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What is Free Radical Damage?

Free radical damage occurs when the body is exposed to too much oxygen, which can be corrosive. Free radicals are atoms or molecules that have one or more unpaired electrons, making them unstable and highly reactive. They can steal electrons from other molecules, destabilizing them and triggering a chain of reactions. To protect against free radical damage, the body needs antioxidants, which can inhibit the oxidation effect. These micronutrients must be obtained through diet, supplementation, or the use of products like NanoViв„ў.

What Damage Can Free Radical Damage Do?

Free radical damage can result from aging, exercise, poor diet, environmental toxins, pharmaceutical drugs and stress. This damage can disrupt redox signaling1,2, which is considered normal cellular communication. When this signal is disrupted, it can impair tissue repair, influence gene transcription, affect immunity and normal homeostasis. Free radical damage may cause a host of health problems and has been seen as a component of aging3,4 , Parkinson’s Disease5, diabetes6, cardiovascular disease7, cancer8, neurodegenerative disorders, liver function9, autoimmune disorders10, cataracts and vision health11, rheumatoid arthritis12, Multiple Chemical Sensitivities, Lyme Disease and other chronic conditions12. Needless to say, it is an important component to address in any health journey, whether that is managing a chronic condition, or maintaining good health.

What is Eng3′s NanoVi™?

NanoVi™ is specifically designed to help repair cells after the damage has already occurred. Using a specific electromagnetic wave that has precisely the same wavelength as the ‘good’ Reactive oxygen species (ROS) produced in cells, it works by triggering oxidative response. In this way, the body is stimulated to counteract oxidative stress damage caused by free radicals. This signal is initiating cellular repair in the same way that Redox Signaling works. The signal is transferred to humidity to increase efficacy and is breathed in by the patient.

What Studies Are There on the NanoVi?

Studies on the NanoVi™ technology show that it helps produce less lactic acid, generate more energy, reduce resting heart rate, improves immunity, encourages faster DNA repair, improves inflammatory response, creates a reduction in oxidative stress, promotes healthy aging, and contributes to fighting chronic conditions. NanoVi technology was tested to verify that it produces the exact “bio-identical” signal required13.  Overall, the studies on NanoVi technology provide evidence of its effectiveness in promoting overall health and wellness.

How Does Ananta Health Use The NanoVi in Treatment?

The NanoVi™ device is used at Ananta Health for those with chronic conditions like Lyme Disease, or other conditions with free radical damage and immune dysfunction. Using a nasal cannula, the mist or “humidity” is inhaled, and sessions are pain-free and done in a relaxed environment. For those with chronic illnesses, it is often recommended to have sessions up to three times a week for 30 minutes. There is no danger to over use, as it is a natural, bio-identical signal triggering natural responses in the body.


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