Antioxidants

Whilst our body relies on oxygen for its existence, oxygen is nevertheless a highly reactive molecule that can produce chemicals called free radicals. These can cause oxidative damage to the contents of our cells such as DNA and proteins. That's why our bodies have a complex network of antioxidants to neutralize the free radicals before they can cause any damage. The body produces its own antioxidants from nutrients obtained from food, (for example selenium is used to make an antioxidant enzyme), or the nurients can be used directly as antioxidants, such as vitamins C and E.

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