Antioxidants became relevant in the 1900s, when scientists started to realize that free radical damage is related to the beginning stages of atherosclerosis and may contribute to cancer, vision loss, and several other chronic conditions. Aging is another known effect of the cellular damage caused by these free radicals. Antioxidants are nutrients that act as “free radical scavengers” by neutralizing free radicals and preventing them from causing damage. Although some antioxidants are naturally made by the body, we also rely on external sources, primarily on the diet or supplementation, to obtain the other needed antioxidants. The most common sources of external or “dietary” antioxidants include beta-carotene, lycopene, and vitamins A,C, and E. Additionally, in recent years Coenzyme Q10, Glutathione, Lipoic Acid, Flayonoids, phenols and many more have become increasingly popular. carries the best antioxidant supplements on earth. Take advantage of our specials today.