Look at the colors on your plate. If your food is brown or beige in color, it probably has low antioxidant levels. foods with rich colors that are usually red or purple; For example: add kale, beets and berries.
Use turmeric, cumin, oregano, ginger, cloves, and cinnamon to boost the flavor and antioxidant content of your meals.
Use nuts, seeds, especially sunflower seeds and dried fruits. But choose those without sugar or salt.
Antioxidants can protect against cell damage caused by free radicals, called oxidative stress, and various researches have indicated that one of the benefits of antioxidants is that by strengthening the body’s immune system, it reduces the risk of some diseases.