Antioxidants Benefits For
Your Immune System

To fully appreciate the many antioxidants benefits, it is necessary to understand the impact that free radicals have on our bodies.

Free radicals are reactive substances (unstable molecules) that contain oxygen and are formed when molecules split to make unpaired electrons. These single, unpaired electrons then try to pair up by stealing an electron from the nearest stable cell. This can create a chain reaction, resulting in the free radicals causing damage to your cell membranes, accelerate the aging process, and lead to certain aliments.

Unfortunately, due to our poor nutritional foods, environmental toxins, and other factors like stress, our bodies are often fighting a losing battle against the effects and increase of free radicals.

The good news is that a diet rich in antioxidants
helps us win this battle.

One of the most important antioxidants benefits is that they bind to these free radicals and prevent them creating any damage. Another of the benefit of antioxidants is that they keep the cells healthy enabling the immune system to function more effectively. Many diseases are often prevented or recovery time is more likely improved. Antioxidants also help physical injuries to heal faster.

Unfortunately, the antioxidant needs of our bodies are likely to be higher than just consuming normal quantities of fruit and vegetables unless they are organic and grown in mineral rich soils. A high quality antioxidant supplement can make all the difference to your health when combined with a nutritious diet full of natural antioxidants.

There are different antioxidant combinations available as supplements in both synthetic and non-synthetic (natural) formulas. A synthetic antioxidant supplement not only takes a long time to be absorbed by the body, it can cause side-effects. Natural antioxidant combinations, on the other hand, give quick results and do not have side-effects.

You can experience many health benefits by eating super green foods rich in antioxidants, like spirulina or chlorella, along with drinking alkalize water.

To help fight this battle against free radicals, your diet should also be high in green vegetables, carrots, sweet potatoes, and fruits such as strawberries, blueberries, bananas , and mangoes.

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