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The Three Most Effective Antioxidants

Iliana AngelovaIliana Angelova
Nadia Galinova
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Nadia Galinova
lycopene is a powerful antioxidant

Protecting cells from oxidative stress and free radicals is essential for our overall health. This important task is assigned to antioxidants.

Indeed, a healthy and strong organism can deal with free radicals on its own, but the presence of interfering factors such as the presence of diseases, polluted air, smoking, taking medications, consuming processed foods, pesticides and others require antioxidants, to ensure a good health condition of the body.

Which 3 antioxidants are most useful for maintaining the body?


Astaxanthin is considered the most powerful antioxidant in nature. It is found in the form of microalgae, which are known by Japanese women to maintain the skin and slow down aging.

However, the benefits of this antioxidant go beyond looking good. It supports the normal function of the cardiovascular system, nerves and immunity, lowers the risks of heart attack, reduces the level of triglycerides. By reducing bad cholesterol, C-reactive protein levels, it fights inflammatory processes in the body, improves eye sight and protects against anemia. For the protection of the whole cell, you can rely on this antioxidant.

Vitamins C and E

Vitamin E is a very effective antioxidant

Other powerful antioxidants that are also widely available are vitamins C and E. Vitamin C supports the synthesis of collagen and keeps the skin young and fresh, stimulates immunity, regulates blood pressure, supports the functions of lungs and guards against tumors.

Vitamin E takes care of the transport of oxygen in the body, lowers bad cholesterol levels and supports the immune and endocrine systems.


Lycopene is also an excellent antioxidant. It reduces the risk of prostate cancer, protects against premature aging and diseases such as diabetes and Alzheimer's disease. The characteristic of this strong antioxidant is that its qualities increase after heat treatment. For example, pureed tomatoes are more valuable in this respect than raw ones.

Foods containing strong antioxidants are green tea, black and hibiscus tea, spices such as turmeric, cinnamon and thyme. Of the fruits and vegetables, we can trust the pomegranate, the elderberry, the artichoke, the tomato, the rose hip.

For lovers of sweet delights there is also an option and that is dark chocolate.

Daily consumption of foods with antioxidants will ensure the normal function of the body and this will also improve health.