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What Nrf2 does for you

Published on 11/9/2012
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What Nrf2 does for you Even though the human body has been studied for thousands of years, scientists are continually researching what makes us tick. A little discovery can lead to major progress when it comes to understanding how the body works. Recently, scientific buzz has been focused on Nuclear factor(erythroid-derived 2)-like 2, or Nrf2 for short. Nrf2 is a transcription factor in humans, which means it signals the expression of genes. But these aren't just any genes-Nrf2 regulates more than 1,000 genes, including antioxidant enzymes that play a role in reducing oxidative stress. Researches refer to these genes as a "survival genes" because they enable cells to survive in the face of stress from free radicals and other oxidants. Nrf2 also influences dozens of other genes by down-regulating them-genes that promote inflammation and fibrosis are included in this group. - Dr. Joe McCord For more info here: http://ibourl.com/uow Protandim Nrf2 Gene Activator, is one of a kind! Take one pill of Protandim a day!
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