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#Oxidative stress threatens health! Its effects on the body and what to do about it.

Sub title: the unknown reality of oxidative stress and how to protect your overall health.

Good morning. Good afternoon, ladies and gentlemen. Welcome to our health blog. It is important to understand the different processes that take place in the body in order for us to maintain our health on a day-to-day basis. How much do you know about oxidative stress, which is a hot topic these days? In this blog, we will discuss the specific effects of oxidative stress and how to combat it. By reading this, you will be able to further increase your health awareness and help improve your daily life in any way you can. Health is a balance.

1. What is oxidative stress? 

Oxidative stress refers to an imbalance between the reactive oxygen species (ROS) produced in the body and the antioxidants that counteract them. Reactive Oxygen Species (ROS) are naturally produced during energy metabolism, but when produced in excess they attack cells and DNA, causing various diseases and ageing. Especially in today's stressful living environment, oxidative stress is a major threat to our health.

2. Health problems caused by oxidative stress.

The health problems caused by oxidative stress are manifold. For example, damage to cell membranes and DNA leads to premature ageing. It is also closely linked to cardiovascular diseases (e.g. atherosclerosis and myocardial infarction), diabetes and even neurodegenerative diseases such as Alzheimer's and Parkinson's diseases. All of these diseases significantly reduce our quality of life.

3. Sources of oxidative stress in daily life.

Causes of oxidative stress are latent in our daily lives. Examples include smoking, excessive alcohol consumption, UV radiation, environmental pollution and unhealthy diets.

These factors promote the production of reactive oxygen species and cause oxidative stress. In particular, a diet high in processed foods and trans-fatty acids increases oxidative stress in the body.

4. Importance of antioxidants.

Antioxidants are crucial in combating oxidative stress. Antioxidants neutralise reactive oxygen species produced in the body and prevent cell damage.

Vitamin C, vitamin E, beta-carotene and selenium are typical antioxidants and it is important to actively consume foods containing these substances.

5. Diet for combating oxidative stress.

Diet is the most accessible means of reducing oxidative stress. The following foods should be actively included in your diet:

  • Foods rich in vitamin C: oranges, grapefruit, kiwifruit and bell peppers. Foods rich in vitamin E: almonds, hazelnuts, peanuts, avocados. Foods rich in beta-carotene: carrots, spinach, pumpkin, sweet potatoes. Foods rich in polyphenols: green tea, red wine, blueberries, dark chocolate. These foods can easily be included in your daily diet

6. Lifestyle review

To reduce oxidative stress, lifestyle improvements are also essential. First, try to lead a regular lifestyle. It is important to get enough sleep and avoid stress.

Moderate exercise can also help reduce oxidative stress. For example, daily walking and yoga are recommended as they are easy on the body. In addition, relaxation techniques such as meditation and deep breathing can help reduce physical and mental stress.

7.Latest methods of combating oxidative stress.

However, it is difficult to improve lifestyle habits in the midst of a busy daily routine. In recent years, the use of exosomes and supernatant fluid has been attracting attention as a countermeasure against oxidative stress.

They have been studied for their effects on cell regeneration and the suppression of inflammation. Exosomes are small membrane vesicles that transmit information between cells and promote cell repair and regeneration. Supernatant fluid, on the other hand, contains components secreted by cultured cells that support anti-inflammatory effects and tissue repair.

The incorporation of these latest technologies is expected to effectively reduce oxidative stress in the body and maintain good health.


Oxidative stress has a significant impact on our health. However, with the right knowledge and measures, its effects can be minimised. It is important to actively consume a diet containing antioxidants and to maintain a regular lifestyle. The use of exosomes and supernatant fluid, which incorporate the latest research findings, will also be of great help in future health management.


Oxidative Stress and its Countermeasures - Shinya Kobayashi, Authority on Oxidative Stress Research

The Power of Antioxidants - Mariko Sato, nutrition expert

Modern Diseases and Oxidative Stress" - Kenichi Takahashi, MD


Shinya Kobayashi, oxidative stress researcher

Mariko Sato, nutritional expert

Kenichi Takahashi, MD


If you have trouble sleeping, why not try exosomes or supernatants? These may reduce oxidative stress in the body and support quality sleep. Please consider this new approach, which incorporates the latest research findings.

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