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What Do Antioxidants Do?

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WHAT DO ANTIOXIDANTS DO
The effects of aging—from wrinkles to damaged organs and slower healing—are accelerated by free radicals. Help fight free radicals from head to toe with broad spectrum antioxidant power. ANTIOXIDANTS provide full body protection from free radicals.
Free radical damage affects every cell in the body, and can be caused by a number of factors.
Air Pollution: Free radicals can increase in your body when you inhale ozone, car exhaust, and other pollutants.
Full Body Protection:
Antioxidants help neutralize the effects of free radicals. Your body makes some antioxidants, but not enough to protect against excessive free radicals.
Healthy Organs:
Protects your vital tissues and organs
Healthy Skin:
Reduces wrinkle formation and decreases skin sensitivity to UV radiation. Your skin is your largest organ. Every day, it’s attacked by air pollution, the sun, and other pollutants. Antioxidants protects your skin, reduces wrinkle formation, and minimizes other external signs
of free radical damage.
Did you know where most Americans get their Antioxidants? Coffee. Yes, coffee. Your morning cup of Joe. Is it enough?
Coffee, fruits and vegetables, and a good broad spectrum antioxidant supplement is our recommendation for healthy living from the inside out.