STOP OXIDATIVE STRESS

Antioxidants are, without doubt, an essential part of optimal health.

Free radicals can capture electrons from normal healthy molecules and create free radicals that damage healthy molecules, such as molecules found in DNA. The damaged cells can release free radicals and continue the effects of oxidative stress to surrounding cells. To prevent or reverse these very destructive processes, the body constantly needs a reservoir of antioxidant molecules.

Antioxidants are important in defending against free radicals. Antioxidants molecules have extra electrons and can supply electrons to neutralize free radicals.

Dina Life Antioxidant has the highest ORAC (Oxygen Radical Absorbance Capacity) values. It contains over one million ORAC units per 100 grams and is far superior to any other Antioxidant available.

Frequent healthy dosages of a variety of antioxidants will assure this destructive oxidation process will be minimized, reducing the potential for heart or liver disease, auto-immune disease, diabetes, and maybe cancer, not to mention their importance in anti-ageing of the skin.

 

ENHANCES THE NATURAL TONE AND FIRMNESS OF THE SKIN

Improve your skin quality by increasing your daily intake of antioxidants with Dina Life

Every day, our skin comes in contact with environmental stressors such as pollution and radiation from the sun. Environmental stress leads to the formation of free radicals.
Free radicals are highly reactive, unstable molecules that injure healthy skin cells and disrupt normal skin functions. Over time, free radical damage leads to premature signs of skin aging as wrinkles, fine lines and discoloration. To combat this damage, the skin needs antioxidants.

Antioxidants are powerful molecules that neutralize free radicals, but not all antioxidants are created equal.They require precise formulation criteria. They must contain pure stable molecules delivered at the right concentration.

ENHANCES THE NATURAL TONE AND FIRMNESS OF THE SKIN

Improve your skin quality by increasing your daily intake of antioxidants with Dina Life

Every day, our skin comes in contact with environmental stressors such as pollution and radiation from the sun. Environmental stress leads to the formation of free radicals.
Free radicals are highly reactive, unstable molecules that injure healthy skin cells and disrupt normal skin functions. Over time, free radical damage leads to premature signs of skin aging as wrinkles, fine lines and discoloration. To combat this damage, the skin needs antioxidants. Antioxidants are powerful molecules that neutralize free radicals. But not all antioxidants are created equal. They require precise formulation criteria. They must contain pure stable molecules delivered at the right concentration.

STIMULATE THE IMMUNE SYSTEM AND HELP THE BODY FIGHT DISEASES

Dina Life is your well-being partner to achieve your daily intake of antioxidants required for a healthy lifestyle.

Among the 250 studies done on the association of food and cancer, 80% have shown a protective effect of antioxidant-rich foods. The preliminary results from the EPIC (European Prospective Investigation into Cancer and nutrition) study, launched in 1991, and involving more than 500,000 persons, confirms this protective effect. The incidence of some cancers could significantly be reduced with a daily diet rich in antioxidants.

The influence of diet on cardiovascular diseases is also well established. A lack of antioxidants combined with an excess of cholesterol is extremely detrimental. In fact, cholesterol oxidises and is slowly deposited in arteries. A plaque is formed and thus reduces the diameter of vessels, which leads to the occurrence of cardiovascular diseases. The level of bad cholesterol can be lowered by limiting one’s intake of saturated fatty acids and increasing the consumption of antioxidants

Sources: Saska, M. and Chou, C. (2002). Antioxidant Properties of Sugarcane Extracts. First Biennial World Conference on Recent Development in Sugar Technologies.

Saska, M. and Chou, C. (2006). Antioxidants: an excellent phytochemical functional food from sugarcane. Meeting of Sugar Industry Technologists, Inc.

Source: Hercberg, S., Galan, P., Preziosi, P., Bertrais, S., Mennen, L., Malvy, D., Roussel, A., Favier, A. and Briançon, S. (2004). The SU.VI.MAX Study. Archives of Internal Medicine, 164(21), p.2335.