The Unstable Free Radical Structure Makes Them Dangerous

The free radical structure is what makes free radicals so harmful to healthy cells. The definition of free radicals is simply an unstable atom, but this tiny unstable atom threatens your wellness.

Definition of Free Radicals

Along with the rise of the knowledge, marketing and popularity of antioxidants and promotions of the best antioxidant foods and supplements, comes interest in the antioxidant’s antagonist— free radicals.

Free radicals are simply cellular atoms that are missing an electron and they desperately will steal an electron from a nearby atom, thus starting a ravaging effect as those atoms stripped of their electrons both seek and steal atoms from nearby healthy molecules. This carnage weakens the body starting at the cellular level.

The short video below features Dr. Mark Whitacre explaining the structure of free radicals.

The Role of Antioxidants

What makes antioxidants so important is that antioxidant rich foods supply the needed electrons, thus stopping the carnage and making the once desperate free radical molecule full and satisfied. Antioxidants are molecules that have enough extra electrons that can generously donate the much-needed electrons to free radicals, stopping the carnage of electron stripping.

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