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

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Myth 1 – Supplements vs. whole foods

One common myth is that antioxidant supplements are just as effective as consuming antioxidant-rich whole foods. While supplements may seem like a convenient option, research suggests that they may not provide the same benefits as whole foods. Whole foods contain a complex combination of nutrients and phytochemicals that work synergistically to provide health benefits. Additionally, supplements may not be regulated as rigorously as whole foods, leading to inconsistencies in quality and effectiveness. It’s always best to focus on obtaining antioxidants from whole foods whenever possible.

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