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But this entire field of study is new, and oxidative stress is not clearly linked to aging or cell damage (see here).
That creates a large oxidative stress,” he says, “so we would expect an antioxidant [like vitamin E] to be helpful.
Leonardo Nogueira et al., "Epicatechin Enhances Fatigue Resistance and Oxidative Capacity in Mouse Muscle."
Enzymes which govern oxidative changes, known respectively, as catalases and oxidases, are almost universally present in plants.The Chemistry of Plant Life|Roscoe Wilfred Thatcher
This measurement represents the basal metabolism of a man at complete rest, when his oxidative activities are at their lowest ebb.Food in War Time|Graham Lusk
In this regard rapidity of desiccation and subsequent protection from oxidative processes are important factors.Scurvy Past and Present|Alfred Fabian Hess