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Antioxidants – The Magic Bullet for Every Body
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Antioxidants – The Magic Bullet for Every Body

Who knew that something that you can't see, touch, taste, or hear could do so much for your body? Antioxidants are little miracle workers that offer strong allies in the fight against diseases like cancer, diabetes, and diseases of the heart. But how?

It's like this: when our bodies do simple tasks like breaking down food or exercising, they produce free radicals. These little buggers roam around our bodies and damage cells left and right. To fix and even prevent this damage from causing long-term side effects, it is crucial that you incorporate the highest quality antioxidant foods into your diet on a daily basis. Here are a few that not only taste great but are also loaded with antioxidant benefits.


Berries aren't just sweet, juicy, and delicious; they are a great way to incorporate antioxidants into your daily diet. Blueberries, cranberries, acai berries, raspberries, strawberries, and blackberries are all excellent sources and can be eaten for breakfast, lunch, and snacks.

Other Fruits

Don't think that berries are the only antioxidant-rich fruits. There is a nearly endless variety to choose from including Granny Smith apples, plums, pomegranates, citrus fruits, currants, pineapple, and kiwi.


Nuts are a great snack and a nice way to get your antioxidants. Walnuts, pecans, sunflower seeds, and even organic and freshly ground peanut butter all pack huge amounts of antioxidants.


While not as potent in the antioxidant department as fruits are, vegetables, especially kale, has some of the highest antioxidant values available. If you aren't a lover of kale, you can always try beets, Brussels sprouts, red bell pepper, broccoli florets, onions, and eggplants, just to name a few.


Even meat is an excellent source of antioxidants. Fish, organic chicken, and lean red meats have substantial amounts of selenium and zinc - two good sources of antioxidants.


If you like to drink your berries, you're in luck because high quality berry drinks are also a good source of antioxidants. For an even healthier source, try green tea. Packed with flavanoids, green tea is an excellent morning drink to get your day started.


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