Organic Chaga Mushroom Coffee

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www.DietCoffee.org The health-giving potential of Siberian chaga is easy for science to understand it is one of the most powerful, concentrated antioxidants known. Antioxidants improve health and slow aging because, as the National Cancer Institute explains it, ""Antioxidants protect cells from damage caused by unstable molecules known as free radicals."" Chaga is the heavyweight champion of anti-oxidants, far outstripping pomegranates, acai berries or blueberries, and the cold Siberian climate produces the most potent chaga in the world. There is no argument that antioxidants are crucial for ones health. But, how do you know how much of these antioxidants to take? Scientists developed something called an ORAC scale, which is a standard recommended by USDA to measure antioxidant capacity. ORAC stands for Oxygen Radical Absorbent Capacity, or, in other words, the strength with which a given substance wipes out free radicals. Obviously, the higher the ORAC score, the more free radicals that certain substance can destroy. The FDA recommends that people consume between 4 to 13 ORAC units a day. Keep in mind that the more active you are, the higher the requirement for antioxidants in your body (contrary to popular belief, physical exercise actually increases the amount of free radicals in your body, so you should be consuming plenty of foods and drinks rich in antioxidants especially if you work out). Those who smoke or drink should increase their antioxidant intake well above <b>…<b>

 


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