Antioxidants Crash Course: How They Help Your Body

Fitting more antioxidants into your diet is one of the best things you can do for your body. Antioxidants help your body recover from disease and heavy exercise, and they have the physical benefit of slowing down your skin’s aging process. Antioxidants improve your inner and outer health, and they come in a variety of delicious foods and alkaline water.

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For you scientist-types who like to know how things work, imagine that antioxidants are the good guys fighting the bad guys. Who are the bad guys? They’re free radicals, found in a variety of common substances that pollute our bodies:

  • Cigarette smoke
  • Industrial fumes and pollution
  • Exhaust fumes
  • UV rays

As you can imagine, avoiding the bad guys is nearly impossible (especially if you live in a sunny or polluted place), but that’s where antioxidants cut in.  According to research at Penn State, antioxidants neutralize the pollutants from free radicals and literally attack those cells. One of the researchers explains, “Antioxidants stop the chain reaction of free radical formation and benefit our health by boosting our immune system.”

Whether you prefer Batman, Spiderman, or the Incredible Hulk, antioxidants are the superheroes fighting against the evil forces at work within your immune system. Eat more of them by squeezing a few antioxidant-rich fruits and veggies into your daily meals, and start drinking alkaline water from a Tyent water ionizer.

Tyent MMP 9090 turbo extreme water ionizer.

Drinking alkaline water is an easy way to be healthier without trying too hard—and the Tyent UCE 9000 enhances your health from under your counter. Unlike tap or bottled water, alkaline water lends antioxidants to your body with every sip, making sure you have more of the good guys and less of the bad guys at work for your body.


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