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Blood Oxidative Stress Impact on Health

Oxidative Stress Prevention Tips Improve Health

Oxidative Stress is the major healthcare problem plaguing the United States, Europe, and other countries that adopted the Western Diet.  The major source of Oxidative Stress is from the blood, which presents major problems for management or prevention to improve health.  First, Blood Oxidative Stress or BLOS cannot be measured due to the lack of a proper method.  Second, BLOS is continuous (24/7), while General Oxidative Stress is temporary.  High, variable levels of Oxidative Stress depletes your body’s own antioxidants, whether from diet or the body.  Poor fitness in adult Americans also contributes to poor BLOS management due to minimal endogenous antioxidant production.  Endogenous means that your own body makes it.  Oxidative Stress prevention could be the key to improving health.

Effective Fitness to Fight Oxidative Stress and Improve Health

My previous post on the role of fitness focused on the benefit of short periods of intense exercise.  This approach prompts your body to generate nitric oxide (NO), which helps reduce hypertension.  There are reports that the increased production of NO from exercise also stimulates the production of plasma sulfide, which also reduces hypertension.  I updated my map of BLOS management to include Fitness (blue arrow).  The combination of both dietary changes and improved fitness may help you fight Oxidative Stress for better health.

Effective Diet and Fitness to combat Oxidative Stress
Combination of Dietary and Fitness Changes help fight Oxidative Stress

Oxidative Stress Prevention Could Improve Your Health & Save Money

Blood Oxidative Stress or BLOS is thought to be the major source of multiple health problems, which costs adult Americans an average of $4,800 per year.  Most of this cost is out-of-pocket money due to the high deductibles of most health insurance plans.  A modest investment in fitness equipment and dietary changes could save you money.

Glixin Store Offers Great Products To Help You Now

For men or women, a good pair of walking shoes and a heart rate monitor will cost about $110, but only $37/year for a 3 year life.  Add a good time-release antioxidant supplement $112/year) and switch to food items rich in anti-oxidants ($300/year) for a total cost of $412/year for dietary changes.  MitoQ may be the ultimate antioxidant supplement, but it will cost you about $720/year.  The total investment without MitoQ is $449/year plus your time and sweat!  We combined these great products in a variety of BLOS Hack Kits.  Start with my eBook and the MDA Urine Oxidative Stress Kit to evaluate your current lifestyle choices.  Click on the figure below and you’ll go directly to the Glixin Store.

Infographic describing the components of the BLOS Hack Kits
BLOS Hack Kits include an eBook or Paperback Version of my Strategy Guide, essential products for evaluating BLOS and other important bio-indicators of health, and optional products to improve fitness and diet.

BLOS Management is a Good Investment in You!

You could manage your BLOS and improve your health for large healthcare cost savings without breaking the bank.  Just review the figure below for some ideas on the potential health care cost savings.

Manage BLOS and Reduce Healthcare Costs
Modest Investment in Dietary Changes and Fitness Equipment could manage BLOS for Improved Health and Lower Healthcare costs.

Glixin focused on Oxidative Stress Prevention!

Our BLOS World Store offers the best selection of fitness equipment, food items, and antioxidant supplements.  We provide useful information to help you with Oxidative Stress Prevention.  BLOS may cause multiple human health problems including: Obesity, Type 2 Diabetes, Hypertension, and a greater risk for Cancer.  Learn more about Blood Oxidative Stress or BLOS at Glixin.

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By Peter Stroot

Dr. Peter Stroot is an Engineer, Microbiologist, and Molecular Biologist, who has published research articles and holds patents for multiple biotechnologies. He is the Managing Member of Glixin, the World's Leader in Managing Blood Oxidative Stress or BLOS.

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