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Antioxidant production in the body - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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Doctor :   Hi
Doctor :  
How can I help you?
User :   Hi Doc,

User :   i just wanna know how true is this
User :   they said
User :   children produce millions of anti-oxidants
Doctor :   Ok

User :   but ages 30 above will no longer produce anti-oxidant
User :   how true is this
User :   i want to know d facts
Doctor :   Ok
User :   or sources about this
User :   hope u can assist me..
User :   thank you..
Doctor :  
Anti-oxidants are produced
Doctor :  
in human body
User :   then
Doctor :  
Vitamin E and certain minerals do help in it
Doctor :  
Though children produce more
User :   but is it true
User :   that if we reach the age of 30 and above
Doctor :  
Adults do produce
User :   our body will no longer produce?
Doctor :  
Not much like children
User :   can u quantify the percentage difference?
Doctor :  
It is around 1:2
User :   can you give me a link of an information about least for a clarification..
User :   i see
Doctor :  
Well I will have to search for it now
User :   thank
Doctor :  
I dont remember any site as such
User :   hope u can email it tome
User :   YYYY@YYYY

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