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substance that inhibits oxidation or inhibits reactions promoted by oxygen or peroxides

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The genetically modified tomatoes have "industrial" quantities of disease-fighting anti-oxidant plant chemicals and could soon be on the menu.
Importantly, it was also demonstrated that these effects were reverted with simultaneous application of strong anti-oxidants such as glutathione and M-acetyl cysteine.
2 THEY are very rich in the anti-oxidant, melatonin.
But we do not have an anti-oxidant of the type that Professor Skulachev has developed," the Daily Mail quoted Blobel from Rockefeller University as saying.
In this research, commercially available anti-oxidants will be employed to examine the inhibitory effects of methionine oxidation upon the stability of staphylococcal nuclease, a well-characterized model protein.
Alberto Balsam, the 35-year-old hair care brand, has two new fruit shampoos and conditioners, pepped up with anti-oxidants.
We are helping a variety of clients to formulate products using a wide range of natural products that are high in anti-oxidants.
Designed to protect your skin and maintain a healthy well-being, just one dropper-full in a bottle of water or food aims to integrate powerful anti-oxidants into your diet to help slow visible signs of ageing from the inside out.
Free radicals (oxidants) can significantly damage the cells of the body, suggesting that anti-oxidants can play a major role in the prevention and treatment of disease.
If there's a future for some towns, coming up with a nutraceutical company producing dried blueberries for anti-oxidants and putting them into the market is where the future is.
Anti-oxidant support - Anti-oxidants guard against free radical damage.
Two natural anti-oxidants, Bio-Quinone Q10 and Bio-Antioxidant, combat injuries brought on by breathing problems.
Its anti-oxidants may prevent arteries narrowing and hardening, according to the team from Switzerland.
More importantly, so many people drink so much coffee that studies can pick up any links with disease (whether or not anti-oxidants are responsible).
People who take the dietary supplement L-arginine and anti-oxidants such as vitamins C and E may reduce their risk of heart disease, according to a study by researchers from UCLA, University of Naples and the Mayo Clinic.