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Let me start by saying I've never heard of antioxidant water. So to apply the following answer to your question, you'll need to look at the water and determine if antioxidants were added to it. If they were - then the following applies. If there aren't - then I'd say Antioxidant Water is just a catchy name:

An antioxidant is any molecule that is stable with or without all its necessary electrons. A free radical, on the other hand, is a molecule that is unstable when it loses an electron.

The purpose of an antioxidant is to donate one of its electrons to the unstable free radicals. Once it has done that, both molecules are stable.

An unstable free radical causes damage to nearby healthy cells when it "bounces" around looking for an electron to steal. A damaged healthy cell is the cause of aging, illness and disease.

Antioxidants, therefore, are nature's solution to that problem.

To get the antioxidant benefits from your water, make sure to leave the cap on between sips. Antioxidants will neutralize the free radicals in the air in the bottle leaving you with nothing but water. Drink it all at once or keep the air to a minimum.

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