What is Oxidative Stress?
Oxidative stress refers to an imbalance between the production of reactive oxygen species by the ability of a biological system to easily detoxify the reactive intermediates or to repair the damage caused.
Free Radicals are reactive or reactive compounds that are naturally produced in the human body. Molecules of molecules or molecules with one or more non-matched electrons in the outer outer electron shell of the atom.
They are very unstable and reactive. They constantly tend to break off electrons from another molecule. This is called chain reaction.
The healthy body creates its own anti-oxidant defense mechanism. If this mechanism does not function correctly, oxidative stress occurs.