Well Told Health - Antioxidant Booster - Daily Defence, 62 Capsules

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Well Told Health - Antioxidant Booster - Daily Defence, 62 Capsules

Brand - Well Told Health
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Quick Description

Help protect your body from oxidative stress caused by environmental toxins, emotional stress and physical exertion with Well Told Health’s Antioxidant Boosters.

Key Information 

  • Homeopathic medicine
  • Designed to help slow cell aging
  • Formulated to protect the body from stress, environmental toxins & physical strain
  • 100% vegan capsules

Product Overview

Well Told Health’s Antioxidant Boosters contain a blend of organic amla fruit, cloves, cacao and grapes, selected for their high quantities of naturally occurring antioxidants to help protect your body from oxidative stress.

Environmental toxins, physical excursion, and emotional stress can all result in a high number of free radicals in the body, leading to oxidative stress. 

Oxidative stress causes cells to age prematurely and this can lead to early signs of aging and an increased risk of illness.

Antioxidants help to bind to free radicals and stop them from damaging your cells. Although we can get antioxidants in our diets, we do not always get enough to counterbalance the negative effects tough workouts, difficult emotional situations, and environmental pollution have on the body.

These 100% vegan capsules are based on homeopathic medicine and make it easy to make defence against oxidative stress part of your routine.


Organic Amla (175mg) Organic Cloves (175 mg) Organic Cacao (50mg) Organic Grapes (100mg)

Frequently Asked Questions

What is oxidative stress and how do antioxidants help?

Oxidative stress is when there are too many free radicals in your body for its natural antioxidant defences to deal with. Free radicals are oxygen molecules with unequal numbers of electrons which means they react with molecules in the cell membrane. 

Too many free radicals can hinder cell regeneration and repair, resulting in premature aging and susceptibility to disease. Antioxidants attach to free radicals and prevent them from harming cells.

Symptoms of oxidative stress include fatigue, memory loss, muscle and joint pain, wrinkles, gray hair, poor eye-sight, headaches and susceptibility to infections.