About Antioxidants

These important nutrients combat the effects of oxidation by free radicals, which can weaken the immune system and cause unnecessary disease. The human body itself utilizes a variety of antioxidants in its defense against harmful elements. Antioxidants are already produced by the body, but can also be extracted from various food products such as fruits, vegetables, and meats.

Featured Reviews for Antioxidants



 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Ginkgo Biloba 60 mg


I started using Ginkgo Biloba just a couple of years ago. I had found myself not being able to recall information that would of been "right there" in the past. Now it isn't nearly as bad. Ginkgo Biloba has also helped with my cold hands and feet. As I have aged, my circulation isn't what it used to be and I firmly believe Ginkgo Biloba has helped in this regard. Read More...
 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Garlic 550 mg


My husband and I just had our first child last year. You look at life in a whole new light when there is a baby in the picture , so we have really been trying to eat better, exercise more and in general just live healthier lives. One of the first things my husband did was talk to his doctor about his cholesterol, and our doctor told him that taking a garlic supplement could help. Read More...
 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Green Tea 450 mg


Green tea extract promotes relaxation. There is research that supports this idea; says that green tea extract will enhance alpha brain waves, which support a feeling of calm and alertness. I have felt good taking this product; calmer and energized at once. It does not cure all anxiety or fatigue, but a good start. Read More...