In one minute: Oxidative stress, disruption of gut health | PlusVet Animal Health
In physiological conditions, digestive epithelial cells and bacteria produce low amounts of free radicals, that are beneficial for the regulation of gut health. The equilibrium between the production of free radicals and their removal by the antioxidant defense system is called “redox balance”, as we explained in this article.
In certain situations, the antioxidant defense system cannot remove excess free radicals in the gut, leading to oxidative stress, a harmful chain reaction that damages all kinds of biological molecules.
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