Understanding the Antioxidant Network
Free radical is an atom with an unpaired electron. Basically, if your in vision of a little spinning disc with two heights on it, if you take one of the weights off you’re gonna see this non-symmetrical spinning disc and its gonna be lack of side, its gonna be very smooth and erratic.
An antioxidant is an atom that has a paired electrons so it spins nicely. Its balance, its stable in nature.
Iron, free iron like enrich foods that we consume, radiation, sugar, large quantities of sugar really destroy the body, chemicals, pollution, smoking, dust oils. And so in antioxidant what it does is donate, it gives up one of its electrons to make these free radicals stable.
So for example, vitamin C will then donate one of its electrons to Vitamin E. So vitamin C really helps vitamin E stay in there and do its work longer.
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