The leading killers of Americans continue to be non-infectious diseases like heart disease, strokes and lung diseases. The life expectancy in the United States is 78.6 years as of stats tracked in 2016.
Do you know what is killing you? As it turns out it may be too much oxidative stress! 😧‼️
Listed below are some of the top killers and the corresponding search results with regards to how oxidative stress plays a role from Peer-Reviewed studies on PubMed.gov.
1️⃣ Heart Disease (oxidative stress heart disease = 13,047 results)
2️⃣ Malignant neoplasms (cancer) (oxidative stress cancer = 24,193 results)
3️⃣ Alzheimer’s disease(oxidative stress Alzheimer’s = 3,999 results)
4️⃣ Diabetes mellitus (oxidative stress diabetes = 19,038 results)
5️⃣ Chronic liver disease (oxidative stress liver disease = 13,017 results)
6️⃣ Essential hypertension and hypertensive renal disease (oxidative stress hypertension = 8,390, renal disease = 9,945 results)
7️⃣ Parkinson’s disease (oxidative stress Parkinson’s = 3,157 results)
🤓 Oxidative stress generates 209,154 studies on www.pubmed.gov at the time of this post.
The search results above show a combined 94,786 studies on www.pubmed.gov❗️📈
☢️ Question for you… What if you could significantly reduce the amount of oxidative stress inside your body? Would that be a good thing? Yes or yes? 🤔
Let me be clear. I am not saying lowering oxidative stress will prevent you from disease. What I am saying is that PubMed sure proves that having too much oxidative stress is a really bad thing! You do the math! ⏰📒📗