Anti-aging, Free Radicals & Glutathione

For the first time in history, most people can expect to live into their sixties and beyond. Additional years provide much opportunity to pursue lifelong passions and make valuable contributions. This opportunity though is very dependent upon a major factor, your health. When decoding the aging process, it is important to understand the complex relationship between aging, free radicals, and Glutathione.

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At the biological level, aging is the result of an accumulation of a wide array of molecular and cellular damage that occurs over time. Free radicals can be a key contributor to accelerating the aging process.

Free Radicals

Free radicals, otherwise known as unstable molecules, can damage cells in the body. Free radicals are often created from normal metabolic processes and environmental stressors but can be amplified with increased stress, smoke, alcohol, and poor nutrition.


Glutathione, often referred to as “the Mother of All Antioxidants,” is a key component influencing health, well-being, and aging process of the cell. It is a strong free radical scavenger, efficiently scavenging a wide variety of free radicals.

While free radicals and antioxidants are part of the body’s natural and healthy functioning, aging can be accelerated when oxidative stress occurs, in addition to free radicals and antioxidants being out of balance.

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