Many people know that blueberries and dark chocolate are good sources of antioxidants – natural substances that may protect your cells against free radicals, which research suggests play a role in chronic illnesses such as cancer and heart disease. It may be less well-known that broccoli and cauliflower are also good sources of antioxidants and help fight inflammation . . . Both veggies are good sources of an array of nutrients, but “what really makes these vegetables all-stars are their antioxidant content and anti-inflammatory properties,” Margaret Mangan ( a registered dietitian with UNC REX Nutrition Services and Diabetic Education Center in Raleigh, North Carolina).
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