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Blueberries are a superfood because they are The Oxidized Cholesterol Strategy Review  packed with anti-oxidants and phytonutrientss. Why are these important? Anti-oxidents help reduce free radicals in our bodies and are widely believed to help prevent heart disease and cancer. Phytonutrients are still undergoing research but it is known that they also help to reduce free radicals. It is also the fact that they are rich in phytonutrients that means although they do not contain significant amounts of vitamins C or E the body receives as much anti-oxident protection as if you had taken vitamin C and E. 

These little blue berries also contain potassium (an essential mineral for strengthening blood vessels) and vitamin C. It is this richness in vitamins and minerals that makes them a superfood and top choice for adding to a healthy diet. By adding blueberries to your diet you can help lower your risk of heart disease and cancer. Another amazing benefit is that they are also anti-inflammatory.

Another amazing benefit is the effect that they have on our brain. Research has shown that blueberries high quantities of phytonutrients help improve the communication between brain cells and can delay the onset of dementia and aging. When choosing your blueberries you need to look for the darker coloured berries as the darker the colour the more anti-oxidents they contain. Growing your own blueberries is relatively simple and will give you a fresh supply but the best part is you can also freeze them. Frozen and dried blueberries are just as beneficial to your health and diet as fresh.

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