SAN PEDRO, CA – Dec 03, 2015 – Oxidative stress affects everyone and it’s the primary culprit in the formation of fine lines, wrinkles and degeneration of joints associated with aging. It’s a process that results in the production of free radicals within the body and a problem with which the RxQ Antioxidant Complex by Schoenwetter Supplements may be able to help.*
Individuals are bombarded with free radicals every day from multiple sources. Strenuous exercise, radiation from diagnostic procedures, x-rays, air pollution, ultraviolet rays and prolonged stress contribute to the formation of free radicals. They damage the body at the cellular level, break DNA strands, and prevent the body from repairing itself effectively. The body has the ability to neutralize free radicals, but when more free radicals are present than the body can address, they overwhelm the system and the signs of aging become apparent. Glutathione has been identified as a critical chemical compound the body manufactures naturally to neutralize free radicals and repair cells.*
Antioxidants are comprised of multiple types of amino acids. If the body has insufficient amino acids to aid in producing enough glutathione, an imbalance will result, causing excessive oxidative stress, but the condition may be corrected with RxQ Antioxidant Complex. The RxQ formulation aids the body by providing it with the raw ingredients needed to synthesize glutathione for antioxidant action to take place. Glutathione is the heavy lifter of antioxidants and N-Acetyl Cysteine (NAC), an essential amino acid that aids in the production of glutathione. NAC is effective in supporting the antioxidant structure of the body.*
Counteracting the effects of free radicals is especially important for individuals over 40. It’s an age when the body begins experiencing a natural decline in the amino acids needed to produce glutathione, the risk of injury is greater, recovery takes longer, and the accumulation of free radicals result in functional loss including sore joints and outward signs of aging. RxQ Antioxidant Complex combines multiple ingredients the body needs to work efficiently in counteracting the effects of free radicals.*
As the body ages, the free radicals of oxidative stress accumulate in tissues. The RxQ Antioxidant Complex incorporates compounds that aid the body in the production of antioxidants that help in detoxification and cellular repair. Oxidative stress resulting in the accumulation of free radicals comes from multiple sources, interrupting the body’s proper functioning and resulting in signs of aging ranging from facial lines and wrinkles. RxQ Antioxidant Complex provides the body with a wealth of ingredients the body needs to combat the process and may provide the means to lessen the signs of aging.*
About Schoenwetter Supplements LLC
Schoenwetter Supplements, LLC was founded by family practitioner and noted nuclear medicine specialist, Dr. Phillip E. Schoenwetter. His patent pending RxQ Antioxidant Complex utilizes advanced DNA research to provide individuals with a ground-breaking new supplement that helps fight the effects of free radicals and aids in maintaining cellular health.
*Disclaimer: The statements and information contained in this press release have not been evaluated by the United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA). The products featured in this news release are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.
- Rajagopal V. Sekhar, Sanjeet G. Patel, Anuradha P. Guthikonda, Marvin Reid, Ashok Balasubrammanyam, George E. Taffet and Farook Jahoor, “Deficient Synthesis of Glutathione Underlies Oxidative Stress in Aging and can be Corrected by Dietary Cysteine and Glycine Supplementation,” American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, Sept. 2011; 94(3): 847-853
- Igor Rebrin and Rajindar S. Sohal, “Pro-Oxidant Shift in Glutathione Redox State During Aging,” Advanced Drug Delivery Reviews, 2008; 60(13-14); 1545-1552
- Hannes M. Findeisen, Kevin J. Pearson, Florence Gizard, Yue Zhao, Hua Qing, Karrie L. Jones, Dianne Cohn, Elizabeth B. Heywood, Rafael de Cabo and Dennis Bruemmer, “Oxidative Stress Accumulates in Adipose Tissue During Aging and Inhibits Adipogenesis,” PLoS One, 2011; 6(4): e18532
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