With the continuous advancement of science and technology, the medical community's insight into health, sub-health and disease has also deepened, and a new concept of human disease-genetic disease has been proposed. Genetic damage is the source of all diseases. Because genes cannot be repaired, more than 5,000 diseases, like cancer, cannot be completely eradicated. Professor Durbeco, a famous American virologist, has said that human DNA sequences are the true meaning of human beings. The occurrence of human diseases, including cancer, is directly or indirectly about genes.

The discovery of the relationship between genes and diseases by scientists has brought human understanding of diseases to a new level, and also pointed out the direction for exploring the prevention and treatment of these diseases.

Free radicals and disease
To date, researchers have discovered that many diseases are associated with free radicals. Among the most studied are cancer, atherosclerosis, tumors, cataracts, radiation damage and burns, aging, arthritis, disease, kidney disease and liver disease. Free radicals are closely related to disease.

When the body is undergoing metabolism, the oxygen in the body will be converted into extremely unstable substances-free radicals. For example, the body uses oxygen in order to convert carbohydrates in food into heat. In this physiological process, oxygen will produce oxidizing power, very strong "active oxygen" is free radical. Such as oxygen radicals, hydroxyl radicals, etc., they are all strong oxidants, causing oxidation in the body. Free radicals destroy the molecules on the cell membrane, producing more free radicals and starting a chain reaction. This chain reaction, also known as oxidation, can damage the cell membrane and destroy the DNA or genetic genes in the cells, thereby causing this series of causes to enter the cells.
(1) Free radicals enter the cell and destroy the DNA, which can lead to cancer. There are many enzymes for cancer in current enzyme therapy research.
(2) Free radicals destroy proteins, which will destroy enzymes in the body, such as proteases, leading to inflammation and aging.
(3) Free radicals destroy fat, and then produce lipid peroxidation, leading to atherosclerosis, and finally cardiovascular and cerebrovascular diseases.
(4) Free radicals destroy carbohydrates, which will degrade hyaluronic acid in the body and produce arthritis.
In short, all physiological processes that require oxides (such as humans) generate free radicals.

How are free radicals produced?
With the rapid development of science and industrial civilization, the environment is increasingly polluted. Today’s changes in human diet and lifestyle will produce a large number of free radical damage, cause various diseases, and cause harm to human health. Will produce the following specific aspects:
1. Environmental factors:
(1) Extensive use of air conditioners and refrigerators adds a large amount of fluorine to the air, destroys the ozone layer that filters ultraviolet light, and the increase of ultraviolet light generates more free radicals, damages the skin, causes skin to produce wrinkles, and various skin disease or even skin cancer.

(2) Due to the sharp increase in automobiles and factories, a large amount of carbon dioxide and harmful gases are emitted, causing a large number of free radicals in the air.

(3) The use of many chemical pesticides, chemical fertilizers and herbicides makes the soil barren, lacks the original nutrients, and makes crops lack the enzyme peroxidase dismutase that scavenges free radicals.

2. Dietary factors:
(1) Due to the accelerated pace of life, many people just eat fast food instant noodles at noon, lacking enzymes to eliminate free radicals.
(2) Many people only eat refined rice and flour, so they lack the necessary cellulose and B vitamins.

3. Lifestyle:
(1) Modern people have a busy life and lack of exercise, which reduces the body's resistance and makes it difficult to resist free radical attacks.
(2) High tension in life will increase the lipid peroxidation content of the brain and other organs and generate free radicals.

The removal of free radicals can prevent diseases
1. Since free radicals are closely related to disease, removing these substances in the body can help prevent disease.
2. Substances in the human body that can scavenge free radicals on their own, such as "superoxide dismutase", abbreviated as SOD, can exert its combined effect with manganese, zinc, copper and other trace elements in the body to detoxify and eliminate free radicals. When SOD can't remove too many free radicals, it mainly depends on the foreign aid intake of more antioxidant enzymes to remove free radicals.
3. Only ingesting antioxidant foods that can scavenge free radicals from three meals a day cannot achieve the best effect of scavenging free radicals. It is best to ingest natural antioxidants and concentrated SOD compound. Enzymes to supplement the antioxidant ingredients can fully remove free radicals in the body, eliminate many diseases in the bud state, and ensure good health.

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