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I have read several articles that indicate both blueberrie and wine are good antioxidants (as long as it is not too much wine)
Most dark fruits and berries are a good source; also, green or white tea, acai, pomegranate....
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)
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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.
Apples, recommending to drink plenty of water to wash it down.
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,
I have heard that pomegranates and watermelons are very good antioxidants. I eat watermelon once a week
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
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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
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