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Antioxidants are an important group of substances that can be obtained from natural food sources or food supplements. They are substances that can slow down or prevent damage to our cells caused by free radical activity, connected to the visible signs of aging and many other associated dis-eases (inflammation). The better-known antioxidant nutrients are vitamin C, vitamin E, Coenzyme Q10, beta carotene, selenium, manganese and other plant extracts like the well-documented properties of grapeseed extract and turmeric...
We all know we should eat more fruit and veg and increasingly look to fortify our diets with our chosen “Super Food” powders. However, many of these powders vary greatly in their active ingredients, raising the question; “What should we be looking for in our chosen “Super Food” powder?
Since the publication of two papers in the Journal of Biological Chemistry, by husband and wife team, George and Mildred Burr in the early 1900s, highlighting the potential health benefits of Omega 3, our understanding of this fascinating subject has developed precipitously, attracting vast media interest, fuelling an insatiable global demand estimated to be worth a staggering fifty-seven billion by 2025. Despite this huge global demand, there remains much controversy within the media and medical profession, so what do we really know about the role of Omega 3 and its health-promoting properties.