Busting Myths: Separating Fact from Fiction about Antioxidant-Rich Foods

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Fact 3 – More than just fruits and veggies

Another myth surrounding antioxidant-rich foods is that they’re limited to fruits and vegetables. While it’s true that many fruits and vegetables are packed with antioxidants, there are plenty of other options available. Green tea, for example, is a great source of catechins, a type of antioxidant that has been linked to various health benefits. Other examples include legumes, whole grains, and even some animal-based foods like fish and eggs. By diversifying our diet and including a variety of foods, we can increase our antioxidant intake without solely relying on fruits and vegetables.

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