Weight training is not all benefits, you can cause yourself cellular damage from free radicals as a result of training. Exercise is one of the healthiest things you can do for yourself, and any type of cardio training will burn fat and improve cardiovascular ability; however, increasing oxygen intake is exactly what causes free radical damage. Be it running, playing sports, riding a bike, or my personal favorite, training quickly with little rest in-between sets. These exercises will always cause oxidation which will lead to free radical damage.
To minimize the damage from free radicals, there are a few things you can do. Supplementing with vitamin C, E and D is an excellent way to stave off the increased oxygenating (rust at a cellular level basically), supplementing with Selenium (a nutrient that is all but absent from most diets) is good as well. And zinc may help. But without a doubt, the very best antioxidant is one that is rarely mentioned – Glutathione.
Glutathione is also the most critical and integral part of your natural detoxification process. Since all toxins essentially stick onto glutathione, it “swallows” the unwanted waste products and carries them into the bile and the stool, and out of your body.
There is also a lot of evidence that Glutathione helps our body reach peak mental and physical function. Research has shown that raised glutathione levels decrease muscle damage, reduce recovery time, increase strength and endurance and shift metabolism from fat production to muscle development. Plus, it’s a tremendous advantage for anyone using steroids since it stops much of the health damage before it has a chance to occur.
N2GUARD contains vitamins C and D, plus selenium, zinc and a hefty dose of Glutathione. It’s just another reason why you’d be crazy not to take a few seconds out of your day and pop a daily dosage of the very best cycle protection you can find.
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