A study by the University of Erlingen-Nuremberg, Germany, in cooperation with the University of Auburn, In the journal Nature Chemistry. Oxidative stress is defined as the increase of oxidizing substances in the cell, which causes many diseases related to aging, a number of cancers, diabetes, high blood pressure and arteriosclerosis, in addition to degenerative neurodegenerative diseases such as Alzheimer's, Helps generate genetic mutations that destroy DNA and proteins. Oxidation is a natural process that occurs when the body interacts with nutrients to produce energy, resulting in a reaction of a group of "free radicals", which are unstable compounds entering the cell. Is important in many vital processes, some of which are very important for life, such as the killing of bacteria inside the cells, the risk lies in the possibility of interaction with amino acids, which is the main problem of the genetic material of the cell (DNA), which leads to damage the cell, and may cause destruction.


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