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What is oxidative stress?

What is oxidative stress?Every time you breathe, your body burns the fuel inside your cells and turns it into energy. In turn, this energy runs your cells to create the millions of chemical reactions required to be alive. This mixing of oxygen and fuel to create energy is known as "oxidation".

This process of oxidation creates dangerous byproducts known as free radicals. Free radicals are extremely dangerous because they’re like bullies that beat up on other cells and steal their vital electrons. They do this because they are missing an electron as a result of oxidative damage. Electrons come in pairs, so free radicals try to stabilize themselves by stealing an electron from another oxygen molecule.

Free radicals can cause extensive damage to the body because once they steal another molecules electrons, it too becomes unstable. So this newly unstable molecule now becomes a free radical and attacks nearby cells to steal electrons. The process continues in a chain reaction and can wreak extensive havoc throughout the body.

What is oxidative stress?In a healthy person who eats a healthy diet, free radicals remain relatively controlled thanks to a constant supply of antioxidants. These antioxidants travel throughout the body, donating electrons where needed. This effort stabilizes free radicals and thwarts eminent free radical attacks to cells.

In addition, antioxidants provide nutrients to help damaged cells repair themselves. When the cells are too damaged to repair, the nutrients trigger a cellular suicide, a natural process known as apoptosis. This keeps the body free of mutated cells that may cause further harm and even lead to cancer.

So when does oxidative stress become a problem?

Much like inflammation, health issues develop when the body becomes overrun by free radicals and can’t keep up with the damage they're inflicting. At this point, the damage is known as oxidative stress.

Your body has more oxidative damage than you may think.

Simply living a modern lifestyle creates more free radicals than the body can control. They come from:

  • Air pollution – from car exhaust, smog and other toxic fumes.
  • Smoking – or inhaling second-hand smoke.
  • Radiation – from the sun, tanning lamps, medical x-rays, high-definition electronics, computer screens, etc.
  • Environmental pollutants – including pesticides, petrochemicals, asbestos, industrial plant emissions, etc.
  • Household chemicals – found in cleaners, pesticides, formaldehyde, personal care products, room deodorizers, etc.
  • Alcohol – any amount of alcoholic beverage creates free radicals.
  • Cured meats – nitrates and nitrites used to preserve packaged or cured meats.
  • Food chemicals – preservatives, artificial colorings and flavorings, processed foods, refined sugar, etc.
  • Medications – pharmaceutical drugs, chemotherapy, radiation therapy, x-rays.
  • Stress – both emotional (worry and stress) and physical (over-exercising or injury).
  • Inflammation – causes oxidized cells to rupture and spread more damage throughout the body.
How oxidative stress causes premature aging and disease

With these constant attacks by free radicals, it’s easy to see how the body gets worn down. To see how oxidative stress breaks down our bodies, cut an apple in half and let it sit on the counter with the cut side exposed. Within minutes, you’ll see oxidation begin to turn the apple brown in some spots. The same thing occurs to the cells of the body when oxidative stress is not controlled. That’s oxidation.

And this explains how we age.

Aging is a slow progression of oxidative stress. The foods we eat, the stress we feel, and the chemicals we expose ourselves to…all speed up this aging process.

What is oxidative stress?

For an idea of how much oxidative stress speeds up aging, take that cut apple and place it out in the sun next to a busy road where the sun beats down on the apple and cars spew their toxic fumes on it all day long.

It won’t take long before the apple shrivels, turns black, and rots down to its core. That’s what’s happening to our bodies when we don't take action against free radical damage. The good news is that nature's design is perfect and does provide the materials needed to combat this damage. If it did not, then mankind wouldn’t have existed this long.

Nature counters this free radical process by providing antioxidants in our fruits and vegetables. Antioxidants (as the name implies) protect against the oxidative damage caused by free radicals.

For extra protection, our bodies also produce two powerful antioxidant enzymes -- catalase and superoxide dismutase (SOD).

These antioxidants act as our body’s first line of defense, gobbling up free radicals before they can bully any of the body's cells.

Your health starts decaying when your body becomes overrun by free radicals and can’t keep up with the destruction they’re causing.

What is oxidative stress?Oxidative stress can lead to inflammation and vice versa.. which can lead to disease and vice versa.. It's a vicious cycle. Whichever part of the body receives the most uncontrolled free radical damage determines what type of disease manifests.

For instance, smoking produces enormous amounts of free radicals in the lungs. That’s why smokers are more likely to get asthma, emphysema, COPD, or lung cancer.

Unfortunately, even healthy people should be aware of the dangers of oxidative stress. It's estimated that free radicals attack your cells every 10 seconds. When you multiply that to the over 37 trillion cells in the human body, that’s…

600 quadrillion attacks (600,000,000,000,000,000) a day terrorizing your body and brain!

And as if all those attacks aren’t enough, we also produce more free radicals as we age. Do you remember our first line of defense--catalase and SOD? We produce less of those as we age.

So due to more free radicals and a weakened defense against them, we’re especially vulnerable as we get older. Unfortunately, eating more fruits and vegetables is no longer good enough. Due to modern farming techniques and over-farming conventionally-grown vegetables and fruits contain less than half the nutrients as those that our grandparents grew. Plus, they're loaded with pesticides and synthetic fertilizers--known sources of free radicals.

We still encourage you to eat as many fruits and vegetables as you can, but you simply can’t eat enough to provide the protection you need – not when your cells endure 600 quadrillion attacks a day.

Especially at risk is the brain, an organ that utilizes large amounts of oxygen and contains trillions of easily-oxidized lipid molecules.

Studies now link oxidative stress to more than 80 degenerative illnesses, including Parkinson’s, multiple sclerosis, depression, diabetes, osteoporosis, liver disease, emphysema and more.

What is oxidative stress?

 

Recently, researchers found oxidative stress is a culprit in:

Alzheimer’s – When inflammation develops in the brain, it generates high levels of free radicals that help create amyloid plaques associated with Alzheimer’s disease. Then the free radicals generate more inflammation, which in turn creates more free radicals and consequently, more plaques. This kills neurons faster and quickens the spread of the disease.

Heart disease – – New studies show that high cholesterol isn’t the top heart disease risk – oxidation and inflammation are. Here’s why:

  • Free radicals oxidize LDL ("bad") cholesterol.
  • Oxidized LDL is very reactive and attacks cells in artery walls.
  • The body responds to these attacks by sending out inflammation.
  • This inflammation triggers a series of reactions leading to formation of atherosclerotic plaque.
  • This starts the free radical/inflammation cycle over again, building up more plaques.
  • Plaques eventually clog arteries, leading to heart attacks, or break off, leading to strokes.

Arthritis – Oxidative stress ages the cartilage faster and increases inflammation, which also spreads cell damage faster. Studies have shown that arthritic joints contain only half the amount of antioxidants as is found in healthy joints.

Cancer – Numerous studies show oxidative stress triggers the DNA of a cell to initiate and progress every stage of cancer:

  • Cancer cell initiation
  • Tumor growth
  • Tumor spread
  • Resistance to chemotherapy

Remember: Your body is naturally designed to repair itself – no matter what life throws your way. In order to do this, however, it requires a supply of nutrients. Provide your body with the nutrients it needs, then it will be able to fight off free radical damage and rebuild healthy cells.

The #1 nutrient for fighting free radical damage & rebuilding healthy cells is the antioxidant enzyme - Superoxide Dismutase (SOD), which is abundantly found in Marine Phytoplankton 5000.

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