Optimal Antiox - 60 Capsules
Optimal Antiox - 60 Capsules
Optimal Antiox synergistically combines an extensive array of nutrients and antioxidants. Together, they combat free radicals and support the detoxification of chemicals and heavy metals from the brain.
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Optimal Antiox synergistically combines many nutrients and antioxidants that have positive effects on the brain’s detoxification process.
The extensive array of nutrients and antioxidants are known to raise glutathione levels, making it helpful for supporting phase II detoxification.
It’s also designed to combat free radicals, aid in the production of metallothionein, and help the brain detoxify harmful chemicals, including heavy metals, excess copper, alcohol, pharmaceutical and recreational drugs.
Many of the nutrients in Optimal Antiox are also known to reduce stress and anxiety, promote the formation of new brain synapses, and improve cognitive functioning.
When taken with NAC, L-Leucine prevents mercury from being reabsorbed into the central nervous system.
The vitamin E in Optimal Antiox is 60% gamma, mixed tocopherols.
Lipoic acid regenerates vitamins E and C, and supplies sulfur for detoxification.
This powerful formula also provides the well-researched antioxidants green tea, grape seed extract and curcumin.
As a dietary supplement, take two capsules per day with meals, or as directed by a health care practitioner.
Unique Features of Optimal Antiox
Lipoic Acid regenerates vitamins E and C in this formula so they can have long-acting antioxidant activity. It also provides SH (sulfhydryl groups) that protect against metal toxicity, including iron and copper.
Vitamin E protects cell membranes from oxidative destruction and retards the breakdown of cell membranes. Literature shows that vitamin E can reduce the toxic effects of mercury. Vitamin E also reduces chromosomal breakage and has sulfhydryl-protective abilities.
Selenium helps make glutathione enzymes needed for detoxification of harmful chemicals. This is the primary nutrient for binding mercury to allow for its excretion. Selenium also enhances the antioxidant abilities of vitamin E.
The zinc and selenium are bound to methionine, which aids the synthesis of metallothionine - the important zinc binding protein, known to aid in the removal of heavy metals such as cadmium. Methionine is a sulfur-containing amino acid involved in phase II detoxification.
Polyphenols from grape seed extract and green tea have been shown to protect against iron and copper toxicity by chelating them.
Mice given NAC while being exposed to mercury excreted approximately 50% into the urine while control animals excreted only 4-10% over 48 hours.