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  • Sun and Smog Combine to Accelerate Premature Aging

    Sun and Smog Combine to Accelerate Premature Aging

    UV rays from the sun have been proven to damage skin through the creation of free radicals and new evidence suggests that when UV rays are combined with smog it accelerates premature aging. Dermatologists have discovered that those factors, in conjunction with genetics, stress, age, and a wide variety of particulates that people are exposed to every day is contributing to premature aging.* For those who want to mitigate the effects of premature aging, beware of quinones, chemicals from smog that result in the same type of aging as those produced by smoking and exposure to high levels of UV...

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  • Brighter Burning Sun and Increased Pollutants Can Hasten Aging

    Brighter Burning Sun and Increased Pollutants Can Hasten Aging

    Waging war against lines and wrinkles may become even more difficult in the future from UV rays and as pollutants released into the environment continues to escalate. Even those who use sunscreen and eschew tanning beds are at increased risk. According to scientists, the sun is brighter than it was 100 years ago. Changes in the sun and its emissions may have the ability to not only have an impact on global warming, it may also pose an increased risk for free radicals that damages the body at the cellular level through oxidative stress, resulting in the development of prematurely...

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  • RxQ Antioxidant Complex Catering to Computer and Smartphone Users

    RxQ Antioxidant Complex Catering to Computer and Smartphone Users

    We’re all exposed to small doses of radiation everyday through the use of computers, tablets, televisions, and smartphones. Radiation comes from wide range of items we use on a daily basis. Individuals employed in an office environments and those who work from home may be at risk fro radiation from their computer screens. Radiation is a form of pollution and even a small amount can cause damage to our body through the process of oxidative stress. This can accelerate aging process. If you’re in front of a computer all day then this one is for you. The RxQ Antioxidant Complex provides...

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  • Invisible Air Pollution Poses Elevated Risk of Disease and Premature Aging

    Invisible Air Pollution Poses Elevated Risk of Disease and Premature Aging

    People are exposed to a myriad of invisible environmental pollutants every day that are contributing to lung and cardiac disease and accelerating the aging process. Air pollution is one of the most pressing health related risks that people face and made more dangerous since many of the elements in air pollution can’t be seen. Most people think of air pollution in terms of particles from manmade sources but there’s a variety of naturally occurring pollutants that include soot from forest fires, ash from volcanoes, and wind-blown sand in arid regions. The Environmental Protection Agency (EPS) lists radon, a naturally occurring...

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  • Canned Air Catches on in Asian Cities

    Canned Air Catches on in Asian Cities

    In 2016, Asian cities experienced some of the region’s worst air pollution in more than two decades. Megacities are often blanketed in clouds of smog that make breathing almost impossible. To find relief from unrelenting levels of air pollution, many residents and tourists are relying on antioxidant supplements, such as RxQ Antioxidant Complex and resorting to canned air.* Air in the pressurized cans is collected from diverse locations ranging from Australia and Canada to the South Sea Islands before being shipped throughout Asia. Labeled as a fad by some, the canned air has proven so popular that some retailers are...

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  • 7 Ways to Minimize Damage from Air Pollution

    7 Ways to Minimize Damage from Air Pollution

    The number of people who are engaging in outdoor fitness pursuits is at an all-time high, but even as they get fit they’re unwittingly increasing their exposure to air pollution that’s been linked to lung and heart disease, premature aging, and dementia.* No one can escape the effects of air pollution, but those who live in metropolitan areas are at increased risk. Pollution has even been measured at the planet’s poles and air pollution from Asian countries is making its way to the U.S. across the Pacific Ocean through weather and wind patterns. Air pollution is a growing problem around...

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