Free radicals are excessive, unattached electrons wreaking havoc in the body.
Wake Forest, N.C. (PRWEB) October 21, 2013
In the medical world it's understood how excessive exercising can release free radicals and increase the risks of heart attacks, strokes and in some extreme cases even death. The body is capable of maintaining homeostasis, until stressed, as is seen in over exertion after being relatively inactive.
The video explains how loose electrons created during exercise can be stabilized sooner with less harm, using electron supplementation, to assist the body in stabilizing atoms/molecules quicker and with less harm. The key is to not overexert, but to gradually build a regular exercise pattern causing less stress to the body. The immune system can be overwhelmed and unable to protect vital body functions.