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The Top 20 Antioxidant-Packed Foods

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  • I had a veggie dinner with black beans, yellow rice, green beans and a tomato, cucumber salad. It was delicious and healthy. - 10/28/2016 8:09:33 PM
  • One cup of blueberries every morning in my shake. YUM. - 8/16/2016 4:45:55 AM
  • Guess I did alright today - I had wild blueberries in my smoothie and pinto beans in my chili. - 3/24/2016 11:53:45 PM
  • I like the fiber benefit that I get from beans and have to remember to take the fiber count away from the carbs, and that makes the whole picture look better and myself feel better too!! - 12/7/2015 10:44:01 AM
  • I don't use lemon juice for the fruit. I have found that canned pineapple with juice, keeps my fruits much fresher than the lemon juice. Give it a try. - 11/24/2015 9:15:00 PM
  • I agree with Woubbie's comment. Also the need for updating.

    I still reckon the best way to go is moderation while getting as wide a variety as possible - especially given the disclaimer in the article that the highest antioxidant providers do not necessarily provide the overall best nutrition. - 10/27/2015 5:14:05 PM
  • Organic dried beans, properly soaked/sprouted, rinsed and boiled till tender are cheaper, healthier, more easily digested and BPA-free. They are heavy on carbs, though.

    I do think it is odd to list blueberries twice, and beans several times. Some of the fruits are on EWG's Dirty Dozen list, so I buy organic to reduce pesticide intake. - 9/29/2015 9:58:52 AM
  • Very disappointed in SP's use of graphics for lists and such. As a blind user of SP I am not able to read such lists. I wanted to do this as part of the fit food challenge and not sure of the entire list. Got the gist of the list from the recipe suggestions, but.... Can't you just use text in articles? Thanks. - 9/17/2015 11:50:45 AM
  • ETHELMERZ
    Nutrition Action says anti oxidants has not shown, over time, to be the "power house" that they thought and hoped it would be, does not cure anything, for one thing, researchers are disappointed in latest findings. Companies that sell supplements don't tell you that, would lose a lot of business . Billion Dollar business, don't forget it. - 8/17/2015 4:50:58 AM
  • MICHAELLEARNS
    Hi Liza and thank you for this helpful article. It really helps to know which food have anti-oxidant properties for, you know, a lot people die of cancer every single day. Your article can be a real lifesaver. Please, recommend this idea to your other readers too. Mil fois. http://bit.ly/eating_healthy - 7/30/2015 12:27:19 PM
  • TONYD55
    No mention of chia seeds? They are the real powerhouse. - 4/13/2015 10:55:28 AM
  • WHERE IS ALL THIS TALK ABOUT ANTIOXIDANTS ARE NOT AS GOOD FOR YOU AS THEY THOUGHT? I DON'T BELIEVE THAT AT ALL. I WOULD JUST LIKE TO KNOW WHERE THAT IS COMING FROM. I HAVE NEVER READ THAT AND I READ A LOT ABOUT WHAT IS HEALTHY AND GOOD FOR YOU. PHYL32 - 4/12/2015 10:27:32 PM
  • ETHELMERZ
    Too bad they are finding out anti oxidants are not really the "miracle" they hoped they would be, researchers say they expected more from anti oxidants than what is being found out. Don't expect cures of disease from them, and don't go crazy spending tons of money on those foods. - 4/12/2015 8:21:00 AM
  • MABLEMONSTER
    Dzpups dried beans have less sodium and better for u then canned - 4/12/2015 7:08:44 AM
  • I love everything on this list except black beans and artichokes. Maybe I'll have to learn to like them. - 1/24/2015 11:20:54 AM

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