September 12, 2018
Dave Asprey of Bulletproof wrote an article titled “Ozone Therapy: What It Is and How It Works.”
From the article:
Normally, you hear about how damaging free radicals are, and how you want to get plenty of antioxidants to prevent them from aging your cells. But in certain cases, free radicals can actually be good for you.
“We’re led to believe that free radicals are bad,” says Shallenberger. “Nothing in our body that our body makes is ‘bad’ bad. Oxidants and free radicals in the correct dose, in the correct amount, are actually highly beneficial.”
A good example is exercise. Working out creates free radicals in your muscles, and the inflammation they cause makes you build stronger, more efficient muscle with more mitochondria.
Ozone therapy is similar. It introduces lipoperoxides that improve your biology in a bunch of different ways.
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