Translation of antioxidant in Spanish:

antioxidant

antioxidante, n.

Pronunciation /ˌæn(t)iˈɑksədənt//ˌænˌtaɪˈɑksədənt//antɪˈɒksɪd(ə)nt/

noun

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    antioxidante masculine
    • Professional bakers and other food processors add antioxidants - substances which retard rancidity - to their goods.
    • Have we mentioned antioxidants, such as quercetin, which protect brain cells from oxidative damage?
    • It is used in the manufacture of antioxidants, pharmaceuticals, dyes, and in the vulcanization of rubber.
    • The calcification that occurs in arteriosclerosis is inhibited by antioxidants.
    • Fortunately, animal cells produce various antioxidants, which neutralize most oxidants.
    • The body contains chemicals called antioxidants which reduce oxidative stress.
    • The benefits of antioxidants and essential fatty acid foods and supplements cannot be overlooked.
    • The two compounds are also included in a larger chemical class: antioxidants.
    • Alkaloids, phenols, antioxidants and lipids were never detected.
    • Many of the ingredients in these two mixtures are high in antioxidants.
    • Richness in color appears to be a sign that foods are high in antioxidants.
    • Green tea contains abundant polyphenols, plant chemicals that are powerful antioxidants.
    • Flavonoids are natural antioxidants that help protect the heart and arteries, among many other health effects.
    • Olive oil also contains squalene and oleuropein, which are powerful antioxidants, protecting blood cholesterol from oxidation.
    • Birds also may use carotenoids as antioxidants or immunostimulants.
    • Look for products that contain alpha or beta hydroxyl acids, antioxidants or retinoids; they help speed up cell renewal.
    • An imbalance between production of ROS and production of antioxidants results in oxidative stress.
    • Several researchers have tried to make better antioxidants by attaching a nitrogen atom to the carbon ring.
    • A little of the antioxidant TBHQ, citric acid and dimethylpolysiloxane may also be thrown in for good measure.
    • Fruits and vegetables are the major food sources of antioxidants that may protect the lung from oxidative stress.