The alarming news is that everyone, even people with healthy lifestyles, are suffering from excessive damage to their cells by free-radicals. Lipid peroxidation affects not only the cardiovascular system but the cell membranes throughout the body. We live and die at the cellular level. When oxidized by free radicals, cell membranes are damaged and fail to perform properly.
This results in: Poor cell signaling of the immune system Increased metabolic toxicity Mitochondrial diseases Reduced cellular energy (ATP production) Damaged DNA Poor tissue function Unresponsive hormones (thyroxin, estrogen, progesterone, testosterone, insulin, leptin, etc.) Increased risk of abnormal cell proliferations Increased risk of cardiovascular concerns Here is a quick and easy test that measures malondialdehyde in the urine. Toxic adlehydes are released into the bloodstream when fats, including cell membranes, are oxidized. The kidneys excrete them in the urine. Thus Meta-Oxy is a general measure of cell membrane damage due to free radical peroxidation of lipids. Just follow the instructions: pipette some urine into the vial and look for it to turn a shade of magenta. The darker the magenta color, the more cellular damage occurring. Courtesy of Systemic Formulas
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