Antioxidant Protection

Oxidation in our body is the main cause of many forms of cancer, heart disease,
atherosclerosis, adult-onset diabetes, cataracts, lung – and liver disorders and
degenerative diseases of the brain and can be prevented and even reversed,
by the proper use of the right antioxidants.

These are:
Nutrient Daily Amount
N-Acetyl cysteine 50 – 350 mg
L-Glutathione 100 – 200 mg
Vitamin-A 5.000 – 10.000 IU
Beta Carotene 4.5 mg
Vitamin-C as:
ascorbic acid 2.000 – 10.000 mg
calcium ascurbate 1.000 – 1.500 mg
magnesium ascurbate 250 – 500 mg
ascorbyl palmitate 250 – 500 mg
Vitamin-E as:
tocopherol complex 500 – 660 mg
d-alpha tocopheryl succinate 400 – 1200 IU
zinc picolinate 10 – 60 mg
Selinium as:
selenomethionine 200 – 400 mcg
sodium selenite 100 – 200 mcg
Co – Enzyme Q10 60 – 100 mg

The major antioxidants and their co-factors listed here are used in laboratories
to successfully inhibit a wide variety of diseases and improved the vitality of people
already in excellent health.

Coenzyne Q10 is used successfully to treat various oxidation conditions and is
prescribed in Japan against heart disease.
L-glutathione is the only anti-oxidant you can use as an oral supplement.
Our body makes L-glutathione, but when we age, it is not enough to inhibit
particular types of oxidation.

The figures for daily amounts are averages, extracted from more than 500
successful studies, guided by the antioxidant use of athletes, which is effective
and without toxic.

Long term use of antioxidant supplements is still an experiment and the safety
of amounts shown here has not been confirmed. We would recommend to use
not more than the lower figures for average people.

According to the Journal of the American Medical Association, cancer is still on
the rise. Dr Deva Davis and her colleagues confirmed that cancer increase is
presumably the result from exposure to carcinogens in our environment,
including pesticides, herbicides, chemical solvents, smoking and industrial
and auto emissions.

Smoking is the worst out of those mentioned. The damage is done mainly
by oxidation and in combination with other air pollutants, it is the cause of
33% of all cancers. Overweight follows as the next big cancer risk with 24%.

The American Cancer Society began a massive study in 1959, involving
more than one million people in 25 American States, which ended in 1980.
The results showed that people who are 40% or more overweight have
higher rates of a wide variety of cancers.

Many of these cancers are caused by lipid oxidation, that means excess
fat molecules in your body go rancid and initiate cell damage, that develops
into cancer.

For the average person, pesticides seems a bigger cancer threat than overweight.
Cancer risk from too much body fat is much higher than all the pesticides together.