OxyCheck estimates the level of oxidative stress in progress in the body and also monitor the evolution of oxidative stress during and after therapeutic treatment.

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What is OxyCheck?

Many pathological processes can be directly or indirectly attributed to a state of oxidative stress, due to a dysfunction of the mechanisms normally responsible for controlling it.

The specific index calculated from 9 biomarkers, selected for their relevance, offers a very precise evaluation of your state of oxidative stress, thus giving rise to different avenues of treatment.

What can we expect from OxyCheck?

OxyCheck can highlight micronutritional imbalances (trace elements), enzymatic dysfunctions (glutathione cycle) or the presence of abnormal quantities of deleterious molecules (oxidised LDL).

The level of each biomarker, coupled with the calculation of the specific oxidative stress index, allows an effective and personalised monitoring.

Who is OxyCheck for?

OxiCheck is aimed at any health-conscious individual: men or women, young or old, with or without specific symptoms.

Repeated infections, chronic inflammations, dermatological disorders, ageing, chronic fatigue or unexplained stress may be linked to the biological anomalies revealed by this check-up and which, if managed by a professional, may lead to an improvement in health or highlight a need for a more specific treatment.


Copper, Zinc, Selenium, Ultrasensitive CRP, Uric acid, Oxidised LDL, Glutathione peroxidase, Glutathione reductase), Thiols

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Why does OxyCheck include these particular biomarkers?

• Copper and zinc are cofactors for SOD, superoxide dismutases, and an imbalance in their ratio (ideally equal to 1) is a marker of oxidative stress.
• Selenium is the cofactor of GPX (glutathione peroxidase) and its level is closely related to it.
• Ultrasensitive CRP is a marker of low-grade inflammation, a process that has been extensively described in relation to oxidative stress.
• Uric acid, although not an antioxidant in the strict sense, has intrinsic antioxidant properties.
• Oxidised LDL represents the end product of the oxidative stress process on lipids.
• The ratio of GPX (glutathione peroxidase) to GR (glutathione reductase) is an accurate reflection of the ratio of reduced to oxidised glutathione, and thus of the presence of an oxidative stress process.
• The decrease in plasma thiols can be considered as the best available marker of oxidative stress.

These nine biomarkers were selected among several other more common markers, specific to oxidative stress or commonly associated with it, and whose relevance has been verified by an internal study by the Juvenalis experts.

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