According to the Free Radical Biology and Aging Research Program at the Oklahoma Medical Research Foundation, the existence of free radicals as chemical entities was not universally accepted until the late 1950s. A small number of visionary scientists from that organization and others can be credited with founding the field of reactive oxygen biochemistry.
The metabolism of homocysteine is an example of the nutrient synergy necessary to optimize physiological function and health.Healthy individuals utilize two different pathways to enzymatically metabolize homocysteine. Healthy individuals utilize two different pathways to enzymatically metabolize homecysteine.
Vitamin B2 is water soluble and required for a large number of cellular processes, including oxidation-reduction reactions (redox) responsible for energy production, metabolism of fats, carbohydrates, proteins, and ketone bodies. It’s also solely responsible for the fluorescent-yellow color in urine of people who supplement with high dose B-complex vitamins.