Free Radicals And Aging There has been considerable excitement and press about the benefits of antioxidants over the last 10-years or so. We know that vitamin A, C, & E, coenzyme Q10 (CoQ10), glutathione and certain phytochemicals all act as antioxidants. We’ve learned that eating fresh fruits and vegetables also helps to reduce oxidative stress. We’ve also learned that reducing oxidative stress slows the signs of aging. In the last five years, a new class of super-antioxidants have emerged. In tests with mice, flies and other short-lived creatures, these super-antioxidants have been shown to extend life up to 40%! How these results translate to human subjects remains to be seen. Few human trials have been done to date as these studies are quite time-consuming and expensive. Most of these substances are plant extracts and, as such, cannot be patented. The big pharmaceuticals have no interest in such studies, unless the naturally-occurring substances can be modified to allow patenting. Consequently, most testing to date has been done in academia and small private labs. We have found four super-antioxidants that have a very positive effects. Resveratrol; extracted from grape skins or Japanese knot weed; shows life extension benefits Oxaloacetate; a naturally occurring antioxidant that has a wide variety of benefits; shows life extension benefits Glutathione, Vitamin-C & More: nano-particle oral varieties that produce similar results to IV administration Protandim; Herbal extract that shows super-antioxidant properties in clinical studies We have evaluated and recommend all of these products. Please see our Products page to purchase. © Resonance Research Foundation, Inc. 1991-2013