Antioxidant plants

Some time ago we told you that the antioxidants are substances capable of preventing cellular oxidation caused by the dreaded free radicals; something certainly fundamental, given that this oxidation accelerates aging, causing mutations in cells that could cause cancer or other degenerative diseases.

For this reason, it is very important that, in our daily diet, we always choose those foods that in one way or another are much more antioxidant than others.

If you opt for this type of food, also the Phytotherapy can be very helpful, since there are a number of plants rich in antioxidants that will help you (and a lot).

Plants rich in antioxidants

There are a total of three plants that stand out above many others because of their high content in antioxidants. They are the following:

  • Cat's claw: It is ideal when it comes to increasing the defenses, since it acts as an immune and immune stimulant. For this reason, it is used in different viral infections.
    It is also used in cases of cancers and tumors, in addition to helping against the side effects of chemotherapy.
  • Acerola: It is rich in antioxidants because it contains a significant amount of vitamin C; a fundamental nutrient for the proper functioning of our body.
  • White hawthorn: Help against heart and circulatory problems. It also protects from gallstones and kidney stones.

In Naturalternativa | Plants rich in antioxidants This article is published for informational purposes only. You can not and should not replace the consultation with a Nutritionist. We advise you to consult your trusted Nutritionist.

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