antioxidant


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

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Antioxidant plays an important role in preventing oxidative stress, a condition when the body fails to block the harmful effects of free radicals.
Ursini and Morazzoni continued, "As a matter of fact, for a natural antioxidant, the most relevant mechanism to counteract active free radicals in vivo is to prevent their formation.
The researchers analysed the phenolic content and antioxidant activity of seven brands of health tea, two brands of cocoa drink, one brand each of coffee.
Antioxidants come from the foods we eat, mainly from fruits, vegetables, and other plant-sourced foods.
No doubt you've heard of antioxidants. They've been associated with everything from reduced cancer risk to slower aging.
Since aging and age-associated health problems are linked to a gradual decline in the body's endogenous antioxidant system, increasing your intake of exogenous antioxidants from dietary sources as you age is one important way to ensure that you remain sharp and active.
Their scavenging activity on DPPH, reducing power and total phenolic contents were also determined which had shown high antioxidant activity and the order of their antioxidant activity was found same as for lipid peroxidation inhibitory effect.
Toward this end, scientists in Romania wanted to improve the antioxidant capacity and stability of pear juice and its compounds, during 12 days of storage, using natural antioxidants.
As the antioxidant material in serum is a mix of components, total antioxidant capacity is generally used as an indicator of the antioxidant capacity of the body, reflecting the sum of all the antioxidant substances present in the serum [11-13].
Devore noted that about 90 percent of the difference in antioxidant levels in the study was due to the amount of coffee and tea people drank.
A key tip: Don't focus on one miracle antioxidant touted by a cosmetics company.
Polybatch antioxidant concentrates include different carriers and other additives as required.
Starting in week three, the high-antioxidant eaters also took a daily placebo, while the low-antioxidant eaters took either a daily placebo or a tomato extract pill (with 45 milligrams of the antioxidant lycopene).