7 Antioxidant-Rich Foods To Reduce Inflammation

Wild blueberries

The purple-blue anthocyanin molecules that give them their color may prevent cardiovascular disease, cancer, and diabetes.


Tomatoes provide antioxidants whether you slice, sauce, or sauté them. Lycopene, vitamin C, beta-carotene, and several flavonoids are found in these red fruits.

Green tea

Green tea is antioxidant-rich. It has excellent health advantages whether you drink it hot or cold. According to 2017 research, green tea catechins fight cancer and inflammation.


You may not know that this common vitamin is a powerful antioxidant that may lessen your risk of cardiovascular disease, stroke, vascular dysfunction, and several malignancies.


Spinach is recognized for its iron and vitamin K, but it has many more minerals. Kaempferol, quercetin, lutein, and zeaxanthin are antioxidants in spinach.


 It fights inflammation using chlorogenic, caffeic, ferulic, and n-coumaric acids. Coffee has more of these antioxidants than green tea and red wine, according to one study.

Dark chocolate

Antioxidants are increased in darker chocolate with more cocoa. If you can't handle super-dark chocolate's bitterness, choose one with 70% cocoa or more.

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