Brain’s Antioxidant Defense : helps Combat Brain Aging
Supports Healthy Brain Function*
Helps fight Oxidative Stress, Inflammation and mop up Free Radicals and neutralize them.
The human brain has its own elaborate built-in antioxidant defense system to guard against toxic free radicals and inflammation. This antioxidant defense system serves as the brain’s most potent and first line of defense against oxidative stress. They include Glutathione (GSH), Superoxide Dismutase (SOD) and glutathione reductase. Glutathione is a vital part of our brain’s antioxidant defense system.
When we’re young and healthy, the brain’s natural antioxidant defense system efficiently counters the onslaught of free radicals before they can cause damage. As we age, however, the antioxidant defense
system gradually weakens.
Research suggests that a decline in the endogenous antioxidant defense capability can contribute to oxidative stress, which is implicated in many neurodegenerative diseases including Alzheimer’s disease, depression and the aging process itself.