Today we’re going to be talking about 9 foods with the highest amount of antioxidants. Let’s increase your wellness. From nuts to berries, to even chocolate, we’re talking all that AND more.
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1. Raspberries – 00:35
2. Red Cabbage – 01:44
3. Strawberries – 02:34
4. Artichoke – 03:26
5. Walnuts – 04:22
6. Dark Chocolate – 05:37
7. Blueberries – 06:24
8. Spinach – 07:04
9. Kale – 08:01
When was the last time you had one of these? Raspberries are a terrific source of antioxidants. So terrific, we just had to start our list with them. A raspberry’s Vitamin C content is enough to make you stand back and think, “I need a little more of this in my life.”
2. Red Cabbage
This may be a left turn, but red cabbage has some of the same antioxidant effects as raspberries, plus more! While it may not be blessed with the same sweet taste raspberries enjoy, it’s still a wise food choice. Red cabbage has more than four times the amount of antioxidants as regular cabbage.
We’re well aware that red cabbage isn’t exactly a “treat” in most households. So let’s talk about something that is. Strawberries are among the most popular fruits out there, but the strength of their numerous antioxidants remains underappreciated.
Alright, we’re switching back over to another not-so-fun food. You may not be as familiar with artichokes as strawberries or cabbage, but I assure you it’s a food to watch out for in the antioxidant department.
Walnuts have the highest amount of antioxidants among all nuts. Twice as many in fact. The polyphenols in walnuts essentially go to war against the free radicals in your body. The walnut’s ellagic acid content reduces your risk of various cancers and heart disease.
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