29 Foods and Herbs to Boost Creativity


 

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Antioxidants keep our cells healthy by protecting them from free radical damage. This is especially true in the brain as well as the rest of our body. Antioxidants also boost our immunity, which can keep us from getting sick. That's a huge bonus, especially if we're looking to avoid listless time spent on the couch. Try these foods rich in a variety of potent antioxidants including vitamin C, E and beta carotene:

16.  Berries – any kind will do!
17.  Citrus fruits
18.  Dark leafy green vegetables (kale, chard, mustard greens)
19.  Broccoli
20.  Beets
21.  Yams
22.  Squash
23.  Chocolate (yes, really. The dark stuff, or better yet, the raw stuff.)
24.  Wheatgrass
25.  Spirulina
26.  Maca
27.  Ginseng
28.  Bee pollen
29.  Green tea

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By Jill Ettinger| August 16, 2017
Categories:  Care
Keywords:  CareHealthy Mind

About the Author

Jill Ettinger

Jill Ettinger

Jill Ettinger is a freelance journalist and marketing specialist primarily focused on the organic and natural industries, she bridges her love for changing the food system with her lifelong passion for writing and connecting people in their shared values. You can connect with Jill on Twitter and Instagram.

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