Benefits of Polyphenols

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Polyphenols are phytochemicals naturally found in plants that help keep them
strong and viable. When eaten, they have an antioxidant and
antiinfammatory effect on the body. Try adding more polyphenols into your diet and see how you feel. 

Herbs and Spices
Caraway, celery seed (dried), cinnamon, cloves, common sage, curry (powder), ginger (dried), Mexican oregano, parsley (dried), peppermint (dried), red chicory, rosemary (dried), spearmint (dried), star anise, sweet basil (dried), and thyme.

Fruits and Vegetables
Apples, blueberries, broccoli, carrots, elderberries, grapes, lettuce, raspberries, strawberries, and tomatoes

Cacao, cocoa powder, dark chocloate, flaxseed meal, olive oil, olives.

Beer, wine, coffee, tea (black, green, oolong).

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