Surprising Best Sources of Food Antioxidants

It's well known that foods such as cranberries and blueberries contain high levels of antioxidants, but foods like artichokes and beans are among a growing variety of foods found to contain surprisingly high levels of these disease-fighting compounds, according to a new USDA study--the largest, most comprehensive analysis to date of the antioxidant content of commonly consumed foods. Along with blueberries and cranberries, pecans and even cinnamon are all excellent, although lesser-known,...

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