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Antioxidants play an important role in the prevention of various diseases and soothing the effects of aging. Here is a list of 10 of 10 foods that are richest in antioxidants.

Oxidative stress is a very common problem today. Nutrition habits that contain very few vitamins, cigarette smoke, environmental pollution, UV rays, too much inadequate physical exertion and so on can increase the amount of free radicals that the body has to fight. The result of this is the appearance of oxidative stress against which the body fights with antioxidants. Herbalife Frullato on this page!

Forest Fruits – A Treasure Trove of Antioxidants
Strawberries, raspberries, cranberries and the like are rich in vitamins and mineral salts. Dieta Herbalifeproducts here.

Broccoli and Cabbage Protect Against Tumors
The second spot in terms of antioxidant wealth are vegetables such as broccoli, cabbage etc. They are very precious in the prevention of tumors, especially in the digestive tract. Because of the high carotenoid content, they help with the prevention of some cardiovascular diseases such as arteriosclerosis.

Tomatoes for Prostate Problems
Tomatoes are rich in carotenoids, especially lycopene, which diminishes the risk of some tumors (especially prostate tumors). If the tomatoes are processed and consumed in the form of sauce or juice, the absorption of lycopene is made easier.

Black Grapes Protect the Heart and Arteries
If taken in fruit form or as a juice, it can be an important source of antioxidants. A glass of red wine contains enough antioxidants to protect the hear and arteries from diseases.

Garlic Controls Cholesterol
A great antioxidant that can help with the prevention of cardiovascular diseases, high cholesterol and some tumors.

Spinach – Excellent for Eyesight
Rich in lutein, which is an antioxidant from the group of carotenoids. Research shows that people who regularly consume spinach usually have better eyesight as well.

Tea for the Prevention of Degenerative Diseases
After water, tea is the drink that is most consumed. It is rich in antioxidants and flavonoids, because of which it is important in the battle against chronic degenerative diseases.

Carrots in the Fight Against Free Radicals
They are rich in beta carotene and are recommended for daily consumption.

Soy is Useful During Menopause
Soy is one of the cornerstones of the antioxidant diet. It is rich in isoflavones, and so are recommended for women going through menopause.