The Role of Natural Antioxidants in Brain Disorders

By (author)Imran

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Oxidative stress and neuroinflammation are considered causative factors in various neurological disorders such as Parkinson?s and Alzheimer?s diseases. Antioxidants are chemicals that bind with oxidative species and nullify their effect from causing damage to biological molecules. Endogenous antioxidants are produced by our body, however most of them are obtained from external sources, primarily through diet, called dietary antioxidants. Major sources of antioxidants are brightly colored fruits, vegetables, cereals, legumes, and herbs. Other very effective sources are berries, green tea, and dark chocolate. These compounds have the potential to hinder neurodegeneration, reduce neuronal death and improve memory as well as cognitive functions. Based on the complex nature of antioxidants and oxidative stress, particular antioxidants such as vitamin E, vitamin C or ?-carotene are beneficial in protecting cells, organs and tissues against oxidative damage.

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Book Author

Imran

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1st

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Hardback

ISBN

9783031411878

Language

English

Pages

296

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