Harvard Heart Letter

Use food to hold off vascular damage

Antioxidants from food-not from pills-can protect arteries and other tissues from damage caused by highly reactive compounds created when oxygen combines with other molecules. Colorful fruits and vegetables are great sources of antioxidants.

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