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All cells in the human body use oxygen to break down the carbohydrates, fats, and proteins that give them energy. Just as a car creates exhaust as it burns fuel, metabolically active cells produce byproducts called free radicals. These are oxygen molecules that have lost one electron (a negatively charged particle) and seek to stabilise themselves by stealing an electron from a nearby molecule.