What nutrients have antioxidant properties?
Vitamin C is a strong antioxidant.
Most fruits and berries.
Apples, Citrus Fruits, Carambole (Commonly known as StarFruit)
Blueberries are in particular a good source of antioxidants.
In general, any antioxidant such as vitamin A, C, E or coenzyme-Q10 can be referred to as "anti-inflamatory". However, whether such basic biological properties translate into real benefits in people has shown mixed results in controlled studies involving supplementation. Supplements are no replacement for antioxidant-rich fruits and vegetables.
If the soil has physical and chemical properties that are beneficial to plant growth, they are considered rich soils. The physical properties include texture, structure (the way individual soil particles hold together) and drainage. Chemical properties include the amount of plant available nutrients, pH and cation exchange capacity (CEC) which is a measure of how well the soil holds some nutrients, yet keeps those nutrients available to plants. Both physical and chemical properties can usually…
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Cook tomatoes for as long as you possibly can. The longer you cook them for the better they taste. The act of cooking tomatoes also increases the health benefits they have. Tomatoes are a good source of lycopene, the phytochemical which makes them red but which also has significant antioxidant properties. Research has shown that this antioxidant power can be boosted even more through the of cooking the tomatoes.