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CTI Science's OSR1 Boosts ORAC Score Better than Acai and other Touted Foods

OSR OSR#1® is a toxicity free, lipid soluble antioxidant dietary supplement that helps maintain a healthy glutathione level. OSR#1® does so by scavenging ROS (free radicals) thereby salvaging the naturally produced glutathione. Both OSR#1® and glutathione scavenge free radicals, allowing the body to maintain its own natural detoxifying capacity.

Free radicals are unstable oxygen-containing molecules that negatively interact with other molecules in the body, in a process called oxidation. High levels of free radicals and oxidation can lead to oxidative stress. The body naturally fights oxidation by producing glutathione. However, when sufficiently stressed, the body's glutathione may not be able to keep up with the production of free radicals. OSR#1® assists glutathione in its job of scavenging free radicals and may help the body maintain a healthy glutathione level.

Glutathione is the body's natural defense to free radicals. However, once glutathione stabilizes a free radical, it becomes oxidized and is usually excreted from the body. This lowers the body's level of glutathione, and high levels of oxidative stress can prevent the body from recovering its normal functioning.

OSR#1®, unlike other antioxidants, is lipid or fat-soluble. This allows OSR#1® to penetrate cell walls to scavenge free radicals within cells. Water-soluble antioxidants cannot access cells in this way and are limited in their capacity to scavenge free radicals.

Orac-scores This chart (click to enlarge) is an ORAC (Oxygen Radical Absorbance Capacity) score, developed by Brunswick Laboratories, which measures the effectiveness of antioxidants. The ORAC score for OSR#1® is 192,400 µmoleTE per 100 grams, one of the highest recorded for a lipid soluble antioxidant. The HORAC (Hydroxyl Radical Absorbance Capacity) for OSR#1® is even higher at 299,000 µmoleTE per 100 grams.

To learn more about how OSR1 can be part of your health plan and to find a medical practitioner who is dispensing OSR1, visit CTI Science.

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Really a nice post!! ORAC is really better than asai ..My uncle's child has benefited tremendously from OSR1. thanks a lot


Tee hee...this line...
ORAC Score Better than Acai and other Touted Foods
I had to read that twice before I got it.
What a co-inky-dink huh?
I'm going to bed now...that was just to weird for me.
So I've had Riley on transdermal glutithione for about 7 days now, would this (OSR)help or not? We had his glutithione checked and we were told "none detected". I sat there, shook my head and asked..pardon me? The nurse (at our D.O.'s office) looked at me and said.."Is that bad?" Off to the DAN I ran, carrying Riley like a football under my arm!

Kathy Blanco

We just started this today, however, we are putting a twist to this...we are doing phospholipid exchanges with gluathione at the same time, apparently, the THRIIVE people say, this is very effective...we shall see...

Becky Estepp

I am so grateful to OSR. My son has made slow, steady gains since starting the supplement over a year ago. He is far more social and definitely in "our world" more than he used to be. His transition to Middle School has gone well. Upon starting OSR, he exhibited no side effects which is so nice.

Oxidative Stress

A primer on oxidative stress,

Mary Kay Betz

We have seen great improvements. All three of my kids are on it. Two have autism and my youngest has never gotten any vaccines. Attention spams have been improved. Yeast issues have improved...I have paid alot more for other treatments with no success, but this works for my family...

Benedetta Stilwell

CoenzymeQ10- is one of these antioxy's. 600 dollars a month for my husband for 15+ years. When my son was having undignosed seizures and I was desperate, I also spent 600 dollars on him too. It or something work (some what) for a couple of years! BUT There was still something there lurking beneath it all. The principle and teachers of the school thought it was helping, but I think Ben was just new to the principle and teachers, and my son just grew on them. Pouring water on a burnt up building - yes that struck a cord with me too.


Liam has been on this for nearly a year. The changes have been subtle but slow and steady and amazing upon reflection. Compared to even just 3 months ago, Liam can play a full game of Monopoly and Life and has learned to ride a bike. He is able to organize much more quickly and better this school year over last year managing a full schedule, fully mainstreamed changing classes 8 times a day. This is the only thing that we have done differently and he has garnered enough language to be able to tell me that he feels "foggy" when he doesn't take it. He asks me for it every morning now.


My cousins child has benefited tremendously from OSR1. For almost 3 years he was on near constant anti-fungal (yeast) treatment. SInce being on OSR for a number of months he has had one very short round of anti-fungal med.

This has been a huge improvement for him.

Theodore M. Van Oosbree

I tried OSR1 on my sons but did not note any particular benefit (my DAN doc told me he had seen only modest improvements in some users). It is also quite expensive (especially when dosed for two!). Perhaps Patricia Kane is correct - giving massive doses of anti-oxidants to autistics is like pouring water on a burned-out building (N.B.: I didn't have any luck with her program either)

Jack R.

You're so vain, I bet you think this post is about you, don't you.....


he he he :)
Good one:)


ORAC IS useful for something!

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