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The Science of Fighting Free Radicals

What's Your Source of Antioxidants to Fight Free Radicals?

The Wild Fires Are Overloading Your Body With Free Radicals

Phytonutrients, the organic compounds found in fruits and vegetables, are good for you. Science has been telling us that for years.

That's because they act as antioxidants, and antioxidants help your body fight excess free radicals-the cell damaging substances generated by internal systems in our bodies and caused by many of life's everyday activities: poor diet, lack of sleep, sun and pollution exposure.

But the latest research on the benefits of phytonutrients shows it's not a simple battle.

For over 80 years Nutrilite has been researching plants and how free radicals are attacked by antioxidants from plant nutrients in the diet.  They developed the first all plant multiple vitamin called called Double X containing 20 different plants. Traditionally, free radicals are thought to be attacked directly by antioxidants from plant nutrients in the diet.  While this is a valid approach, Nutrilite is launching the next generation of Double X to capitalize on the latest scientific thinking---that phytonutrients work with your own defense mechanisms in helping your body to fight free radicals.

Here's how it works:

Every cell contains certain proteins that react to the presence of excess free radicals and indicate an out of balance condition.  When triggered by the reaction, these proteins signal the cells to make more antioxidants that attack free radicals, and also make proteins that help repair cell damage.

When the battle is over, balance is restored.  If additional stress produces more free radicals, the cells start this protective process over again.

Science now believes that certain phytonutrients also trigger these signaling proteins, spurring cells into an elevated state of readiness by creating more antioxidants

The new Double X Vitamin/Mineral/Phytonutrient Supplement produced at Nutrilite harnesses this science.  After 20,000 tests on 1,000 plant extracts from botanicals around the world, Nutrilite researchers discovered PhytoProtect, a patented  combination of extracts from Turmeric, Rosemary and Fava d' Anta.

While the antioxidant-rich phytonutrients from each ingredient are beneficial individually, their free-radical fighting power is three to five times greater when combined in a specific ratio.

I find this to be extremely important news for people like me that have a genetic profile that is weak against oxidative stress and a high family incidence of cancer. The fact that research now shows me not only the importance of a plant based healthy diet, but a new plant based supplement that can use those beneficial antioxidant-rich phytonutrients in a combination that makes their free-radical fighting power three to five times greater!

If your looking for ways to lower your risks to all chronic diseases, Double X, backed by all this extensive research, looks to me to be far ahead of any other product in the market place when it comes to free-radical fighting power.

Plus it comes with 100% CUSTOMER SATISFACTION GUARANTEE.  Contact us to place an order, or, go to:     www.amway.com/tomnunes

















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