Environment Advocate Series

A steady deficit Our environment can be a dangerous place. Toxins, chemicals, pollutants, and many other harmful substances contribute to the formation of free radical species within our bodies. Free radicals are a byproduct of oxidation, which is an essential life process. This oxidation process is managed through a delicate balance of antioxidant defense systems comprised of water-soluble molecules (vitamin C and glutathione), fat-soluble molecules (vitamin E, lipoic acid, carotenoids, and coenzyme Q10), and enzyme molecules (superoxide dismutase, catalase, and Glutathione peroxidase). When any of these essential defenses are out of balance, so are our bodies. Product of Our Environment

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