What are Free Radicals?

Free Radicals

A free radical is a chemically unstable molecule in a cell that has an unpaired electron, rendering it highly reactive.  In your body, free radicals are typically unstable oxygen molecules capable of stealing an electron from a neighboring stable molecule, a process called oxidation, or “cellular rust.”

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Free radicals are atoms in our body that attack our DNA and cells, causing them to function poorly due to the oxidative stress they produce.  They form in our body as a result of many factors, including exposure to pollution, chemicals, radiation, poor diet, sedentary lifestyle, and even the natural aging process.

Free radical damage has been linked to many health issues, and many scientists believe free radicals to be the primary cause of human aging.

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To prevent free radical damage, the body has a built-in system of defense, called antioxidants.  Antioxidants can stabilize free radicals before they alter the components of a cell.  Unfortunately, our body doesn’t possess enough antioxidants naturally to counteract all the free radicals that are produced by life in the modern world, and supplementation is required to maintain optimal health and immune function.

However, not all antioxidants are created equal.  Multimmunity’s patented formulation is based on ground breaking antioxidant science, such as Total Cell Protection and Ingredient Sensitive Dosing, to provide the most effective antioxidant formulation available today.


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