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Along with eating foods rich in antioxidants, cut back or eliminate foods that have been associated with the creation of free radicals, such as refined carbohydrates, sugars, processed meats (like sausage, bacon and salami), red meat, deep-fried foods, and too much alcohol. Itís also wise to avoid smoking.

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