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Oxidative stress to the cells of the human body has the potential for numerous, potentially deadly, consequences including cardiovascular disease, cancer, diabetes, renal disease, irritable bowel disease, and bipolar disorder (NIST, 2013). Antioxidants, such as copper, zinc, selenium, amino acids and vitamins A, C, and E, act to negate the harmful effects of free radical damage caused by oxidative stress. Recent research into the pathophysiology of bipolar disorder has discovered a connection between oxidative damage to the central nervous system and the severity of symptoms experienced in those diagnosed with bipolar disorder (Steckert et al, 2010). This new research suggests antioxidants could play a role in delaying the onset of bipolar disorder and reducing the frequency and severity of symptoms.
Oxidation is the process by which atoms lose electrons during metabolism and energy production (Thompson & Manore, 2009). This loss of electrons can cause the atoms to become unstable and…

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