What are Free Radicals and Antioxidants?
Research informs us that that too many “free Radicals” can react with and damage cells throughout the body and could lead to chromic illnesses, including heart disease. We sell trusted brands including VRP and Lamberts, often recommended by practitioners. By including the more popular known antioxidants in your diet it will help neutralize the “bad” effects of free radicals. The most popular known supplements in this category include Vitamin E, Vitamin C and Lipoic Acid.
QuatreActiv® Folate Plus with Enhanced Antioxidant Support is a combination of patented Quatrefolic®, the glucosamine salt of 5-methyltetrahydrofolate (5-MTHF), with vitamin C, RNA, and resveratrol, for antioxidant support. Developed by Martin Pall, Ph.D. and Allergy Research Group®.
Some customers have noted that the multiple vitamin-mineral formulas have a strong odor. This is particularly noticeable to patients who have been taking the multiples long-term. The change in odor is due to the fact that we have (over the past year) changed from selenium picolinate to selenomethionine. While we believe selenomethionine is a superior form of selenium, it does have a bit of a sulfur smell, which is normal and does not reflect a problem with the product.
A multi-vitamin-mineral supplement for individuals needing extra antioxidant support
A formulation providing a source of selenium and other nutrients, prepared solely from pure, high-mineral kelp. Contains traces of selenium, potassium, iron, phosphorus, magnesium, calcium, copper, silicon, zinc, manganese, vanadium, cobalt and boron, provided by the kelp.
High Antioxidant Green Tea contains antioxidant catechins which may protect against premature ageing. It contains eight catechins in all, and especially high levels of EGCG (epigallocatechin gallate), the most important green tea antioxidant.
Sustained-release glutathione for essential antioxidant support
Formulated by Stephen A. Levine, Ph.D., this product set the industry standard for antioxidant formulations. It combines key antioxidant nutrients with the minerals necessary for the key antioxidant enzymes, as well as the B vitamins that act as cofactors. Original AntiOx may have a strong odor due to the sulfur amino acid L-cysteine.