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Top 25 Highest Polyphenol Rich Foods

What were you born yesterday. And yest Soy is poison for a body, go to U tube and call up how soy is made and comes from. Do we have spell it out for you, man oh man. And then you apply critical thinking to what you read. Was I born yesterday? A very rude reply.

Yes, you have to spell it out. However, in answer to his question, I have a soy allergy as do many people. I experienced vertigo for 3 weeks after eating deep fried tofu. Soy is hard to digest. Barbara, Yes you need not eat anything containing soy because it has an enzyme which humans cannot digest properly.

I believe it is best to stick with vegetables such as spinach, broccoli, butternut squash, garlic, onions, peas, carrots……. And limit all processed grains. Try to eat sprouted grain bread, rye bread. Good Luck with your conquest for healthy living and eating! Soak the beans and throw away the water and after washing, slow cook in the crackpot, season it, put some cilantro, cumin, other herbs according to your preference and taste.

If soy is so terrible, then why have huge nations thrived on diets that contain huge amounts of soy? Can you give a citation to any scientific research about this? Or are you just making up all this nonsense? Good luck with your conquest in healthy living and healthy eating! I found an article on the good benefits of polyphenols and will increase our diets but my husband has a constant stomach ache and bathroom problems and even though has been thru soooo many test the problems persist.

His diet is very limited to certain foods none of which are really bad except he consumes a large amount of sugar on shredded wheat cereal and bananas or strawberrys…other than that pretty basic diet..

Any info you can shed on his possible problem would help. I know it is NOT at all easy, but I would suggest he totally cuts out sugar. And yes have 1 cheat day a week having sugar. Taking a probiotic in pill form from the health food store may help with his stomach ache. Good luck with your research into healthy happy living!

I had gut issues for many many years because of a long history of taking antibiotics. The miracle food for me was slippery elm, it healed my gut. I took 4 capsules 3x a day for months, and once I was feeling way better, continued to take 2 every morning before breakfast, of a high quality brand. Eight years later, I still take 2 every morning, and probably will for the rest of my life! I have used probiotics and have found them to be very good for what I used them for.

I love my food and I am always eating. Then one day I noticed I was not eating very much at all and my appetite was near non, I was shocked and even friends and family noticed.

I went to my doctor and he told me to go on the probiotics and after awhile I think about 2 months I was starting to eat as normal, which considering I eat a lot maybe was not great hahahaha.

I stayed on them for 6 month and have not looked back, NOW I have to loose weight. I will be trying the slippery elm though that sounds good for the tummy. Thank you for the info and all take care.

I took a huge steaming shit this morning and that shitter was filled to the brim with polyphenols!!! And dat suka stank!!!! Sugar is harmful, have him add raisins to sweeten cereal. He may be celiac, if so he should not eat cereal or bread with gluten.

Exclude all foods from his diet that contain gluten. It looks like he has gluten intolerance or maybe he is celiac. Otherwise, to restore the gut flora, try him to have kefir every day. Kefir cured my 20 years digestion problems in just a couple of weeks. Check out this link: Fresh fruits and veggies, lean meats and wild caught fish, basically unprocessed foods. Walk or exercise 30 minutes a day. No smoking or drinking alcohol. Eliminate sugar, honey, maple syrup or other sweets that raise insulin, and use herbs and spices for flavor.

No aspirins, or other drugs. Lots of pure water is good before meals maybe with a touch of lemon or lime juice. I believe you forgot the two highest! I also found a few others on my search that were not on your list. Therefore in practical terms, you can consume most polyphenols from these foods. I want to thank you for the list of polyphenols. I have been eating polyphenols in the past without knowing what they they were polyphenols.

You have extended my list which I find very informatine. A Sample of what a day or two would look like showing the foods to eat with polyphenols the main focus. I always knew red wine was good for such, as well as Strawberries and black berries. I eat much Spinach to help my iron intake, but moving forward I will consume these foods in abundance.

I avoid it completely. It is a gmo form poison. The berries are good resveratrol, green teas, black and purple berries. Pomegranetes, mulberry, elderberry ect.

The berries from these toxic species will give stomach ache, vomiting and diarrhea. The only safe one to eat is Sambucus nigra and still then the berries need to be cooked.

You can order dried Sambucus nigra berries online, but these still need to be cooked in some way. Often syrups, cordials and wines are made from cooked berries. The seeds, stems, leaves and roots are all toxic in all species of Sambucus. Again from my reading, regarding iron depletion, it is only when polyphenols are taken in excess that iron depletion is an issue.

This is only generally from a supplement form rather than food form. My friend in finger lakes region New York makes the best tasting elderberry wine from the wide elderberries they pick.

Thank you for this informative site. I am 59 and need help eating foods that help rid high blood pressure and high cholesterol. The highest antioxidant foods is what I am wanting to consume along with other healthy foods. I really want to stay away from any soy products since they are destructive to the digestive system. Any help is greatly appreciated. Yes, these foods are very healthy especially when you want to avoid lectins. I would like to eat more garlic but do not want to look like or smell like garlic.

I do cook with real garlic. Do not want to take a supplement. Hi can you recomend me a fantastic red wine with no alcohol and no sugar I live in montreal anada where is the best red wine noalcohol and no sugar added thank you.

See these lower sugar version http: I am not sure how you measure top 25, but it is different from a journal published from the European Journal. I just watched Dr. I watched that also…very interesting product but I am sure it can be done with eating all the good things he mentioned , taking care regarding lectins. A good amount of the polyphenols is better then none? A lot of larger grocery stores have in their fresh food section some clear plastic cups of up to a quart in size of polyphenols.

So to get them in your system faster, what if you put a cup of them in your blender with water or yogurt? I cheat and put in a little sugar only 15 calories in a teaspoon. You list soy products. I was under the impression, that soy is high in lectins. It has many benefits. Tea is a natural gift that is rich in antioxidants. It also contains vital vitamins and minerals such as calcium, manganese, copper, carotin, selenium, and potassium, as well as vitamin A,vitamin B,vitamin C,vitamin E and vitamin K.

Additionally, it contains folic acid, niacin amide and other detoxifying alkaloids. It is developed in semi-fermented processing, providing the oolong tea with numerous polyphenolic compounds, adding even more valuable health benefits to oolong tea. Oolong tea also contains caffeine and theophylline and theobromine which are similar to caffeine which on consumption may stimulate nervous system. The polyphenol compound found in oolong tea is very effective in controlling the metabolism of fat in the body.

It activates certain enzymes, thereby enhancing the functions of fat cells in the body. It is commonly believed that daily consumption of oolong tea can reduce obesity.

More widespread studies need to be done on humans, but early studies are very promising. In one animal study, mice that were given polyphenols in addition to a high-fat and high-sugar diet still showed a decline in overall body weight and fat index. Some earlier studies actually showed that the caffeine content was the active ingredient behind the weight loss, but it now appears to be mainly due to polyphenols.

Apparently, the active components in oolong tea make fat work for you! Thanks for listing foods easily found in supermarkets. Are GM foods also rich in antioxidants? Does polyphenols good for people with heart diseases? Like to find out more of the foods and if they are good substitutes for or can used in conjunction with Fomap diets due to my severe IBS.

Thank you very much for the list of foods that have polyphenols in them. I also copied the honorable mentioned in the top 50 I was hoping for more of the top 50 so I could balance my diet off with more of the right veggies.

Yes could I be cheeeeeeeeecky too and say it would be lovely to have the spicey pumpkin cake recipe. Thank you again for going to the trouble to put all this info on the web for us. For years going to Doctors and medication, I was never put on an elimination diet.

About a year and ahalf ago my son was diagnosed with IBS and found to be lactose intolarent. So I did my own elimination diet. No change till I stopped dairy within 24hrs I noticed a difference and 3 days later I was back to my normal self, pre I say this because I was never sent to a dietition and never put on an elimination diet and I am wondering if you have if you have great but it you have not then I think you would be wize to follow that path, because you maybe able to leave IBS behind you.

It is very liberating to have such a huge problem lifted off my mind. So good luck and I hope you can find that balance you can live with.

I thought anything that contained soy was not good for your body, along with wheat grass and goji berries. Have I been mis-informed? Are they good as part of a high polyphenol diet? I need to know how much potassium is in Vital Reds, per capfull as per your labeled instruction. I have been taking it for 6 months and my potassium level went way up, Please advise. What do you think about what Dr. Steven Gundry says about soy products? He says its back by his own research and that we should avoid ALL soy products that they not good for your body at all, he gives quite a few reasons.

Data supports the fact that it will provide a slight reduction in your cholesterol. But there is a lot of fear mongering around soy. It looks like the darker fruits are what is best, but what about the vegetables? You only mention three in the honorable mention column. Hi, yes I agree, I have just asked if I could get hold of the other veggies so I could balance my diet out with the more beneficial veggies.

One of the best article ever read and i will recommend to others iron rich foods for vegetarians Thanks for providing Us this wonderful article. These polyhenols are good for weight loss, but what about energy? I immediately started feeling better but still low, low energy. Dinner is usually where we get a little more creative. People always ask me if I felt different after we switched our diet. And I did, almost immediately. I used to feel uncomfortably full after eating a very small amount of food.

A small yogurt would be a struggle for me to finish — which no one ever believed. With no animal-based foods in my diet, I can actually eat more and feel great after eating. I never feel tired or weighed down after a meal now. And this may not be exactly health related, but my breakouts lessened. The few times I have gone back to eating a little extra dairy, like when traveling, the breakouts come right back. My transition was a slow process, but by taking it slow I was able to make my new diet work for me in a way that felt natural.

If I had jumped in before I was ready, I might have been overwhelmed and given up. It was also really helpful embarking on this new chapter in my life with a partner in crime. So we decided to keep eating meat while we experimented and introduced new food into our diets. Turns out, I like tofu way more than meat. When we first cut out meat, we never thought we would be able to fully give up dairy and eggs. It just seemed too hard. But then we realized we were replacing a lot of our meat meals with egg and dairy based meals.

So, we slowly replaced some of our favorite meals with plant-based alternatives. Our go-to vegetarian dinner was cheese and egg burritos. So we tried making bean and rice burritos and — again, much to our surprise —we liked them better.

Or when you have a layover in a small airport. Cooking is faster and stress-free without worrying about cooking and cleaning up after meat properly. This part stings to admit a little, but I am not a perfect vegan. I try my best every day, but there are still times when dairy or egg-based products slip into my life. I would never eat a piece of meat again — I lost my taste for meat pretty quickly — but there are times when I slip up.

Or I might indulge in dessert at weddings or holidays. And those small changes make a difference. When I began this dietary journey, I just cut out meat. And that means I went from seven servings of meat a week I only ate meat at dinnertime to zero.

It took that first year for me to adjust to my new meat-free diet, but along the way I was able to slowly experiment with recipes and cut dairy and eggs out of my life until I was ready to make the transition to being vegan. For one day a week, plan meals that are meat-free. That one day a week is a great time to experiment with new meatless recipes and to see how your body really feels when not eating as much meat.

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