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They all contain major antioxidants. And the more different types of fruits and vegetables you eat – the better. Because people who get a variety of produce – and therefore a variety of antioxidants – have greater health benefits. So try eating more of these 3…

Grapefruit: The antioxidants in grapefruit, the ones that make it bitter, may help treat diabetes! They break down the fatty acids in your liver the same way diabetes drugs do.

Cranberries: They have antimicrobial properties – which means they protect you from infections. They also reduce the risk of plaque buildup in the arteries – and help prevent the growth of some cancer cells.

Finally, have more garlic. It lowers blood pressure and prevents certain cancers. It also lowers bad cholesterol – reducing your risk of heart disease.