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Unformatted text preview: up 144 g 9,019 6 cranberry 1 cup whole 95 g 8,983 7 artichoke 1 cup hearts 84 g 7,904 8 blackberry 1 cup 144 g 7,701 9 raisin 1/2 cup 85 g 7,291 10 raspberry 1 cup 123 g 6,058 11 strawberry 1 cup 166 g 5,938 12 apple, Red Delicious 1 fruit 138 g 5,900 13 apple, Granny Smith 1 fruit 138 g 5,381 14 pecan 28.4 g (1 oz) 5,095 15 potato, russet raw 1 potato 369 g 4,882 16 cherry, sweet 1 cup 145 g 4,873 17 plum, black 1 fruit 66 g 4,844 18 potato, russet cooked 1 potato 299 g 4,649 19 black bean 1/2 cup 52 g 4,181 20 plum, red 1 fuit 66 g 4,118 Among the fruits studied, cranberries, blueberries, and blackberries ranked highest. But although some fruits and vegetables have a high antioxidant content, the body may not absorb all of it because of bioavailability, which is tied to the mechanical structure of antioxidants in food. antioxidants The bottom line is that the fruits and vegetables that have the highest pigmentations--darker, richer colors--have the highest levels of antioxidants. antioxidants. Pomegranate fruit has a very high content Pomegranate of naturally occur...
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