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5 Healthy Berries to Eat By the Handful

5 Healthy Berries to Eat By the Handful

By Monica Bologna

Berries are not only berry delicious (corny pun intended) they are the antioxidant kings and are very important to our health. If there is one thing you should consume on a regular basis, it is definitely lots of berries!

Antioxidants that are contained in berries help fight against the free radicals that can lead to things like cancer. They are also vital for the health of your skin and hair. Antioxidants also reduce inflammation and slow the effects of aging.

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With all these wonderful benefits, it is important to start incorporating all these healthy berries into your diet … starting now.

This article is reposted with permission from Eco News Network.

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