Antioxidants, a luxury not superfluous

Free radicals are substances formed by the body as part of metabolism and protection from bacteria.

Certain factors, such as extreme exposure to air or sun pollution and cigarette smoke, can cause the body to increase the production of free radicals.

To be able to fight free radicals, the body needs more antioxidants than it can produce, especially during periods of disease or exposure to pollutants. An antioxidant is able to neutralize harmful free radicals. Fortunately, the body has a very effective system for stopping free radicals: the antioxidant system. The body can produce some of these antioxidants itself, but the other part must be provided by food.

Avoid free radicals

You can avoid a surplus of free radicals by paying attention to excess sunlight, tanning booth exposure and radioactivity. Of course, you cannot always take this into account everywhere, especially air pollution is something that we, as people, have little influence on. But you can certainly pay attention to the air in your own surroundings, such as tobacco smoke. Also substances foreign to the body in the diet such as synthetic dyes and heavy metals affect the production of free radicals. And, what do you think of stress? Both physical and psychological tensions can bring a bodily reaction to an increase in free radicals.

The Importance of Healthy Eating

It is good to note that many foods contain the necessary antioxidants but unfortunately we do not always manage to consume enough essential substances. Vitamin E, C and beta-carotene, the plant form of vitamin A, help neutralize free radicals, just as minerals do, such as selenium, copper and zinc. Even bioflavonoids, which are found in aloe vera drinks, contain antioxidant characteristics. They are beneficial for the preservation of a strong vascular wall and a healthy cholesterol level. Bioflavonoids also enhance the effect of vitamin C in the body. In nature, vitamin C always appears in association with bioflavonoids, mainly in citrus fruits.


Le A-Beta-Care (54) en tant que complément alimentaire est une association parfaite qui permettra de retirer le maximum d'avantages offert par les produits Forever. La teneur élevée en vitamine A, E et en sélénium veille en peu de temps à la réduction de nombreux antioxydants. En association avec du gel d'aloe vera, ou d'autres boissons à l'aloe au choix, vous offrez une bonne base avec un complément adéquat. Vous préférez une forme liquide d'antioxydants, Pomesteen Power (262) sera alors idéal grâce à son ajout de pomme, de grenade et de mangoustan ou encore plus pratique: le Forever Aloe2Go (270).


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