Biotec Foods Cell Guard - 80 Caplets +
Cell Guard Advanced Antioxidant Enzymes
Cell Guard is the first supplement clinically proven to reduce oxidative stress by signaling body's genes to increase production of its own protective antioxidant enzymes. Cell Guard unique complex increase endogenous Superoxide Dismutase (SOD), and it related catalase (CAT), methionine reductase (MET) and a selenioorganic compound that mimics glutathione peroxidase (GPx).
Cell Guard™ provides the most potent and comprehensive antioxidant enzyme nutrition available.Free radicals are unstable molecules which steal electrons from other molecules and disrupt healthy cell function. During this disruptive process, they create new free radicals and initiate chain reactions of cell damage.
Some free radicals are formed as a by-product of our normal cellular metabolism. Others are used by our white blood cells to destroy dangerous substances in a very selective manner. Recognizing the potential danger of uncontrolled free radicals, nature has armed our immune system with the powerful built-in protection of ANTIOXIDANT ENZYMES. These enzymes maintain cellular balance by stopping free radical chain reactions before they are out of control.
AGING AND FREE RADICAL PATHOLOGY?
As we age, or whenever our cells cannot receive adequate nutrients, our natural body production of antioxidant enzymes decreases. When too many free radicals overwhelm a depleted enzyme system, cells become damaged and can no longer function or reproduce properly. In short, we have disease and further aging. This imbalance condition is called free radical pathology.
NEW AGE STRESSES
A threat to Immune System Balance
The problem that our body's own antioxidant enzyme systems face in a modern 20th century environment is an enormous increase in free radical generating stress. Environmental pollutants, radiation, excess sun, physical overexertion, frequent illness, chronic infection, poor nutrition, aging and emotional stresses such as worry and depression all generate new free radicals and subsequent chain reactions which damage cells.