Oxidating a plant

Posted by / 03-Jun-2020 21:34

I offer a special consultation package specifically to help address oxidative stress. What is your favorite way to boost protection from oxidative stress? Please keep in mind that any and all supplements—nutrients, herbs, enzymes, or other—should be used with caution.My recommendation is that you seek the care of a naturopathic doctor (with a doctorate degree from a federally-accredited program) and that you have a primary care physician or practitioner whom you can contact to help you with individual dosing and protocols.You can add to what your body produces by eating foods that are high in anti-oxidants every day.These tend to be the foods that are the most colorful, for example: You can also find many more supplements containing anti-oxidants at Dr Doni in the anti-oxidant category here. Protecting yourself from oxidative stress is as simple as protecting your cells by providing what your body needs and avoiding what it doesn’t need.Oxidation increases when we are physically and/or emotionally stressed.And as long as you have enough anti-oxidants, a careful balance is maintained and damage is prevented.

In fact research indicates that oxidative stress is an underlying cause of cancer, so understanding and preventing it is a smart strategy for your wellness.

Knowing that we are all exposed to stress and toxins, and potentially infections, on a daily basis, choosing ways to reduce stress and increase anti-oxidants will help you prevent cancer and to live a longer, healthier life.

If you’d like one-on-one help to address oxidative stress, I encourage you to contact a naturopathic doctor.

If you ever experience negative symptoms after taking a product, stop taking it immediately and contact your doctor right away.

Maintaining top quality requires care and attention.

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