Antioxidants are compounds that occur naturally in many plants, fruits and vegetables. And thanks to the supplement industry — a multi billion dollar one, at that — they also come in the form of pills, despite the lack of scientific evidence that shows their efficacy. It's true your body needs certain vitamins and nutrients. It's also true you can get plenty from your healthy, balanced diet. So why take a pill when you can eat a banana?
Antioxidants: Eat A Fruit, Not a Pill
By Ana-Marija Dolaskie — March 9, 2017
Ana-Marija Dolaskie is the Director of Video Production at the American Council on Science and Health. She received her degree in Broadcast Journalism from Columbia College in Chicago. She also always looks that happy while she's working.