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Well, it’s pretty simple! The most potent food sources for antioxidants happen to be berries (blueberries, blackberries, strawberries, etc.). But the list doesn’t stop there. Foods such as cherries, acai fruit, various teas, nuts, and seeds also pack many different antioxidants that your body needs to stay healthy.
Other foods that top the list as being antioxidant–rich include:
Red and Black Beans
Coffee (chlorogenic acid and other polyphenols)
And many other fruits and vegetables that may not be listed here
When you’re thinking about antioxidants, you naturally would think of fruits and vegetables. But many different herbs may also contain antioxidants. Herbs like cinnamon, turmeric, oregano, basil, and black pepper are all considered healing foods that are rich in specific antioxidants.
It’s important for you to remember:
Your Body Is Constantly Bombarded By Toxins, Pesticides, and Chemicals that Could Destroy the Healthy Cells in Your Body!
This is why it’s important to make sure that at every meal or snack, you include at least one or two antioxidant-rich foods to fully reap all the different health benefits.
If you do this one trick, you will provide your body with plenty of antioxidants to prevent any type of damage (like faster aging) from the free radicals that may be produced by your body.
Let’s give a quick recap:
Antioxidants are powerful nutrients that cut down on the damage associated with free radicals. That means there may be less chance for inflammation, which could aid in muscle repair, recovery, and rebuilding. This could lead to better muscle development to give you a leaner, stronger body with considerably less body fat.
As I mentioned before, antioxidants are just one piece to a complicated puzzle. But flooding your body with antioxidants may give you the lean, muscular, youthful (inflammation speeds up the aging process), and disease-free body that you’re looking for—no matter what age you are.