The biochemistry of Sudarshan Kriya – Times of India

Published: February 24, 2008

“If we reduce the number of oxygen radicals, we improve the
antioxidant status in our body and live longer”
Manoj Jain
Ever wonder what causes us to age resulting in death of our body cells over the years, develop heart disease leading to plaque in the artery, or suffer from cancer causing cells to mutate and grow erratically? The answer may be simpler than we think. Some researchers say the common denominator in all these conditions is the antioxidant status — the level of chemical process that takes place in our cells and genes. Like we measure our cholesterol level, researchers argue, we can measure our antioxidant status and determine how vulnerable we are to diseases. Read More