What do all good foods have in common? Antioxidants.

Antioxidant Foods reverse the aging process and ward off chronic disease with an abundance of antioxidants. The body is like a piece of fruit. If you cut an apple in half and put lemon juice on one half and leave the other plain you will see very quickly why antioxidants help preserve our health.  Without proper antioxidants our body begins to break down on a cellular level. This is called “Free Radical Damage”. Antioxidants neutralize free radicals and keep our body healthy like the apple soaked in lemon juice.

Antioxidant Foods

 

Blueberries have a great reputation in the health food community due to their phytonutrient punch. By that I mean that they have an unusually high ORAC rating. And by that I mean that they are chock full of antioxidants.  Read More…

Raspberries are nutrient dense. They contain a spectrum of phytonutrients that work together to reduce inflammation and also neutralize free radicals.  Just one cup of raspberries have significant anti-inflammatory and antioxidant power in only 64 calories.  Read More…

Cranberries contain a combination of antioxidant phytonutrients. Their All Star line up of antioxidants contain a huge variety of health benefits. The more research is done of this little berry, the more evidence that pours out.   Read More…


 

Strawberries have a long list of antioxidants that work together to neutralize free radicals. They include Anthocyanins, Flavonols, Hydroxy-benzoic acids, Hydroxy-cinnamic acids, and Tannins. They reduce the oxidation of fats in our blood cells to reduce circulating fats and bad cholesterol. Read More…

Cherries can help you avoid many common health problems. They can reduce inflammation, lower cholesterol, and reduce belly fat. A real antioxidant powerhouse. Read More…

Healthy Dark Chocolate is one of the worlds most potent antioxidant foods. Cocoa in it’s raw form is considered extremely healthy and beneficial. Dark Chocolate packs the most punch because it has more cocoa. Read More…


 

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