BioFit 1oz REVIVE Tincture 1000mg • Calling all runners, crossfitters, and active life-stylers who want to stay that way. BioFit Revive Tincture 1000mg offers a systemic antioxidative cellular support to keep you regenerated and ready for your next workout. BioFit Revive Tincture offers a quick-relief option for easy absorption into your system. Our 1000mg full spectrum tincture is easy to add to smoothies, juices or simply drop under your tongue. One dropper provides approximately 33mg of vegan Hemp Oil.
BioFit 1oz REVIVE Tincture 1000mg
- Take 1-2 droppers daily.
- Briefly leave under tongue.
- Start low, observe, and gradually increase your dosage.
Hemp Seed Oil, Frankincense, Nigella Sativa, Ginger, Sandalwood, Sangre de Grado, Cat’s Claw, Sunflower Lecithin, Vitamin E Oil.
Bottle Size: 1.08 fl oz or 32 mL
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Antioxidants are molecules that fight free radicals in your body. Free radicals are compounds that can cause harm if their levels become too high. Free radicals are linked to multiple illnesses, including diabetes, heart disease, and cancer.
Antioxidants break down or neutralize free radicals in the body. Exercise, exposure to chemicals, inflammation, infections, nutrient deficiency, obesity, and stress are activities and conditions that create free radicals. The more free radicals in the body, the more the body will likely need antioxidants.
Your body has its own antioxidant defenses to protect itself from free radicals. Also, certain foods, especially fruits, vegetables, and other plant-based, whole foods, contain antioxidants that defend the body. Several vitamins, such as vitamins E and C, are also effective antioxidants.
Antioxidant preservatives also play a crucial role in food production by increasing shelf life.
Free radicals are constantly forming within the body. Without antioxidants, free radicals would cause serious harm, eventually causing death. On the other hand, free radicals also serve important functions that are essential to good health. Immune cells, for example, use free radicals to fight infections.
When free radicals outnumber antioxidants, a state called oxidative stress is the result. Prolonged oxidative stress can damage DNA and other important molecules in the body. Damage to DNA increases the risk of cancer, and may be a main factor in the aging process. Prolonged oxidative stress, if left unchecked, can lead to cell death.
Unwise lifestyle choices promote excessive free radical formation and oxidative stress. Some of these include smoking cigarettes, drinking alcohol, eating food with too many polyunsaturated fatty acids, doing too much sunbathing, eating foods that have too much iron, magnesium, copper, or zinc, doing enough intense and prolonged exercise, sufficient to cause tissue damage, and taking too many or too few antioxidants,
Environmental factors, such as air pollution, and bacterial, fungal, or viral infections, also promote excessive free radical formation and oxidative stress. Stress, such as a high blood sugar level, and too much or too little oxygen in your body, promote excessive free radical formation and oxidative stress, too.
Overall, the body needs to maintain a balance of free radicals and antioxidants.
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