Free Radicals

What is the main enemy of our cell that cause long term problems

Free radical:

As the body uses oxygen to create energy, by-products from this activity cause oxidative damage to the cells of the body (just like the oxygen makes iron to rust). A free radical is an oxygen molecule that has at least one unpaired electron in its outer orbit. When it is unbalanced (lacking paired electron) it literally go mad and tries to steal an electron from neighbouring cells…

Where do we get these free radicals from?

Free radicals come from:

Free radical damage is associated with an increased risk of many chronic diseases

Also there are many things that increase the number of free radicals you produce. Which are:

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