• Focus on antioxidant-rich foods. In general, the deeper or brighter the colour of the food, the more antioxidants it contains. Foods that are rich in antioxidants include beets, carrots, kidney beans, broccoli, blueberries, dark chocolate, artichokes, and pecans.
  • Variety is key! Every vegetable, fruit, nut, and legume contains different types of antioxidants. The more different types of antioxidants we consume, the better equipped we are to address oxidative stress throughout the whole body.
  • Limit oxidative stress on the body. Anything that causes harm or burdens the body creates pro-oxidants that can cause damage to our DNA by oxidative stress. Protect yourself from UV rays, limit alcohol and processed foods, and use chemical-free personal and household products as much as possible.
  • Do a detox at least once per year to reduce toxic burden on the body, improve liver function, and shift the balance away from damaging oxidative stress.


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