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The content on this website is for your general information purposes only and should not be taken as advice or being true, accurate or complete. If you think you are suffering from any medical condition, immediately consult with your doctor or other healthcare professional. The purpose of the information found here is to point you to clinical studies and research that will help you in your quest for a greater understanding of your health concerns.


Our choice of which research studies to include here is not a complete exploration of what is available but each study brings into focus the subjects of Oxidative Stress, free radical damage, and anti-oxidant defense.



Oxidative stress plays a major part in the development of chronic and degenerative illness such as cancer, autoimmune disorders, aging, cataract, rheumatoid arthritis, cardiovascular and neurodegenerative diseases. The human body has several mechanisms to counteract oxidative stress by producing antioxidants, which are either naturally produced or externally supplied through foods and/or supplements. The information here highlights the potential role of antioxidants (carbon 60) in preventing and repairing damage caused by oxidative stress.

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