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Should antioxidants such as turmeric, resveratrol, glutathione, etc. be taken at bedtime, and if so, what explains it?

I read on https://thelivingproofinstitute.com/time-day-supplements (mirror): It is best to take antioxidants such as turmeric, resveratrol, glutathione, etc… at bedtime. The reason in the ...
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Therapeutic dose as safe antioxidant, melatonin and diabetes

This question is not about sleep, but really about the antioxidant benefits of melatonin down to the mitochondrial level. e.g. https://www.hindawi.com/journals/ijad/2011/326320/ , http://www.mdpi.com/...
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Supplementing Iodine separately from antioxidants? (and separately from what else?)

What should NOT be taken with Iodine? I've heard that it's a strong oxidant, so taking it with Vitamin C (and I assume other antioxidants) is a bad idea.
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Nutritional Value / Beneficial Substances contained within Turmeric skin

Wikipedia writes that turmeric is a plant of the ginger family, which is grown for its rhizomes. "It is native to southern Asia, requiring temperatures between 20 and 30 °C (68 and 86 °F) and a ...
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Can the brain be trained to handle oxidative stress better?

I have read that mitochondrial functioning causes oxidative stress (OS). I think mental work causes OS just as physical work does. Can the brain get used to it?
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Do honey and cinnamon have anti-inflammatory elements in their biological makeup? What other foods do too?

I have an autoimmune disorder wherein my body is constantly inflamed. While I do take anti-inflammatory medications, I am now looking to complement that with my diet. I heard that cinnamon and honey ...
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Is it worth testing regularly for oxidative stress?

I have read that oxidative stress is associated with neurodegenerative diseases, cardiovascular disease, ageing, cancer, and diabetes. Popular health 'buzz' would suggest consuming antioxidant ...