A quick guide to Ergothioneine

Some experts theorize that it is possible to view aging as a disorder. On a microphase, ageing results in cell death in many areas of the body. Skin cells, nerve cells, reproductive fabric, brain cell tend to give up in every part of the body in order to fight free radicals and die.

You literally see or observe these cell deaths in a macro stage through wrinkles, loss of memory, cancer and other diseases.

New research into ETT shows that this rare and largely unknown amino acid is one of the best natural antioxidants to fight ageing as a disease.

How EGT helps your body?

Let’s look at l-ergothioneine in more depth and how it functions to protect the body.

L-ergothioneine or EGT is an amino acid, not just that it is also a free radical.

  • Analysis explicitly indicates that it is a cytoprotectant. In other words, cells are shielded from toxins, free radicals, and toxic substances by EGT.
  • Free radicals are part of life in a natural way. They enter the body where they are consumed oxidized by the cells.
  • Your cells can not neutralize free radicals rapidly enough over time, and they begin to accumulate in the body, contributing to oxidative stress. Oxidative stress contributes to death and damage to cells.

EGT is a blessing to your skin

You’re going to chop bananas, tomatoes, oranges, kiwis, and strawberries together. The bananas and apples start to turn brown after a few hours because they have been exposed to oxygen. This happens because they don’t have high levels of antioxidants to protect themselves from oxidative harm.

However, since they still have antioxidants, the oranges, kiwis, and strawberries still look new. This is the same effect that EGT offers to your body. It offers the oxygen that your skin requires and makes it feeling young and fresh.