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Antioxidants Your Defense Line Against Free Radicals

Aging Skin Anti-aging Antioxidants Free Radicals

In order for the skin to function properly, there must be a balance between free radicals and antioxidants.   The steps you  take to reduce or decrease their rate of production can slow down aging and have a positive impact on one’s life span.

Free radicals have a negative effect on  skin cells.  They can harm the skin cell’s proteins, lipids and DNA, thereby increasing the risk of diseases.  The damage done to the body  by free radicals accumulates as we age.  

Your skin’s health is affected by  internal nutrients as well as topical applications of
Superfoodsantioxidants ingredients when they are applied in concentrated percentages.  The nutrients you feed your body internally feeds the dermis, the lower layer of skin which eventually becomes the epidermis, the outer layer of skin.    Research has shown damage done by free radials can be controlled  with a diet containing the correct nutrients.

You can make  visible changes to the skin with a good antioxidant defense line

Line BackersFirst Line Of Defense  Preventive Antioxidants

  • Glutathione peroxidase  

Food Source: Avocado, Asparagus, Broccoli, Garlic, Spinach, Tomatoes, Turmeric  

  • Glutathione-s-transferase

Food Source:  Raw foods, fruits, vegetables, proteins

Rhonda Allison Topical Serums: 

Line BackersLine BackersScavenger Antioxidants

  • Vitamin C,  and Vitamin E

Food Source:  Fruits

Rhonda Allison Topical Serums

Defensive BacksDefensive BacksRepair Antioxidants

  •  Proteolytic enzymes, Proteinases, Proteases, and Peptidases

Food Sources:  Pineapple and Papaya

Rhonda Allison Topical Serums

Sun Damage Correction Kit

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