Our Internal “Rust Inhibitor”

The whole world is talking about sustainability, but what about our body’s own recycling of valuable vitamins and minerals? After all, they are essential for supporting our immune systems and fighting harmful free radicals. Read on to learn more about the world of antioxidants and why active hydrogen is the secret star of these eager helpers.

Free Radicals: Friend or Foe of Antioxidants?

When you search for antioxidants on the web, another term automatically pops up: the so-called free radicals.It almost seems as if antioxidants and free radicals are symbiotically linked, and this impression is not deceptive, because from a biochemical point of view, the topic is strongly interconnected.But let’s take it one step at a time! First, it is important to know what free radicals actually are.

The word suggests it, because they are extremely aggressive oxygen-containing molecules that like to attack our cells and can render them inoperable. Unfortunately, because free radicals lack an electron in their chemical structure, they are also extremely unstable. Their goal? The aggressive search for a suitable electron in order to become complete again. And what target could be more tempting than an intact molecule, such as a DNA protein or a cell membrane? This ruthlessness is not only very fast, but also without consideration of losses, so that the stolen and so far intact molecule itself becomes a free radical… after all, it is now missing an electron. The result is a dangerous chain reaction that can cause immense damage to our body.

Reducing (Oxidative) Stress

When such electron theft – also called oxidation – accumulates, oxidative stress inevitably develops in our body. The word itself suggests it: Our bodies are under attack, and it can lead to many health problems. In addition to gray, pale skin, weak veins and joint problems, impaired vision or high blood pressure can also be signs of too many free radicals in the body. Antioxidants can help prevent this from happening in the first place.

Not for nothing are they called radical scavengers, because these intelligent helpers can stop the nasty chain reactions of free radicals extremely effectively! After so much concentrated biochemical knowledge, the question now is where to find antioxidants and how free radicals are formed.

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All Antioxidants, or What?

You should know about these powerful antioxidants: Astaxanthin, Glutathione, Allicin, Sulforaphane, Phenolic Acids, Lycopene, Carotenoids, Beta Carotenoids, Lutein, Zeaxanthin, Flavonoids, Anthocyanins, OPC, Vitamin E and Vitamin C, plus Selenium, Iron, Zinc paired with enzymes.

Antioxidants – Essential Protection for Our Cells

Antioxidants are naturally found in fruits and vegetables. Vitamins C, E and B2, as well as zinc, beta-carotene and selenium, are probably the best known antioxidants. And free radicals? These are caused by highly reactive oxygen compounds such as too much stress, nicotine, environmental toxins, UV radiation, drugs and poor nutrition. Of course, one could argue that free radicals are not a recent phenomenon, but have been with humans and animals for thousands of years. So why is this topic so important to us? Well, unlike our ancestors, our modern lifestyle unfortunately contributes to increased oxidative stress. Constantly being on call, high levels of pollution, a variety of medications, little exercise, an unbalanced diet coupled with too few nutrients in our food, unfortunately favor a carefree action of free radicals.

The Ultimate Antioxidant? Active Hydrogen!

A balanced diet with many valuable antioxidants in the form of vitamins, minerals, enzymes, trace elements and phytonutrients is certainly a powerful and important ally in the fight against oxidative stress. But there is another powerful radical scavenger: active hydrogen!

In fact, it is the secret “boss” of the antioxidants because, unlike the other helpers, it has a very special property: It has an extra electron for neutralizing radicals. This means that it can give up its extra electron to the eager radicals in a completely relaxed manner, thus remaining intact and, thanks to its clever molecular structure, not becoming a free radical itself. Sounds great, doesn’t it? Unfortunately, active hydrogen also has a small drawback: it’s extremely volatile and reactive, so it’s often not available to us in sufficient quantities – even in fresh fruits, vegetables or fresh spring water. But don’t worry… we have a solution for you!

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