Oxidative Stress May Be a Leading Cause of Disease and Early Aging

06 Sep

Orlando, FL — September 06, 2016 -  Today, more and more people are suffering from a range of medical conditions. There are many factors that contribute to the development of ailments, diseases, and disorders, and one is oxidative stress.

Oxidative stress may be a leading cause of disease and early aging. Otherwise known as OS, oxidative stress takes place when the body lacks sufficient antioxidants to fight or neutralize free radicals.

Free radicals are not just damaging to cells but they may also encourage the production of abnormal cells. Free radicals are inevitable and they are even necessary for some body processes. However, there is a need to neutralize them to fight oxidative stress.

Dr. Leonard Smith, a renowned gastrointestinal, vascular, and general surgeon as well as an expert in the use of nutrition and natural supplementation explains the idea behind the redox state of the cell. This state is characterized by a dynamic balance between the number of antioxidants and free radicals in the body.

When the body has high levels of free radicals, it may lead to tissue damage and cellular mutation, which are linked with heart disease, cancer, premature aging, and Alzheimer’s disease.

Dr. Smith is also a renowned gastrointestinal, vascular, and general surgeon. He is also an expert of nutrition as well as natural supplementation. Dr. Smith has been investigating chelation, exercise, nutrition, stress management, and other holistic programs.

Reducing oxidative stress necessitates fighting free radicals. One of the best ways to do this is to avoid substances and processes that contribute to oxidative stress, such as hydrogenated fats, dehydration, cigarette smoke, and pollution.  While the body produces free radicals on a daily basis, people should have the mindset to stop free radical damage from things that can lead to premature aging and disease.

Consuming natural antioxidants is a potentially beneficial way to fight free radical damage. It may also help improve overall health and immunity. There are a wide range of food and beverages that contain antioxidants.

According to Dr. Smith, having a healthy diet and lifestyle may encourage the genes to naturally produce intracellular antioxidant enzymes such as superoxide dismutase and catalase. These enzymes are believed to be vital in maintaining a healthy redox state.

Resveratrol is one of the natural potential antioxidants that many people use nowadays and it may be consumed through supplementation.

Many consumers prefer to use resveratrol supplements that contain various potentially therapeutic properties. Some of these supplements contain Acai fruit, red wine, green tea, and grape seed extracts.
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