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what is a good antioxidant

  1. FutureRN profile image53
    FutureRNposted 8 years ago

    what is a good antioxidant

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    mtsi1098posted 8 years ago

    I have read several articles that indicate both blueberrie and wine are good antioxidants (as long as it is not too much wine)

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    sbeakrposted 8 years ago

    Most dark fruits and berries are a good source; also, green or white tea, acai, pomegranate....

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    Melanie1967posted 8 years ago

    Ten antioxidant rich fruits/ vegetables/ pulses are

    1. Small red bean
       2. Wild blueberry
       3. Red kidney bean (dried)
       4. Pinto bean
       5. Blueberry (cultivated)
       6. Cranberry (whole)
       7. Artichoke (cooked hearts)
       8. Blackberry
       9. Prune
      10. Raspberry

  5. the mlm dreamteam profile image54
    the mlm dreamteamposted 8 years ago

    A recent class of "super-antioxidants" more powerful than any others known called Xanthones have been found in the world's most powerful superfruit, Mangosteen, far superior to berries or other fruits such as Acai.

    Now the subject of hundreds of scientific papers and studies with over 100 confirmed effects to date, a U.S. based company, VEMMA, has combined the power of these Xanthones (40 of them are found in the Mangosteen fruit, principally in the pericarp or rind of the fruit) along with a full spectrum of 12 vitamins, 65 essential and trace minerals, aloe vera, and green tea to create a product just named by The Men's Journal magazine as the "Best Overall Liquid Nutritional and Antioxidant Health Product."

    One of the few natural health products with independent, randomized, double blind, placebo controlled clinical studies and recommended by leading U.S. and European doctors, the VEMMA Mangosteen product has an ORAC score of 115,000 (one of the highest ever tested) and has been featured in such publications as Esquire magazine.

    You can also get this same formula in their revolutonary, new product called Verve, the world's 1st healthy energy drink and just named 2009 Product of the Year by a leading fitness and health publication.

    Most exciting, they recently introduced a delicious tasting, liquid nutritional and antioxidant health product for kids 2-12 years of age that also features a fruit and vegetable blend, so if your kids are picky eaters, this is an easy way to make sure they get the necessary nutrients for good health and proper development. 

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  6. carolegalassi profile image62
    carolegalassiposted 8 years ago

    Green, black or oolong teas.

    There are three main varieties of tea -- green, black, and oolong. The difference between the teas is in their processing. Green tea is made from unfermented leaves and reportedly contains the highest concentration of powerful antioxidants called polyphenols. Antioxidants are substances that scavenge free radicals in our body.

  7. nikki1 profile image59
    nikki1posted 8 years ago

    Apples, recommending to drink plenty of water to wash it down.

  8. Misha A. profile image52
    Misha A.posted 8 years ago

    To answer you question, foods that have vitamin A and C are good. Eat completely healthy, while not putting any unheathy things in your body. Make water you source of Drink. Just yesterday, I had the symptoms of becomming ill, because I ate lots of fruit for breakfast, with water in between meals, and for dinner at lot of veggie. I didn't get sick, but got better instead.  Artichoke, garlic,carrots, beets, grounded flaxseeds, rasberry, avocado,

  9. edguider profile image64
    edguiderposted 8 years ago

    I have heard that pomegranates and watermelons are very good antioxidants. I eat watermelon once a week smile

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    Dominique Tengposted 8 years ago

    Try goji berries. They have one of the highest antioxidative potential. Just 20 grams of goji berries has the ORAC value of 25,300!
    To understand this fruit a bit better you can read my article:
    http://hubpages.com/hub/How-to-rejuvena … ji-Berries

    Wishing you a great health
    Dominique

  11. Images of Sound profile image60
    Images of Soundposted 8 years ago

    XANGO!  Xango is a powerful anti-oxidant drink that also has powerful anti-inflammatory properties.  Go to XANGO.COM and learn more.

  12. flaoutsider profile image60
    flaoutsiderposted 8 years ago

    one of the most favored antioxidants is accia berries  it is said to be one of the most readily acquired even in the local food stores

  13. hana86 profile image56
    hana86posted 7 years ago

    I think the best anti-oxidant is vitamin E.

  14. gulnazahmad profile image55
    gulnazahmadposted 7 years ago

    It has been known long that antioxidants can inhibit the growth of free radicals which can damage DNA of cell. During recent years great many researches have been conducted to know the benefits of antioxidants in our body. Antioxidants are reducing... read more

 
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