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"the best daily multivitamin formula with powerful herbal antioxidants for optimum health and   energy"
Ten Leading Causes of Death in the United States (%)
Heart diseases (32)*
Pneumonia & Influenza (4)
Cancers (23)*
Diabetes Mellitus (3)*
Strokes (7)*
AIDS (2)
Lung Diseases (5) 
Suicide (1)
Accidents (4)
Liver Disease (1)
indicates diet-related diseases (65%)
>90% of disease incidence involves free radical damage.
What are Free radicals?
Free radicals are like robbers which are deficient in energy.
Free radicals attack and snatch energy from the other cells to satisfy themselves.
By what mechanisms do free radicals cause damage and disease?
The oxidation of foodstuffs is like a controlled fire which liberates energy but can also let sparks fly, giving rise to potential damage. The sparks in this analogy are free electrons escaping the transport system.
These unpaired electrons readily form free radical molecules which are chemically reactive and highly unstable.
It is these free radical molecules which rapidly react with other molecules, setting off a chain reaction of free radical formation, somewhat similar to an atomic explosion.
This free radical now goes and steals an electron from another molecule that is more willing to give one up and thus it becomes satisfied, but now the victim molecule has become a free radical! This goes on for quite some time. We therefore call this process the chain reaction of free radicals.
The primary site of free radical damage is the DNA found in the mitochondria (the powerhouse of cell)
Hence, this free radical generation process can disrupt all levels of cell function. This is why free radical damage is thought to be such a basic mechanism of tissue injury. It damages us at the cellular level.
What are antioxidants?
Antioxidants are substances that may protect your cells against the effects of free radicals by providing them a free electron.
Antioxidant substances include:
Vitamin A
Vitamin C
Vitamin E
Antioxidants are found in many foods. These include fruits and vegetables, nuts, grains, and some meats, poultry and fish.
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