Antioxidants protect the body from free radicals which can play a role in heart disease, cancer, and other conditions. Follow the links below to find WebMD's comprehensive coverage about how antioxidants work, where they come from, why they are beneficial, and much more.
Heart Disease and Antioxidants, Vitamin E, and Beta-Carotene
Find out what you need to eat to make sure you get plenty of heart-healthy antioxidants.
Breakfast Ideas: Carrot-Cake Oatmeal, Skillet Granola, Nutty Waffles, and More
Get breakfast ideas that are delicious and also good for your heart health. Includes carrot-cake oatmeal, skillet granola, and more.
Super Foods for Optimal Health
Adding antioxidant-rich fruits and vegetables to your daily diet will strengthen your ability to fight infection and disease. WebMD explains.
Black Tea: Health Uses and Risks
WebMD explains the protective benefits and the risks of black tea.
Blackberries Are a Fruit Full of Fiber and Flavor
Blackberries are bursting with fiber and flavor. They should be one of your go-to fruits.
Pecans: Antioxidant-Packed Nuts
tasty tree nuts make for a popular pie filling, but they’re also a top source of antioxidants and may lower cholesterol. Get the nutritional facts on pecans and a healthy recipe.
The Amazing Artichoke
Don't let its thorny exterior intimidate you. The humble artichoke offers a bounty of flavor and nutrition -- especially in our artichoke spinach gratin.
Health Tip: Try Tea for a Healthy Resolution
For disease-fighting antioxidants, tea is hard to beat. Black tea and green tea have the most health-boosting effects,- but green tea seems to be especially beneficial.
Keeping Your Immune System Healthy
Your immune system attacks foreign invaders with specialized white blood cells. Find out how to use diet and exercise to help.
The Truth About Coffee
Can the secret of good health be found in a cup of joe? Not completely, but research is showing it's a good start.
Dark Chocolate: Heart-Healthy Benefits
Could chocolate be good for you? We knock down the myths about chocolate and explore its heart-healthy benefits.
The Health Benefits of Tea
It doesn't take all the tea in China to reap its health benefits--about three cups a day will do you.
Slideshows & Images
Slideshow: All About Antioxidants
They’re sometimes seen as a kind of magic bullet for our health problems. Find out more about what antioxidants can do for your health.
Slideshow: Seeds for Your Healthy Diet
They’re not just for the birds. Seeds are a tasty, healthy way to spruce up breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
Slideshow: Improve Your Immunity
When your immune system is strong, you have a better chance of fighting off colds and other infections. Read these tips to strengthen your immunity.
Slideshow: Foods for Healthy, Supple Skin
Want softer, supple skin? The skin care nutrients in this WebMD slideshow can help your skin stay healthy -- from the inside out.