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Antioxidants In Processed Foods

By TimeSeal Cosmetics

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Take a stroll down the aisles of your local grocery store and the word “antioxidant” pops out at you everywhere – juices, energy bars, chocolates.

Experts recommend that you head over to the produce aisle and stock up on the original antioxidant heavy hitters, which include fresh berries, spinach, red peppers and a host of other fruits and vegetables to get the 9 to 13 daily servings of fruits and vegetables that government guidelines now recommend. Since most fruits and vegetables do not come with nutrition labels, think dark and deep for antioxidant-rich food!

If you find it hard to get your 9 to 13 servings of fruits and vegetables, I recommend Juice Plus as it is a whole-foods based concentrate that has been cryo-evaporated (meaning the enzymes, minerals and vitamins in the fruit or vegetable have not been removed as it is when we cook vegetables at high temperatures) to fit in a capsule form.  Juice Plus is also the most thoroughly researched supplement than all others on the market. Visit www.sealtimewithjuiceplus.com for more information.



Published on Aug 11, 2012

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