How Powerful are Anthocyanins as Antioxidants?

Antioxidants are known to decrease, if not stop, oxidative damage in our bodies. Oxidative damage, in simple terms, is how our body organs and systems weaken and degenerate due to the ravages of age, the elements we are exposed to, like pollution and UV rays, and stress from modern lifestyles. Simpler, it is similar to how rust destroys steel and reduces it to nothing in time.

Oxidative damage is like that--it eats away at our health and fitness by slowly damaging our internal systems and organ functions. Advanced oxidative damage can result to organ failure, diabetes, or cancer, and eventually death. But thank God oxidative damage can be neutralized or prevented through antioxidants. Our bodies produce natural antioxidants like glutathione, but as age sets in and our immune system weakens, not enough antioxidants are produced. So we need antioxidants from plants.

Purple corn is among crops that produce rich antioxidants called anthocyanins. According to scientists, this is a powerful antioxidant:

"Major results were that isolated compounds (aglycons and glycosides) and complex plant samples are powerful antioxidants in vitro. In fact their activities by far exceeded those of Trolox and vitamin C in the FRA assay," []. The article added that, "Extracellularly, however, the compounds are potent antioxidants. This points to their potential for providing systemic protection in vivo, e.g., by scavenging oxidants in the blood stream and in the colon. Notably, both aglycons and glycosides have equally strong antioxidant activity."

In short, the study found that anthocyanins are potent antioxidants which have the ability for "scavenging oxidants" found in the blood and colon. In other words, anthocyanins have the ability to collect oxidants--or collecting harmful and destructive mutant cells that roam in the blood and colon areas and throw them away like garbage. 

Because anthocyanins are water soluble, the body easily gets rid of it through urine, perspiration, or bowel movement. Thus, when they have scavenged or collected oxidants, they take these with them and flush them out when we eliminate fluids from our bodies. 

Knowing the potential of anthocyanins--and knowing that purple corn is rich in this antioxidant--we easily see here a great potential for business. We can help people with their health problems and at the same time make good money out of helping people. 

If you can find a legitimate (legal and fair) purple corn juice business using network marketing as its marketing system, you can earn big money by leveraging your time and efforts on your business partners. In this sense, network marketing is as potent as anthocyanins. To learn how to do a purple corn juice business using network marketing--particularly how to share the business to other people--check out the e-book, "How to Present Your Purple Corn Juice Business to Your Prospects Effectively"! 

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