Reactive Oxygen Species 1

Reactive Oxygen Species

The generation of ROS arises from a whole range of different influences with toxins and synthetic substances dominating, however they can also occur under normal physiological conditions. As a result, modern day organisms are finding it much harder to keep up, not only with the normal demands of cellular function, but with the extra demand these toxins and synthetics represent.

Reactive Oxygen Species 2

Reactive Oxygen Species, Free Radicals and ultimately Oxidative Stress, are all linked to (and in many cases considered as the primary cause of) a multitude of conditions such as degenerative diseases, ailments, developments, growth rates, yield potentials, aging, and affecting virtually all life on earth.

Oxidative stress may cause many issues throughout a body in many different ways, however, it may still be oxidative stress that is the root cause no matter where it manifests in that body first, second or third. Addressing a symptom is different to addressing the root cause. As a body ages and develops more and more noticeable degenerative manifestations, the vast majority of these manifestations may be directly linked to a progressively increased load of oxidative stress and inflammation.

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Toxic influences as well as the metabolic processes that produce oxidative stress in aquatic organisms and mammals are similar. Many common commercial chemicals, such as herbicides and pesticides, can induce the production of reactive oxygen species by several biochemical mechanisms including the impairment of membrane-bound electron transport and the subsequent accumulation of reduced intermediates.

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The pharmaceutical world has been trying for decades to find and develop an antioxidant that will address the need for a body (or system) to control the damaging effects of oxidative stress to address this known, proven and scientifically accepted fundamental of life. Modern scientific technologies and understanding suggests that the answers we seek have been found, and in the vast majority of cases it all comes back to managing the inescapable aspects of OXIDATIVE STRESS & INFLAMMATION.