Aloe Vera and Benefits of Antioxidants
Aloe Vera and Benefits of its Inner Gel’s Antioxidant Properties
Why I recommend daily use of Aloe Vera and benefits available to you and your family through its powerful antioxidant properties
The Aloe Vera gel has powerful antioxidant properties. When consumed daily the antioxidant properties of the Aloe Vera gel can have a huge impact on the effects of aging in an individual as well as on a person’s overall well-being.
Many of today’s most common diseases have been associated with a deficiency of antioxidants and the action of ‘free radicals’.
Did you know that your antioxidant level is capable of determining your biological age and your expected lifespan? That’s how important your antioxidant level is!
Did you also know that you’ve just breathed in one million free radicals? And another million and another million…?
Amazing but true!
Each time you inhale, one million free radicals are introduced into your system.
Note: A Free Radical is simply a substance that has an uneven number of electrons.
The most important structural feature of an atom for determining its chemical behavior is the number of electrons it has orbiting around it.
Substances that have an even number of electrons tend not to react chemically.
However a free radical because of the uneven number of electrons it contains, will frantically attempt to gain the electron it needs to bring it back to even stability.
Generally, free radicals attack the nearest stable molecule, ’stealing’ its electron. When the ‘attacked’ molecule loses its electron it in turn becomes a free radical, beginning a chain reaction.
Once the process is started, it can have a domino effect, ultimately resulting in damage to important cellular components such as DNA or the cell membrane. Cells may function poorly or die if this occurs.
Free radical damage comes from exposure to pollution, toxins, sunlight, smoking, fried foods, exhaust fumes, stress as well as by natural biological and body processes.
Antioxidants on the other hand are molecules which can safely interact with free radicals and, by ‘donating’ one of their own electrons, terminate the chain reaction initiated by free radicals before vital molecules are damaged.
The human body has a defense system of antioxidants to prevent or minimize free radical damage but if antioxidants are unavailable, or if the production of free radicals exceeds the capability of available antioxidants, damage can occur. This danger increases with age.
Aloe Vera gel is unquestionably one of the most powerful and naturally occurring antioxidants available today.
It contains a cocktail of antioxidant vitamins that disarm these harmful free radicals and assist you in achieving optimum health.
Vitamins Vitamin A (Beta-Carotene), B, C and E – which are just a few of the components of Aloe Vera – are examples of these antioxidant vitamins.
Antioxidants supplied by the human body include Glutathione, Alpha-lipoic acid and coenzyme Q10.
Over time the balance between your intake of antioxidants and free radicals could easily mean the difference between a long, healthy life and early, premature death.
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You can also read compelling research findings that confirm the power of Aloe Vera and benefits of its inner gel in treating cancer and a host of other ailments and diseases. Read on for more information on the power of Aloe Vera and benefits of its inner gel in treating cancer… Aloe Vera and cancer.