Turn to Antioxidants for Anti-Aging Benefits

Each day healthy cells inside the body die off and rejuvenate. However, the important rejuvenation process can be mired by damaging free radicals brought on stress, poor diet, alcohol and cigarette smoke, as well as exposure to sunlight.

Free radicals can hinder healthy cell renewal, causing oxidation that may lead to premature aging and degenerative diseases. Anti-aging vitamins contain antioxidants to help protect against radical attack and preserve the body’s ability to reproduce healthy cells.

Not all antioxidants are vitamins, but some vitamins, such as vitamin A, C and E, act as antioxidants. When searching for vitamins for anti-aging concerns, choose ones that contain these antioxidants to defend against ravaging free radicals. If you’re not getting enough protection from foods like blueberries, green tea and pomegranates, anti-aging vitamins provide an excellent antioxidant source.

To preserve inner health and outer beauty, also turn to anti-aging vitamins that contain such antioxidants as resveratrol, selenium, lutein, lycopene, calcium, CoQ10, and zinc and fatty acids like alpha lipoic acid. Whichever you choose, these antioxidants will act as body-defending “superheroes” to aid in accelerating healthy cell production and protect against disease.

Vitamins contain important antioxidants to help today’s active adult maintain vibrant energy and a preserve a youthful appearance. Bronson offers an array of vitamins to help protect against free radicals inside the body, as well as beauty products to reverse their effects on the outside. For more information, call 1-800-235-3200 today.*

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food & Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. The information provided in this blog is intended for general knowledge only and is not a substitute for professional medical advice or treatment for specific medical conditions. If you have any questions regarding a medical condition, seek the advice of your physician or a qualified healthcare provider.