March 2006 Issue

Antioxidant Allies Abound: Where to Look, Surprising Food Sources

The allure of antioxidants—those hot-shot defenders against attacks by menacing free radicals—faded somewhat when recent research indicated they might not be all they were stacked up to be. But while the tide may be turning against high doses of antioxidant supplements, enthusiasm for antioxidant-laden foods has not dimmed.

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