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Free radicals are elements that have an unequal or imbalance in their electrons and seek to become balanced or neutral. The take other electrons from molecules in order to neutralise and stabilise themselves, a process called oxidation. However this leads to a cascade of chemical reactions as each tries to stabilise itself, often damaging bodily tissue in the process.
Antioxidants are molecules that 'donate' spare electrons and stop the chain reaction before too much damage is done to the body. Free radical damage is the leading theory of aging and age related diseases and is the main idea behind the 'French Paradox'.
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|Directions||<h4>Dose:</h4> <p><strong>Adults:</strong> take 1 capsule a day (with food), or as professionally prescribed.</p> <h4>Recommendations And Precautions:</h4> <p>Stop taking 1 week prior to major surgery.</p> <p>Safety has not been scientifically established in pregnancy.</p> <p>Caution should be used with aspirin and other blood thinning medication.</p> <p>Consult your Health Care Professional if you are on prescription medication or are in doubt.</p>|
|Health Concern||Aging Well|
|Ingredients||<h4>Each Tablet Contains:</h4> <li>Extract from 19gm (19000mg) of Grape Seed (<em>Vitis vinifera</em>), standardised to contain 150mg of Procyanidins (OPCs).</li>|
|Made in New Zealand||No|
|Servings per Pack||120|