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Superoxide ions are free radicals which harm our bodies. As one of the main ways to fight free radicals, our bodies contains an enzyme called superoxide dismutase (SOD), an antioxidant that transforms superoxide ions into oxygen and hydrogen peroxide. A few years ago, a team of French scientists led by the Nobel prize winning doctor, Luc Montagnier, discovered that a type of cantaloupe melon contains high levels of SOD. However, the enzyme was broken down in the stomach by gastric acids. They needed to find a way to protect the SOD, and wrapped it in tiny fibers from wheat. The SOD is still harmed in the stomach, but it still works by triggering the body to produce more antioxidant SOD.




Cantaloupe melons (Cantalupensis Naud) are full of an anti oxidant called superoxide dismutase (SOD) that can help your body to fight free radicals

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