Antioxidants in purple: Powers Residence

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Antioxidants in purple: Powers Residence
Foods with purple skin contain antioxidants, which protect cells from damage and heal damaged cells and. These foods promote eye health and helps prevent cancer, diabetes and stroke. They help to relax the blood vessels that has benefits for the heart and can lower LDL. Include fruits and vegetables purple four to five times a week.

The plums or prunes, blueberries, blackberries, blueberries and blackcurrants are good sources of anthocyanins – the darker the pigment, the greater the amount of antioxidants.

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