Not enough antioxidants leads to the accumulation of too many free-radicals which will inhibit cellular and overall metabolism and the integrity of many bodily organs and functions.
The body will become toxic with free-radicals if the body cannot make enough antioxidants, while also not consuming enough antioxidant foods, beverages, and supplements on a regular basis. Deficiency of antioxidants can easily occur by not eating antioxidant foods or with the skipping of meals and fasting.
The Consequences of Antioxidant Deficiency
The accumulation of free-radical toxicity will reduce overall health and fitness.
Lower energy levels and reduced cognition
Lack of sufficient rest and regeneration
Decreased immune system function
Cellular damage (especially brain, lung, and vascular tissues)
Adipose fat storage and weight gain
Antioxidant Guide Navigation
You are currently in: PART 3
Scroll and Click Buttons Below to Navigate Guide
Checked by Team TT → 25 Aug 00:41
Text, Pics, Links Modified/Reviewed