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Oxygen Elements Plus - A Winner in the Free Radical War
Contrary to common media misunderstanding singlet oxygen "is a strong oxidising agent...which stimulates the generation of antioxidants."
Source: Ozone Auto-Haemotherapy in Lower Limb Ulcerations - H. van der Zee and A. De Monte AZR, Erasmus University, Rotterdam, Netherlands. P.A.S.S. Udine, Italy.
The following material is taken from the manufacturers web site:-
If you haven't learned about antioxidants, a little information could benefit your health. Free radicals may be slowly killing you. Ignore the benefits of antioxidants, and you contribute to the aging process. If you don't learn about the value of antioxidants, your ignorance could make your own worst enemy.
Antioxidants, without question, are some of your body's best friends. They are your effective weapons in the war against dangerous pollution, smoke, stress, environmental toxins and some illnesses. Antioxidants neutralize free radicals, which accelerate the aging process and leave bodies vulnerable to a wide variety of disorders and disease. Free radicals age us because they steal electrons from healthy cells, causing the cells' premature death. Antioxidants counteract free radical damage, and prevent cell destruction.
According to the manufacurers, Oxygen Elements Plus is an extremely efficient and effective free radical scavenger.
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NADH – The Unique Energy and Immune Nutrient
NADH is one of those natural products I have regarded as ‘special’ ever since I saw it produce remarkable effects for my father in his later years. It has a valid and rightful place in all of the following categories of the web site… Adrenal Support Anti-Ageing Antioxidants Energy Boosters General Health Heart Health Immune Health […]
The kids are all right? Why probiotics are a great idea for children
The popularity of probiotics seems to grow by the day. And for good reason. In being the ‘good bacteria’ required by the body to balance the ‘bad bacteria’ in the gut, they can do each and every one of us a great deal of good. But, for all that, many people only look on probiotics […]
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Stay balanced: the importance of maintaining a healthy blood sugar level
It’s pretty much taken as given nowadays that high blood sugar levels are bad for you, but why actually is this? After all, scientifically speaking, our bodies need sugar, don’t they? Well, yes; in so much as they need the simple carbohydrate-based blood sugar that’s glucose (derived from the food we eat) that circulates our […]
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A gateway to winter illness: treating and preventing a sore throat
It’s something that automatically causes dread in people this time of year – a tickle in or at the back of the throat. The reason? Because, in so many cases, it tends to indicate an oncoming sore throat. Granted, on its own a sore throat’s usually a minor complaint, but too often it’s also a […]
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Back down to earth with a bump: the January detox and what alcohol does to the gut and liver
If anything defines the seasonal period then it might be said to be indulgence. All that rich food, piled up on plate after plate and meal after meal. And, of course, all that alcohol too. Alcoholic consumption spikes at this time of year and, although there’s nothing wrong with having a good time and unwinding […]
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|Tuesday 30th December 2003|