Pinyin/Antioxidant

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An antioxidant is a molecule that can slow or stop the oxidation, or electron transfer, of other molecules.

Antioxidants can be found in food.

Antioxidants are molecules that relieve oxidative stress by preventing the formation of, and inhibiting the oxidation of, free radicals. They are able to donate one of their electrons or hydrogen to free radicals, stopping their chain reaction. Found in our diet (for example, in vitamins) or formed inside our body (like enzymes), antioxidants can protect us from the damaging effects of free radicals.

The best way to combat free radicals is to have a diet of fresh fruits and vegetables, red wine, and green tea. These functional foods are rich in phytochemicals with antioxidant properties. Health supplements enriched with antioxidants are also now widely available.

Kàngyǎnghuàjì shì 1-zhǒng fēnzǐ, kěyǐ jiǎnhuǎn huò tíngzhǐ qítā fēnzǐ de yǎnghuà fǎnyìng huò diànzǐ zhuǎnyí.

Kàngyǎnghuàjì kěyǐ zài shípǐn zhōng zhǎodào.

Kàngyǎnghuàjì shì yīzhǒng fēnzǐ, tōngguò zǔzhǐ hé yìzhì zìyóujī de xíngchéng hé yǎnghuà, cóng'ér jiǎnmàn yǎnghuà. Tāmen shìchū Hydrogen lízǐ gěi zìyóujī, tíngzhǐ qí liánsuǒ fǎnyìng. Zài yǐnshí zhōng (rú wéishēngsù) huò tǐnèi xíngchéng (rú méisù) de kàngyǎnghuàjì néng bìmiǎn zìyóujī de pòhuài.

Duìkàng zìyóujī de zuìhǎo bànfǎ shì yǐnshí xīnxiān shūguǒ, hóngjiǔ hé lǜchá. Zhèxiē shíwù hán fēngfù de zhíwù huàxué wùzhí, yǒu kàngyǎnghuà xìngnéng. Jīntiān hěnduō bǎojiànpǐn yě hán fēngfù de kàngyǎnghuàjì.