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what are some foods rich in antioxidants?

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Dr. Valentin Drezaliu
Obstetrics and Gynecology 20 years experience
Antioxidants: Vegetables and fruits contains antioxidants. The more color the fruit holds, higher the content of antioxidants.Red grapes, acai fruits, plum, blueberries, cranberry, black beans, hot peppers also have antioxidants properties.Brocolli, spinach, beets, onions, eggplant. I named just a few, online lots of usefull resources for this topic
Dr. Timothy Fuller
Dr. Timothy Fulleranswered
General Practice 10 years experience
Many!: Berries, fruits, and vegetables are among the best sources for antioxidants. Some excellent choices include: blueberries, cranberries, apples, pears, spinach, potatoes (with peel), broccoli, kidney beans, walnuts, green tea, etc. The mayo clinic answers this question and provides a more expansive list at the following link: http://www.Mayoclinic.Org/medical-edge-newspaper-2009/jun-05b.Html.

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Are there any antioxidants in seeds?

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Dr. Paul Cohen
Family Medicine 28 years experience
Yes...: Muscadine grape seeds; sesame seeds, are potent sources of anti-oxidants. Ask your doctor(or the local health food store) for more information.
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What are some advantages to taking antioxidants?

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Dr. Pedro Hernandez
Geriatrics 40 years experience
Anti aging/antichole: In theory cells will live longer (retard aging) and prevent atherosclerosis ( prevent heart attacks and strokes & associated illnesses).
A 41-year-old member asked:

Is there a difference between antioxidants in different foods?

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Dr. Philip Rosenblum
Family Medicine 28 years experience
Probably: There was a recent dutch study done to try to investigate the benefits of different types of fruits and vegetables, which they grouped by color. The "white fruits, " including apples and pears, showed a very strongly positive benefit in reduction of the risk of stroke. The authors found that other fruit groups might have different benefits that weren't specifically tracked in that study.
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Where do we find the most antioxidants?

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Dr. Albert Pizzo
Family Medicine 60 years experience
Anti-oxidants: Most anti-oxidants that we eat are found in densely colored foods such as: fruits, berries, vegetables , and some spices.
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Would like to have explanation of foods that are rich in antioxidants?

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Dr. Edward Kuhnley
Child Psychiatry 45 years experience
Many: Sources: berries, beans, fruits, vegetables, green tea, coffee, red wine, many fruit juices, nuts, herbs (ground cloves, cinnamon, ginger, oregano, turmeric powder), grains (especially old-based products), & dark chocolate. It is highly recommended to consume whole foods rather than take supplements. Antioxidants add to general health regardless of illness but medical care is necessary for specifi.

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