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One Simple and Powerful Way to Help Fight Stress and Its Harmful Effects on Your Health

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In the United States, approximately 80% of all non-trauma deaths are caused by stress-related illnesses, studies show.

Stress-related health concerns include cardiovascular issues, brain and cognitive issues, sleep issues, mood issues, fatigue, digestive issues, and skin issues.

When you are under stress, your brain sends messages throughout your body (through a combination of stress hormones and nerve signals) that prompt your adrenal glands to spike your levels of stress hormones like adrenaline and cortisol. This is turn elevates your heart rate, blood pressure, and blood sugar, and suppresses your immune response and digestive system.

Under healthy conditions, this stress response is temporary and your body quickly returns to normal. When stress is chronic, however, your body doesn’t return to normal like it’s supposed to. Instead, your stress-response system stays activated long-term, and almost all of your body’s processes are disrupted as a result.

If you are one of the millions of people for whom chronic stress is fact of everyday life, with the nonstop pressures of work, family, finances, and countless demands on your time, there is one nutrient in particular that can help your body fight stress and its harmful effects.

One easy and simple way to help fight stress is the antioxidant enzyme SOD. How does it work? By fighting free radicals more powerfully than any other antioxidant.

At the cellular level, chronic stress increases the amount of free radicals attacking our healthy cells. Over time this damages our cells, tissues, organs, and bodily systems, and can seriously impact our health. SOD provides our bodies’ primary and most powerful defense against free radicals and the damage they cause.

“Secondary antioxidants” like vitamin C, selenium, and alpha lipoic acid are also important antioxidants but relatively less potent in their antioxidant capacity when compared to SOD—every single I.U. of SOD eliminates billions of free radicals in the body.

The benefits of SOD on stress have also been tested by scientific research. Randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled human clinical studies have found that supplementing with SOD significantly improved peoples’ stress levels, with no adverse side effects.

The promising results of these studies demonstrate that the powerful antioxidant enzyme SOD can help to counteract some of the harmful effects of stress on our health and well-being.

Oxylent—a high quality effervescent multivitamin with SOD

SOD is also one of the things that make Oxylent a unique daily multivitamin. In addition to a full panel of vitamins, minerals, electrolytes, and amino acids, Oxylent also contains 20 I.U. of SOD—all in one refreshing drink! Add to water and enjoy daily.

Not all forms of SOD on the market are of equal quality, and the patented form of SOD in Oxylent reflects the same commitment to superior quality that we hold for all of our ingredients. Our SOD is derived from a proprietary variety of melon and is GMO-free, solvent-free, allergen-free, gluten-free, and backed by scientific research.

Each packet of Oxylent mixes with water to create a delicious sparkling drink that not only provides daily multivitamin support but also delivers the powerful stress-response support of SOD, making it easy to help protect yourself from stress everyday.

Visit oxylent.com to learn more.

 

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

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