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Antioxidants: Food or Supplement?

Antioxidants protect your cells from damage and may help lower your risk of cancer and heart disease.

Studies show that taking high doses of antioxidant supplements can be harmful.

Therefore, eat foods that are rich in antioxidants, such as:

Fruits Veggies Nuts
Beans/Legumes
Berries Red Cabbage Walnuts
Kidney Beans
Apples Red Leaf Lettuce Almonds
Edamame (Soy beans)
Pears Broccoli Pecans Lentls

 

Tips to include antioxidants in your daily diet:cereal

Include fresh berries & nuts in your cereal or smoothie

Add cabbage and broccoli to your salad

Snack on nuts or fresh fruit

Use beans instead of meat or add to your salad for a healthy protein

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