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If vegetables are not his favorite saint and has trouble entering them into your diet, try to make popcorn and whole grains. According to a study endorsed by the American Chemical Society (ACS), these two foods provide large amounts of antioxidants.

In particular, two products that contain antioxidants are polyphenols, also found in fruits, vegetables, red wine and chocolate. These ingredients can reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease and cancer.

"The previous analysis assumed that the fiber was the active ingredient responsible for producing all the benefits of whole grain foods, such as reducing the risk of cancer and cardiovascular disease," says Joe Vinson, a research leader and chemist at the University Scranton, United States. The new study shows, however, that these products contain per gram amounts of antioxidants similar to those of fruits and vegetables, which explains its healthy effects.

According to Dr. Vinson, the nutritional value of popcorn could be explained by the antioxidant is protected corn during the drying process of seed. And when you blow to create the dove, you only lose a small amount of polyphenols.

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