Antioxidant Foods

Antioxidant Foods

If you're looking for good sources of antioxidants, those compounds that may help protect against cancer and heart disease, try eating more fruits and vegetables. The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) says the best foods are cranberries, blueberries, Russet potatoes, pecans, red beans and red kidney beans, pinto beans, cooked artichokes and apples. The spices cinnamon and cloves also contain antioxidants, the USDA says.

 
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