Antioxidant Guidebook: Part 3 - Antioxidant Deficiency and Free-Radical Accumulation
by Jason J. Duke - Owner/Artisan
Fresh Content: August 25, 2022 00:25
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
- Reduced work-tolerance
- Lack of sufficient rest and regeneration
- Decreased immune system function
- Cellular damage (especially brain, lung, and vascular tissues)
- Adipose fat storage and weight gain
- Increased aging
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