Definitions for "Antioxidant"
A substance that works to slow or prevent the generation of free radical molecular groups in the body, thereby protecting against degenerative cell damage associated with oxidative stress.
A substance (such as vitamin E, vitamin C, or beta carotene) that protects body cells from oxidation damage.
An antioxidant is something that prevents a chemical process called oxidation. This is when oxygen molecules can join with another chemical. Oxidation damage to body cells can cause gene changes (mutations) that can lead to cancer. So antioxidants may help to prevent cancer from developing. You can get antioxidants in your diet from fruit and vegetables, and other healthy foods. Vitamins A, C and E are antioxidants. The mineral selenium is also an antioxidant.
Hematocrit Prevalence
Gastrostomy Prevalence
Helicobacter Precursor
Heredity Precursor
Keywords:  priapism
Keywords:  hemobilia, porphyria
Hemobilia Porphyria
Keywords:  postprandial
Keywords:  perfusion
Homeostasis Preeclampsia
Keywords:  ileostomy, puberty
Ileostomy Puberty
Keywords:  hydrophobic
Keywords:  psychotropic, gestures
Gestures Psychotropic
Immunochemistry Recombinant
Gastroduodenal Perforation
Haematological Pulmonary
Gastrointestinal Pharmacist
Interstitial Psychotherapy
Keywords:  pneumonia
Keywords:  gait, paralysis
Gait Paralysis
Hyperthyroidism Proteins
Keywords:  groin, poisoning
Groin Poisoning
Keywords:  phenotype, fatigue
Fatigue Phenotype
Keywords:  herpes, placenta
Herpes Placenta
Keywords:  inhalation, proximal
Inhalation Proximal
Keywords:  phosphates, humoral
Humoral Phosphates
Keywords:  potassium, intestinal
Intestinal Potassium
a compound, which has a weak attraction to one of its electrons
a naturally occurring plant compound that may function alone or in conjunction with other compounds to promote human health
Keywords:  pigmentation
an important element that is very necessary to our body to save vital cell structures
Keywords:  ingredient, fats, oils, keeps
an ingredient that keeps oils and fats