Hello, my name is Dr. Julia Tatum Hunter from Holistic Dermatology. We're here to talk about are all antioxidants fat soluble. The short answer would be, no. There are fat soluble ones and those are the ones that go into the cell and in the cell membranes. And then, there are water soluble ones that live in the blood and also in the plasma. So, what are the fat soluble vitamins? That's vitamin A, vitamin E. And remember with vitamin E, you don't want to take alpha-tocopherol because it's more the gamma, the tocotrienols, the delta tocopherols, they're the ones that the body prefers. There's also CoQ10, there's Astaxanthin, there's also some zinc and selenium which help the antioxidants which are important. They're considered antioxidants, but they really aren't. Then there's water soluble antioxidants, that's vitamin C in particular. So, the more antioxidants the better, is really what it boils down to. Because life is an inflammatory event and inflammation is the cause of all disease and aging. So, the more antioxidants you take the better, but they have to be in the right chemical form and they also have to be in the right amount, the right concentration. So, when you just go to the store and get antioxidants, you may think you're getting therapy. But you don't have enough concentration to really be therapeutic. So, it's all about knowing what's the right concentration, more so than worrying about fat soluble versus water soluble. More is better, you need to take all of them.