This Tropical Fruit Could Protect Your Brain

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This Tropical Fruit Could Protect Your BrainAntioxidants are seemingly in the health news every day — and for good reason. They are extremely important when it comes to safeguarding your good health. Antioxidants help you to fight off foreign invaders in your body.

They also slow down the aging process.

They break down toxins and protect your body from oxidative stress.

Eating foods high in antioxidants is clearly a smart thing to do. What is one of the best foods to eat when it comes to boosting your antioxidant levels? Try adding a little papaya.

Papaya is rich in antioxidants and enzymes. A recent study investigated the antioxidant properties of papaya against hydrogen peroxide-induced oxidative stress in human brain cells. Results from the clinical trial showed that papaya extract acted as a potent free radical scavenger and provided neuroprotection against oxidative stress.

The papaya extract boosted levels of glutathione (an enzyme in the body that is a powerful scavenger of free radicals) and restored total antioxidant capacity.

The researchers of the study concluded that papaya extract can be used to help reduce neurological health problems associated with oxidative stress and free radical damage.

Unfortunately, as you age, you may need to boost your antioxidant levels. Your good health may be inversely proportional to the amount of circulating antioxidants you have in your body.

In other words, the fewer antioxidants you have, the more likely you are to succumb to age-related disease. Papaya is a delicious way to get more antioxidant power into your body.

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