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Chinese Wolfberry Extract Lycium chinense Mill Polysaccharides
Research Proves Wolfberry's Antioxidants To Be
The Body's Best Defense Against Free Radicals
Our bodies are bombarded daily by the damaging effects of free radicals that are created through normal metabolic functions. In fact, Dr. Bruce Ames of the University of California at Berkeley estimates that the DNA of each of our cells is attacked by free radicals over 10,000 times per day. Add to that the pollutants we involuntarily ingest in our food and water, and inhale in the air we breathe, and the scope of the problem begins to become clear.
Uninterrupted, free radicals can wreak havoc with DNA, enzymes, and cells. Many Chronic conditions - including aging - are believed to result from accumulated damage caused by free radicals. Fortunately, antioxidants have proven an effective weapon against them. Antioxidants help neutralize the effects of free radicals, allowing the body to restore itself to the proper balance that leads to health and well-being.
Antioxidants literally help preserve cell integrity by protecting against attacks by free radicals. Most of the ailments associated with aging are a result of free radical damage. Due to their superior quality, some of the medical studies have recommended the use of the Ningxia wolfberries as the best defence against free radicals. As with other plants, the Chinese wolfberry has a number of species or varieties. Of the 80 different species of wolfberries worldwide, the Lycium barbarum from Ningxia has by far the highest levels of immune-stimulating polysaccharides
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