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Nasunin's Health Benefits

Nasunin is an antioxidant, which means it fights free radicals. As free radicals destroy cells and cellular DNA, this protection may help slow aging and promote efficient brain functioning. It does this by combining with certain iron compounds and preventing them from forming free radicals.

Chelation is the process of removing metals or toxins from the body. Partly due to its antioxidant activity, Nasunin acts as an iron chelator. Which can be either good or bad depending on how much iron is needed in the body. This can be construed as a side-effect of nasunin, women should be careful with nasunin if they have problems with anemia, especially during menstruation. Yet people with excessive iron in their system could use this as a natural way to reduce its quantity.

Cancer cells are the body's own cells which have lost control. They grow and multiply in abnormal ways. In order for tumors to grow they also have to be fed by the body. This is done by the growth of new blood vessels. If the growth of new blood vessels can be suppressed, the cancerous cells will starve and die. Nasunin helps prevent the growth of these blood vessels, and thus nasunin is antiangiogenic. This is an effect that should be taken into account by pregnant women or anyone recovering from traumatic injuries.

Nasunin also prevents peroxidation of cholesterol in the blood. This helps eliminate the buildup of plaque in the blood vessels, keeping the heart and the cardio-vascular system healthy. It can also relax blood vessels and increase blood flow.

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