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Aging occurs at the cellular level in the human body. When cells age it is because of a decreased ability to repair damage and dispose of waste.

This disastrous effect on the cell, a sophisticated hemical and physical machine, is relentless unless something intervenes. Cells wear down, and to counteract this process a whole new field of anti-aging research has developed.

To produce energy, our cells burn fuel and release exhaust, just like an automobile.

Free Radicals

In a process called cellular respiration, our cells burn glucose (a form of sugar) rather than gasoline and produce carbon dioxide, water and free radicals rather than carbon monoxide.

We exhale the carbon dioxide and sweat and urinate the waste water. Free radicals, which are atoms with an unpaired electron, present the greatest problem.

Free Radicals cause damage to all parts of the cell they come into contact with, including the mitochondria, where energy is produced.

The aging process of cells is a downward spiral. Aged cells are worse at disposing of the waste that causes damage and worse at repairing the damage caused by the waste.

Our bodies have a natural mechanism in place to curtail the damage caused by free radicals.

Younger than Your Years

It relies on antioxidants to safely interact with free radicals to stop the chain reaction that results in cellular damage or death.

The principal micronutrient antioxidants of vitamin E, beta-carotene and vitamin C are not produced by the body and must be supplied in the diet.

Most products that are labeled antioxidants are, indeed, that, but they generally do only part of the job. If you take vitamin E or vitamin C, for example, they will scavenge for and find the free radicals inside your body.

They will collect the rogue electron but in doing so, they will have added an extra electron to their own molecular structure which needs to be denoted to prevent it from flying off on its own, creating a new free radical. No wonder then that there is renewed interest in so-called "superfoods" that are rich in antioxidants, in addition to the supplements.

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