One of the Quickest and Easiest Things You Should Be Doing for Your Health as You Grow Older
Harvard Medical Researchers and Top Doctors Recommend It . . .
But Three Out of Five Adults Overlook It . . .
Here's the thing . . .
What you're going to hear about today is not some exotic tree bark from the deepest, darkest jungles.
It's not some magical tonic that gives you a taut, toned, youthful physique.
But it does involve a huge scientific discovery. In fact, it's one of the biggest since Louis Pasteur discovered microbes.
And guess what? It's a simple, quick, and effective thing you can do for your health — really! It takes only a few seconds a day . . .
Now, this may sound crazy, but Playboy Magazine played a role in bringing it to public awareness (and it has nothing to do with sex) . . .
The Merv Griffin Show and an Indiana Jones-type adventurer were also involved, so stick around. You're going to want to hear this story, because . . .
This is something straight out of Hollywood, and I mean that.
Let's back up for a second and go on a little trip through time to the early 1950s . . .
Back then, American families built bomb shelters in their backyards. Children performed duck-and-cover drills in school.
Because of the atomic bombs dropped on Japan, the military funded investigations into the effects of radiation on human beings.
A brilliant scientist named Dr. Denham Harman became involved in some of these studies.
But he also pursued his own ideas . . .
In 1954, Dr. Harman proposed a scientific theory linking something he called free radicals to the way humans age. You'll hear more about this shortly, but for now, let's just say this was a "radical" theory back in those days, pun intended.
In fact, this newfangled idea was so radical, it didn't generate much interest from scientists or the public at the time.
Fast forward to 1968 . . .
M.I.T.-educated physicist Durk Pearson read an article in Playboy Magazine — yes, an article. This article described Dr. Harman's theory on free radicals and how they age the body.
Pearson and chemist partner Sandy Shaw found these ideas fascinating. They delved into Harman's work and wondered how they could further his theories.
Now, into the picture enters flashy adventurer Jack Wheeler. Wheeler had lived with headhunters in the Amazon. He'd even helped end the Cold War.
Wheeler had an Indiana Jones-type lifestyle long before there was an Indiana Jones. So he was a regular and popular guest on The Merv Griffin Show.
If you're middle-aged or older, perhaps you remember this show. It was one of the most watched talk and variety shows in the history of TV. Heck, maybe you even saw Jack Wheeler on the show back then yourself.
Anyway, Wheeler spent time in California visiting his friends Durk and Sandy. They told him about these wild free radical things.
Then, as Wheeler recalls, one day he was dining with Merv Griffin and actress Eva Gabor in Las Vegas. At some point he suggested the idea of having Pearson go on the show and "explain how we get old and what we can do about it."
For a fee of $400 (a lot of money back then), Pearson agreed to go on Merv's show — and he was a hit. Pearson went on the show again. This time, Merv's office received over 100,000 letters from viewers interested in health and aging. Merv called Durk Pearson the single most popular talk show guest in history.
So why am I telling you this story?
Well, this was a pivotal turning point . . .
The public had discovered free radicals and the potential of antioxidants for the first time . . .
And more importantly, began to consider taking a proactive, natural approach to health — and healthy aging. This was a novel idea back then.
Over the years since, the term "antioxidant" has become a household word. You know you need them, you know you get them from certain foods, and you know they have something to do with health.
But you what you may not know is how and why antioxidants are crucial to healthy aging.
I don't want to take up a lot of your time today, but I have a prediction to make. If you spend the next few minutes watching this presentation, you will come to understand the importance of antioxidants, the role they play in aging, and how you can ensure you are getting enough antioxidants daily.
Because odds are high you're not getting enough antioxidants (or certain vitamins containing antioxidants).
That's particularly true if you're over 50.
It's true even if you're a healthy eater, for reasons you'll see in a moment.
And, it is certainly true if eating healthy is not always your top priority . . .
If you eat fast food . . .
If you love sweets . . .
If you have a lot of stress in your life . . .
This is information you really need.
Over the next few minutes, you'll realize the importance of maintaining optimal antioxidant levels.
You'll discover why you should pay attention to something called oxidative damage.
And best of all, you'll learn how to solve your antioxidant problem simply and effectively.
First of all, what are free radicals and antioxidants?
Let's start with the air you breathe. Your normal metabolism creates energy you need by combining the food you eat with oxygen.
While you need oxygen to survive, it also generates damaging byproducts called free radicals. This is a process called oxidation.
You can think of oxidation as biological "rusting." Like when you cut into an apple and watch it turn brown from exposure to the air.
A similar chemical process occurs in the environment when cars rust or oxidize when exposed to the open air over time.
But what are free radicals?
Well, free radicals are atoms or molecules containing unpaired electrons.
Now, for a molecule to remain stable, its electrons must exist in pairs — making free radicals unstable little particles.
A free radical seeks to form an electron pair by stealing an electron from a neighboring molecule. This makes a new free radical, which pulls one from the next molecule, and so on.
This chain reaction creates a domino effect of free radical production.
In your body, this may damage DNA, cell membranes, and mitochondria, and even lead to cell destruction.
You might hear the term "oxidative stress." This is the burden placed on your cells by constant production of these free radicals.
And your metabolism isn't the only culprit producing free radicals. Pollution, smoking, UV radiation from sunlight, and toxins in food or water also contribute to free radical production.
Can you see now why you need plentiful amounts of antioxidants?
Of course . . .
You need ANTIoxidants to neutralize oxidative (free radical) damage.
Antioxidants break this free radical chain reaction by sacrificing their own electrons. Though antioxidants become oxidized themselves, they act as reducing agents, stopping oxidation reactions from spreading to cell after cell after cell. The true function of antioxidant systems is not to remove oxidants entirely, but instead to keep them at an optimum level.
You do produce some antioxidants inside your body, such as glutathione. These help defend against oxidative stress.
Unfortunately, the levels of these internal antioxidants decline with age.
As you can imagine, this is not a good situation.
Because not only does aging alter your body's own antioxidant defenses . . .
But under Harman's free radical theory, organisms age with the accumulation of free radicals.
That's a double whammy affecting you as you grow older.
Earlier you heard that free radicals damage cell membranes and DNA. But in the years since Harman's early work, researchers have focused a lot of study on damage to the cellular mitochondria.
Remember high school biology class? The mitochondria of your cells produce energy. They do this by turning oxygen and nutrients into adenosine triphosphate, or ATP.
ATP powers the metabolic activities of your cells.
Many scientists now believe that oxidative damage to the mitochondria plays a role in aging.
However, with age, levels of free radicals increase significantly in mitochondria.
But there's good news! Researchers have found that antioxidants may help guard against mitochondrial dysfunction.
So, now you know why you need antioxidants, but what are they — and how do you get more of them?
Antioxidants are considered micronutrients. You find them in many common fruits and vegetables, as well as most plant-based food sources.
Some vitamins are antioxidants — including vitamin A, vitamin C, and vitamin E.
The B vitamin folate (also called folic acid) is an antioxidant vitamin. So is beta-carotene, the precursor to vitamin A.
Even vitamin D contains antioxidant properties, as does the trace mineral selenium.
Then there are the antioxidant phytochemicals.
Phytochemicals are compounds made by plants that may affect human health. You find them in fruits, vegetables, beans, and grains.
Most phytochemicals show antioxidant activity against free radical damage.
I know this is a lot of stuff to take in, but stick with me here, because you'll see how easy it is to get the antioxidants and vitamins you need.
There are two ways you can consume antioxidants and antioxidant-containing vitamins: food sources and nutritional supplements.
Both are good ideas — and work best in combination.
Here's why . . .
In a perfect world, you'd easily be able to get all the nutrients you need — including vitamins and antioxidants — from diet alone.
Regrettably, modern life makes adequate nutrition quite challenging:
Nutrient-depleted soil . . .
A busy and stressful lifestyle . . .
And less-than-ideal eating habits . . .
This makes you the likely victim of vitamin shortfalls.
According to a study reported in the Journal of Nutrition, nearly the entire U.S. population consumes a diet not on par with federal dietary recommendations.
Fewer than 12 percent of Americans score well on the Healthy Eating Index, a guideline that determines how many people meet established nutrient recommendations.
In particular, government surveys reveal that many adults do not get enough of these nutrients: vitamins A, C, and E, and magnesium and calcium.
And as you've already seen, vitamins A, C, and E are antioxidant vitamins.
Plus, your nutritional needs change with age. Those over 50 may have a reduced ability to absorb certain nutrients from food, particularly vitamin B12.
Experts also caution that older adults may lack enough vitamin D, potassium, folate, thiamin, and niacin. And remember, folate and vitamin D have antioxidant properties.
Another issue is this: Some medications can prevent proper absorption of vitamins and minerals.
Fortunately, there's a convenient solution to these vitamin shortfalls — and to suboptimal antioxidant intake.
Researchers from Harvard reviewed 35 years' worth of vitamin research. In a 2002 study published in the Journal of the American Medical Association, they reported that most people do not consume an optimal amount of all vitamins by diet alone. So they made this recommendation:
"A daily multivitamin is a safe
and inexpensive way to supplement nutritional needs and support health."
And while vitamins are never a substitute for healthy eating, the Harvard School of Public Health website counsels:
"A daily multivitamin is an inexpensive nutrition insurance policy.
Try to take one every day."
The truth is 3 out of 5 adults do not take multivitamins.
And even if you do take multivitamins, are you sure the one you're taking is of high quality?
In a few moments, you'll see shortly what to look for in a high-quality multivitamin supplement.
You'll find out which vitamins are particularly important to the aging process . . .
And you'll see what you should be eating to maximize the amount of antioxidants in your diet.
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David Brownstein, M.D., is one of the nation's top practitioners of holistic medicine. He advises: "Everybody benefits from the right multivitamin. I check all my patients for nutritional imbalances. The vast majority of them — both sick and well — have nutritional insufficiencies. A daily multivitamin offers added support that can make a real difference. Another reason I endorse ALPHA32 is because it contains iodine, which promotes thyroid health."
Cardiologist Chauncey Crandall, M.D., counsels: "I recommend taking multivitamins because they contain nutrients important to heart health. For example, vitamin C helps coronary arteries function properly and promotes a normal inflammatory response. And vitamin D, known as the sunshine vitamin, is essential to the healthy functioning of your heart. Vitamin B6, B12, and folate are also considered key nutrients for cardiac health. That's because they promote normal levels of the heart-affecting substance homocysteine."
Renowned alternative physician Russell Blaylock, M.D., says: "I counsel patients not to expect positive effects from taking a single, poor-quality vitamin or cheap multi. Instead, use a high-quality multivitamin with minerals and antioxidants. Some nutrients I have found particularly effective are carotenoids. These include beta-carotene, lycopene, and lutein (lutein is great for eye health). Vitamin E is a special antioxidant important for artery function and cell membrane health. Adding more vitamin C is helpful for nearly everyone. And zinc and beta glucan support immune health."
And women's health and wellness expert Erika Schwartz, M.D., states: "Along with checking hormone levels, I always look at my patient's nutritional status. Of course I recommend eating antioxidant-loaded leafy green vegetables and fruit. And I particularly recommend supplementing with vitamin C, vitamin, D, vitamin B complex, and magnesium."
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"Most of us in the field recommend that a person take a variety of antioxidants (a "cocktail"), not just a single substance.
"The importance of synergism is that the antioxidant nutrients each contribute to the total protection. They work together in the antioxidant cycle and reach all body compartments — fat and water-based, blood and internal cell. They protect against all types of free radicals and reactive oxygen species. No one antioxidant can do all of this."
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