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Antioxidants

Antioxidants

Harmful particles called free radicals assault our bodies daily and can build up when we're exposed to ultraviolet radiation, drink alcohol or even work out hard. Antioxidant nutrients help to spare us the effects of these damaging particles, warding off cellular damage that can age the body prematurely and damage skin, organs and other tissues. Many vitamins, minerals and plant-derived phytonutrients act as antioxidants, giving you a multitude of options from which to choose.

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Ever wonder what causes the body to age? Scientists have discovered that oxidation caused by harmful free radical particles is one of the driving forces behind aging. Everything from working out to exposing skin to the sun makes you vulnerable to free radicals, and over time, the oxidation done by these particles results in things like skin wrinkles and diminished vision that we associate with age.


Antioxidants are the body's natural defense against free radicals. These vitamins, minerals and plant-based phytonutrients can stop free radicals from forming or break them apart before they can cause oxidation to occur. Studies have shown that increasing one's intake of antioxidants by taking dietary supplements can reduce the rate at which cells are damaged. While antioxidant supplements can't stop the aging process, they can promote healthy aging and provide extra protection for your body.


Sportsfuel stocks a wide range of antioxidant supplements from products that contain isolated nutrients like selenium, lycopene and vitamin E to fruit and herb extracts that are rich in antioxidants like mangosteen, grape seed and pomegranate.


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