438 content results for "antioxidants vitamins"
JULY 2015 Unclaimed Antioxidants: How Superfoods and their Nutrients Heal Us By Dr. Millie Lytle ND, MPH, CNS Antioxidants are natural or synthetic substances that may delay, prevent or heal cellular damage by reducing agents that harm cellMore info...
July 29, 2015
The Value of Lutein Supplements Lutein, a nutrient and antioxidant found in foods such as spinach, kale, collard greens, and egg yolks and extracted from marigolds to make dietary supplements, has been studied as a critical component for maintainiMore info...
October 1, 2015
What is Green Tea? Green tea comes from the same plant as black tea, but does not undergo the fermentation process needed to make black tea. Green Tea is very high in antiMore info...
October 4, 2011
Resveratrol may protect people with Alzheimer’s disease Resveratrol, already the focus of a number of studies on brain health, may be an effective way to help slow the progression of Alzheimer’s disease. In previous studies from the University ofMore info...
September 14, 2015
July 27, 2011
SUMMER 2015 CATALOG Extramel SOD: A Superhero Among Antioxidants By Nicole Crane, B.S., NTP I found a small pipe lying on the ground in my backyard. It was old, discolored and brittle. Years of rain, sun and exposure caused it to rust. ThatMore info...
July 15, 2015
Immune Health by: Jerry Hickey, R.Ph. Follow on Google+The purpose of the immune system is to keep infectious microbes such as dangerous bacteria, viruses, parasites and yeasts, out of the body, and to destroy any infectious microorganisms that do iMore info...
September 19, 2011
Move Over Fish Oil! There's a New Omega 3 in Town, and Its Name is Krill By Nicole Crane, B.S., NTP For years, heath experts have been touting the benefits of fats from fish, and rightfully so. Fish and other seafood are considered the best sourMore info...
September 25, 2015
In normal metabolism the use of oxygen generates free radicals. Free radicals can cause local inflammation and tissue destruction. The kidneys and blood vessels are saturated with oxygen-metabolism generated free radicals. If there is not a suffMore info...
September 10, 2004
Long-term Vitamin C intake and also a combination of antioxidants lower the risk of nuclear cataract, the most common kind, in older people: results of the Blue Mountains Eye Study.
Researchers at the Department of Ophthalmology, Centre for Vision Research, at the University of Sydney in Australia note that oxidative stress (we take antioxidants to prevent this) is implicated in the formation of cataracts and that longMore info...
November 30, 2009