How Your Genes
Affect Antioxidants

As we learn more about our health, antioxidants are quickly becoming a topic of conversation.  Antioxidants are used by the body to stop the damaging effects of highly reactive molecules, called free radicals. Free radicals are important in the cell, however, environmental factors, such as sunlight, smoking, and air pollution, can increase the production of these molecules to harmful levels. The availability of antioxidants in your body to get rid of free radicals is controlled by your genetic make-up and influenced by environmental and dietary choices

Inherent Health identifies individuals who can benefit from nutritional intervention.  Learning how your genes affect B-vitamin metabolism and your ability to produce antioxidants can help you adjust your dietary habits for overall health and wellness.

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