Polyphenols1,2 (also known as phenolics) are phytochemicals, natural plant chemicals with powerful antioxidant properties. There are over 8,000 identified polyphenols found in foods such as tea, wine, chocolates, fruits and vegetables. Antioxidants3 — which in addition to polyphenols include carotenoids and allyl sulfides — help protect your cells from free radical damage, thereby controlling general aging and disease potential. Read more
Friday, October 13, 2017
Eat More Purple Foods for Cancer Prevention
Dr. Joseph Mercola says that eating more purple foods prevents cancer and promotes gut and heart health.