What Supplement Can Help me?
It can be confusing with all the hype about this or that supplement will do this or that, so I want to clear the air about what really can help your problem. So what is your problem? I will cover this as a generality before getting into specifics. Let’s assume it is oxidative stress.
What Goes Wrong Inside of Us—Oxidative Stress
When experts try to explain, they know so much that they can’t seem to explain it in simple terms that we ordinary people can all understand. So here is what happens inside our bodies when we start feeling bad. One thing that can happen is “Oxidative Stress.” Oxidation is rust, you see it in an old car lying in a field, or a discarded apple that is turning brown. This happens inside your body to vital organs when this occurs. Imagine you are a little cell happily doing your job of hauling loads of protein to needed parts of the body, and then you are hit by something, physical or emotional, that knocks a needed electron out of an atom and that creates an imbalance. You go careening about like a drunk, unable to maintain any stable position, causing damage. But along comes the antioxidant truck and gives it an electron putting it back in shape. All is well. That is nature’s answer in its day-to-day life. But sometimes our body doesn’t have enough resources to supply the antioxidants needed.
Before explaining where you can find these needed antioxidants, let’s see how free radicals are created. “Free radicals are derived either from normal essential metabolic processes in the human body or from external sources such as exposure to xrays, ozone, cigarette smoking, air pollutants, and industrial chemicals.” (“National Library of Medicine -National Center for Biotechnology Information)
Antioxidants are found in many foods, herbs, and spices, and in available supplements that may be added in the event your naturally available sources run low. Oxidative stress has been linked to cancer, heart disease, diabetes, rheumatoid arthritis, and a host of other health problems. Consuming natural foods and supplements rich in antioxidants can prevent heart disease and other issues. Citrus fruits, berries, and bell peppers are rich in antioxidants, as well as many herbs and greens. A few common antioxidant supplements are:
- Gojo berry
- Vitamin c
The best option is to find a complete antioxidant supplement. There are a number of supplement blends that feature a combination of vitamins, minerals, phytonutrients, and extracts. Check with Custom Nutra and you will precisely find the supplement or supplement combination that will fit your needs.
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