Kangen How much do you know about Antioxidants


Kangen How much do you know about Antioxidants?
Take this little quiz to find out!

Oxidation is extremely healthy for your cells.
Free Radicals kill your cells in order to replace their missing molecule.
Antioxidants are only found in fruits and vegetables.
Naturally-occurring antioxidants and synthetic antioxidants have the same health benefits.
All of those questions are FALSE!
Surprised? Keep reading!
Let’s take a deeper look at Antioxidants:

Why you need them in the first place, and how to choose the highest quality antioxidants for optimal health.



Oxidation is a chemical reaction that happens all around you.

An apple turns brown; iron rusts; coal burns.

Oxidation occurs in your body due to a variety of factors – pollution, cigarette smoke, excessive alcohol, poor diet, etc.
These factors introduce oxygen to your cells and cause an atom to lose an electron.

Like all things in nature, the loss of balance can have problematic effects.

When a cell is oxidized, the best case scenario is for the cell to die – which isn’t as bad as it sounds!
Your body is a pro at replacing dead cells with new ones. The real problem arises if the cell is damaged by oxidation, but doesn’t die.

This damaged cell turns into what’s known as a Free Radical.
Free Radicals
Free Radicals may be tiny, but they can have a fiercely damaging effect on your body. These cells roam around your body in attack mode, looking for other cells to hijack so they can replace their missing parts.
Instead of killing other cells (which your body could easily replace), Free Radicals leave damaged cells in their wake.

This damage goes so deep that it even affects the cell’s DNA. Now the cell mutates, replicates, and spreads its faulty DNA.
This is how disease begins, and why it can spread so quickly throughout the body.



Enter the Super Hero of our story (and your health).

Antioxidants neutralize Free Radicals.

They work by donating an extra electron to oxidized molecules, so the handicapped molecules don’t have to steal one from healthy cells.

Now the cell is back to normal and operating as usual!
It’s no wonder scientists keep finding more and more health benefits of Antioxidants – they are Nature’s way of STOPPING diseased cells before they spread!
Nature has given us many different sources of antioxidants: Beans, fruits, vegetables, nuts, tea leaves, cocoa, and more. But not all antioxidants are created equal, and some are much stronger than others.
The stronger the antioxidant, the more oxygen it will reduce in your cells.

Unfortunately, many consumers try to skip corners by purchasing synthetic antioxidants or supplements that have a very low Antioxidant capacity, but the health benefits just aren’t there.

ORP Meter


Wouldn’t it be great if there was a way to measure and compare Antioxidants?
Good news – there is!
The strength of an antioxidant CAN be determined by its Oxidation Reduction Potential (ORP) level, and this level can be measured with an ORP meter.

A powerful antioxidant has a low or negative ORP level, which indicates that it has great ability to reduce oxidation.

A low ORP level indicates the antioxidant is strong enough to, for instance, reduce the corrosion of metal or the browning of an apple.
Would you like to see an ORP meter at work?

How about comparing the Antioxidants found in your favorite beverages?
You might be surprised at what you find!

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See it for yourself – then let me know what you think!
To your health,


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Materials science and materials engineering

Materials science and materials engineering

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Degrees taking you to the substance of the matter.

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The subjects embrace physics, chemistry, various types of engineering and the medical sciences.


SkyWay has a technology that aligns with The University of Indonesia 🇮🇩 the vision of green transportation,


Skyway 21st Century Rail Transportation

The development plan was initiated by signing a MoU between UI and PT. SkyWay Technologies Indonesia. It took place at the University of Indonesia campus in Depok, West Java.

Muhammad Anis, UI Rector said at the MoU event, – “We are glad and believe to be a partner of SkyWay Indonesia, because this is a new technology that Indonesia needs as a transportation solution. SkyWay has a technology that aligns with UI’s vision of green transportation, without using fossil fuels, its development without cutting trees and using renewable energy generation. We hope the master plan form is completed by the end of this year,” he added.

SkyWay elevated train construction is to reduce the number of vehicles that enter the campus site. Previously UI planned to build a monorail but it was considered inefficient because of high costs.

Madinatul Fadhilah, country’s Director of PT. SkyWay Technologies Indonesia, comments, – “Today, it is the first step of our history in Indonesia. Our collaboration with UI will be the benchmark for all the projects that we are going to implement in Indonesia. The Rector was very grateful that we could start collaboration to implement this technology at the University and hoped these technologies would be implemented all over Indonesia.

For the first stage, we are preparing a 4.75 km double-track route for unibus at the University of Indonesia. It will have about 6,000-passenger ridership in peak hours. UI hopes that we can implement the SkyWay as the main transportation in campus, so it will be able to reduce air pollution and rise up UI green metric (international rating). They want to arrange coverage of 26 faculties (5 of them are public and connected to the UI Hospital, neighboring Depok City & Jakarta City).

This implementation is also supported by all the alumni of the University of Indonesia. They are ready to support us as our strategic partners in the government (permit & certification), Educational Programs Committee and in financing.

This week we will prepare our working group and next Monday will start to work on preparing the preliminary data, feasibility study, society awareness (we will create the SkyWay Station Design Competition) and a fundraising program. On November 15, 2017, we will arrange the Seminar “Transport of the Future”, determine the Award to the Winner of the Station Design Competition, and launch the fundraising program.

In this Seminar, Prof. Anatoly Yunitskiy as the SkyWay Technologies General Designer, Prof. Muhammad Anis as the UI Rector, officials from the Ministry of Transportation, Ministry of National Development Planning, Ministry of State-Owned Enterprises and some other related Ministries will be our keynote speakers”.

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London Taxes Toxic Cars

The news professionals in the UK are talking about now, curated by LinkedIn’s editors. Join the conversation in the comments below.

Drivers of older, more polluting cars now have to pay £21.50 per day to drive in central London. Motorists already have to pay a daily congestion charge of £11.50 for entering the city centre between 07:00 and 18:00, Monday to Friday, but this new additional ‘T-charge’ applies to pretty much all diesel and petrol vehicles registered before 2006. Mayor of London Sadiq Khan introduced the charge in a bid to improve the capital’s air quality, which was found earlier this year to be more polluted than that of the notoriously contaminated Beijing.

The vast majority of people in the UK support banning long unpaid internships. Some 72% of the public surveyed by the Social Mobility Commission said they were behind a change in the law, with 42% “strongly supporting” a ban. Alan Milburn, who chairs the commission, said unpaid internships have become commonplace and mean people from low income backgrounds aren’t able to benefit from the same career opportunities as those who are better off. A private member’s bill is going to be read in the House of Lords on Friday, calling for a ban on unpaid work experience or internships lasting four weeks or more.

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Buying a house should soon become a less painful experience. The government has launched an eight-week review into the home-purchasing process with the aim of cracking down on gazumping and making buying a house ”cheaper, faster and less stressful”. Estate agents, solicitors and mortgage lenders are being asked to share their views on gazumping – when a seller agrees to a sale then accepts a higher offer from a new buyer – and the idea of introducing “lock-in agreements” to prevent this unsavoury practice.

Bank of America’s wealth management division Merrill Lynch has been fined £35m by the UK’s financial regulator. Merrill Lynch received this rather costly slap on the wrist after the Financial Conduct Authority found it had failed to report nearly 69 million transactions over the course of two years. The fine is still something of a drop in the ocean for parent company Bank of America, which reported revenues of $89.7bn (£68bn) last year. The fine was initially going to be 30% higher, but was reduced after the bank agreed to settle early on in the discussions.

Forget pints of lager and glasses of gin, craft beer is the order of the day: More than 300 new breweries were launched in the UK last year as the appetite for craft beer boomed across the nation. Microbreweries have been springing up, benefitting from a tax break that sees those producing less than 5,000 hectolitres pay 50% less beer duty than bigger brewers. Research by UHY Hacker Young found there were 1,994 breweries in the UK at the end of 2016, up 18% since the end of 2015. This has continued to rise over the course of 2017, with the number of breweries rising above 2,000 for the first time since the 1930s.

Idea of the Day: We’re in a ‘hustle’ culture, says author and big data expert Bernard Marr, who says many companies position it as “impossible to avoid if you have any hope of getting ahead.” But is that really the best way to live — or even the best way to get ahead at work? Not only do we miss out on things we love, burning the candle at both ends doesn’t even help productivity.

“Being creative requires space, silence and slow time. When you give yourself that, you will likely be more innovative and more on your game.”
What’s your take? Share your thoughts on today’s stories in the comments.

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