Antioxidants offer a whole host of benefits. However it is not limited to helping the body get rid of dangerous free radicals.
Free radicals can interfere with the body’s regular functions.
It may be the healthiest substance that you’ve never heard of. 1oz of wheatgrass juice is thought to be nutritionally equivalent to consuming 2.2 lbs of leafy green vegetables. Additionally it has an incredibly high vitamin content. As a matter of fact, consider the many health benefit of regularly ingesting wheatgrass:
- Improves the digestive system
- Prevents diabetes and heart disease
- Cures constipation
- Detoxifies heavy metals from the blood stream
- Helps to make menopause more manageable
- Promotes general well being
Enjoy a fresh shot of wheatgrass as the start of a healthy day.
Pomegranate is a disease-fighting antioxidant. Not to mention, this superfood offers natural protection against osteoarthritis and cancer.
Find pomegranate as a 100% pure juice blended with blueberry or in a Fresh Infused Iced Tea. It is also found in the Pomegranate Punch Fresh Pure Smoothie. Get it in the Acai Mega Berry Fresh Super Smoothie too.
These dark and dense berries have been traditionally used for digestive issues.
Most recently it’s claim to fame is that it is one of the most powerful antioxidants. Acai is also purported to prevent inflammation, heart disease, and cancer.
To add acai to your healthy diet, ask for an Acai Mega Berry Fresh Super Smoothie or Acai Fresh Power Bowl.
Pitaya is commonly known as a dragon fruit. This beautiful white and black speckled fruit contains a lot of phytonutrients. It is also super rich in antioxidants. It helps rid the body of free radicals and protects against cancer. Not only is Pitaya a good source of vitamins it is also good for heart health. Moreover, it helps to decrease bad cholesterol levels.
Try the Pitaya Passion Fresh Super Smoothie. The Pitaya Fresh Power Bowl also serves up this healthy antioxidant.
Amp up your antioxidant intake at FRESH Cafe. Come by and try one of our power bowls now.