How Do Cells Age, Get Sick and Get Diseases?
Atoms missing an electron are not just “bad” – they actually destroy surrounding atoms by stealing their electrons. An atom missing an electron is called a Free Radical. Free Radicals alter or destroy cells. Cells that die, and cells that replicate in a damaged state are the cause of or contribute to premature aging, sicknesses and diseases such as cancer, heart disease, osteoporosis, and many others.