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The MOST POWERFUL Antioxidant is Melatonin, NOT Glutathione

author avatar Dr. Eric Berg January 02, 2022

This information is brand new, and it’s one of the most important videos I’ll ever do regarding your health.

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0:00 Introduction: The most important antioxidant is melatonin

1:10 Leading causes of death

2:42 Glutathione is not the most important antioxidant

2:52 Benefits of melatonin

4:00 What you don’t know about melatonin

11:13 Causes of a deficiency of infrared light

11:48 How to get more infrared light

12:15 Check out my video on the therapeutic benefit of the sun


 

This video is a summary of an important paper that blew me away.

Three of the leading causes of death:

• Heart disease

• Cancer

• Metabolic illnesses

With each of these causes of death, there is some type of dysfunction that destroys the mitochondria. The essence of the problem is an excess of oxidative stress and free radical damage.

Normally, the body protects against these things through its antioxidant networks. Glutathione has been considered the most important antioxidant. But, melatonin is even more powerful and effective than glutathione.

Benefits of melatonin:

• It’s a powerful antioxidant

• It’s 2x more powerful than vitamin E

• It triggers antioxidants like glutathione

• It promotes sleep

• It supports the immune system

• It has anti-cancer benefits

 

There are two forms of melatonin, one being subcellular melatonin, which means it’s inside the mitochondria. It’s there to help protect against oxidation and free radical damage in the mitochondria.

A lack of melatonin can:

• Affect your sleep

• Cause inflammation

• Cause you to lose your antioxidant protection in the mitochondria

• Lead to chronic degenerative diseases (especially of the brain)

The largest stimulus of subcellular melatonin is near-infrared light (NIR).

A few things that give off NIR:

• The sun

• Campfires

• Fire in a fireplace

• Candles

• Incandescent lights

• Infrared sauna

• Infrared lights and lasers

Being outside in nature and in the sun may be just as important as eating healthy. Infrared light also protects against UV radiation.

Being exposed to artificial lights (LED light and blue light) is a big cause of a deficiency of infrared light.

What you can do:

• Get outside in the sun

• Get a therapeutic near-infrared light

• Switch your lights to incandescent lights

• Have more fires or use candles

 

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DATA:

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5503661/

https://www.intechopen.com/chapters/62672

https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/27500468/

https://www.mdpi.com/2076-3921/9/11/1088/htm

https://www.pharmacytimes.com/view/role-of-otc-asthma-medications-in-the-community-pharmacy

https://biomedicine.com/articles/2015/02/03/melatonin-extraordinary-antioxidant-benefits-beyond-sleep

https://www.melatonin-research.net/index.php/MR/article/view/19/213

https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1011134415300713

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