Articles: antioxidants

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  1. Acai Berries - Small Seed, Large Quantities of Antioxidants

    by Donna Jennings

    The author has a delightfully contrarian style, clearly singing the praises of the acai berry, with its impressive statistics to do with antioxidant properties, amino acids, protei...

  2. Antioxidants, Super Nutrients: Why they are Good for Your Health and Where to Find Them in Your Diet

    by Roy Stevenson

    Oxygen: We need oxygen to survive, but it also contributes to human ageing and illness. Metabolizing oxygen produces free radicals through oxidation (when molecules lose an electro...

  3. Bio-Hacking the Ageing Code: Nutrigenomics - Protandim; Ancient Medicine Truly Meets Modern Science

    by Clare G Harvey

    When a colleague mentioned to me the possibility of Bio-hacking the ageing code and a new area of research called nutrigenomics, my interest was really peeked!

  4. Fighting Free Radicals: The Role of Bark Extractives

    by Kelvin Duncan, Ph.D.

    The rapidly growing volume of evidence in the scientific literature about the nature and role of free radicals has lead to an increasing awareness of their importance in health and...

  5. Grape Seed Extract Potent Antioxidant

    by Max Costello

    Much of science started in nature. Would you be surprised if your doctor prescribed 12 grams of dried grape seed three times daily? Would it be more understandable if he said 100mg...

  6. Health Benefits of Coffee Beyond a Temporary Jolt

    by Andreanne Hamel

    The author is an avid espresso drinker and is very interested in the physical consequences of ingesting coffee. She cites published research showing that coffee beans contain prope...

  7. Molecular Hydrogen H2

    by Dr Jan Beute

    Health care ought to be cheap and every person should have an easy access of information to sustain their wellbeing. Traditional Western medicine dropped us and the sooner we realiz...

  8. Pycnogenol - Nature's Most Powerful Antioxidant

    by Ann Crowther

    This column discusses free radicals and the super antioxidant Pycnogenol, a natural extract from the bark of French maritime pine trees, which is scientifically proven to have a pr...

  9. Resolving Colds to Advanced COVID with Methylene Blue

    by Thomas E Levy

    Linus Pauling first coined the word "orthomolecular" in an article he wrote in the journal Science in 1968. Quite simply, ortho means correct or right, and molecular refers to the s...

  10. The Real Health Risk Is NOT Taking Antioxidants

    by David Ash and Dr Liesbeth Ash

    People who say they don't need supplements because they are affluent and on a 'good diet' do not appreciate why they need antioxidants. Antioxidants scavenge free radicals. A major...

  11. Turmeric - Potent Antioxidant, Anti-inflammatory, Anti-microbial and Anticancer Spice

    by Dorota Zabicka

    Turmeric - Curcuma longa is a perennial plant of the ginger family, Zingiberaceae, native to the Indian Subcontinent. It grows wild in South and Southeast Asia. The plant is cultiva...

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