Berries are sweet, juicy and one of the best antioxidant sources around. They’re also incredibly versatile and can be enjoyed on their own, as a tasty yogurt topping, as a smoothie ingredient and much more. In this article I’ll be listing five of the best berry sources of antioxidants.


Blackberries pack 62 calories per cup and have a slightly sour, tangy taste. They’re a top source of the antioxidants anthocyanins (a group of antioxidants that are found almost exclusively in berries), copper, manganese, vitamin A, vitamin C and vitamin E. Plus, they’re loaded with fiber, vitamin B9 and vitamin K.

As well as protecting against oxidative damage, blackberries also benefit your body by:
Enhancing brain function
Helping your blood to clot
Promoting good oral health
Relaxing your muscles
Reducing inflammation


Blueberries are sweet, juicy and contain only 88 calories per cup. In terms of antioxidant content, they contain high levels of anthocyanins, manganese and vitamin C. They’re also an excellent source of fiber and vitamin K.

Blueberries have countless health benefits and in addition to the antioxidant protection they provide, these delicious berries also:
Accelerate fat burning
Regulate blood glucose levels
Support healthy digestion
Strengthen your bones
Strengthen your heart


Cranberries have a tart, distinctive flavor and a single cup serving provides just 51 calories. They contain large amounts of the antioxidants anthocyanins, manganese, vitamin C and vitamin E and are also rich in fiber and vitamin K.

Not only are cranberries delicious and very effective at fighting free radicals but they also:
Promote good bladder health
Promote good oral health
Protect against urinary tract infections
Support your kidneys
Strengthen your eyes


Raspberries taste similar to blackberries but have a slightly sweeter, less tangy taste. A single cup serving supplies you with 64 calories along with plenty of the antioxidants anthocyanins, manganese and vitamin C. In addition to this, they’re a fantastic source of fiber and vitamin K.

The antioxidant protection offered by raspberries is only a small part of what they can do for your health with their other benefits including:
Improving digestion
Improving fertility
Protecting against depression
Reducing inflammation
Strengthening heart


Strawberries are one of the most popular berries available and taste great with cream. They’re a brilliant source of the antioxidants anthocyanins, manganese and vitamin C and are also the lightest berry on this list, containing just 49 calories per cup. They also contain good amounts of fiber and vitamin B9.

When it comes to health, strawberries have lots to offer. In addition to preventing the damage caused by free radicals, they also:
Lower blood pressure
Reduce blood levels of LDL cholesterol (a type of cholesterol that builds up in your artery walls, restricts blood flow and leads to various health complications)
Strengthen your eyes
Strengthen your immune system
Support healthy digestion


As you can see, there are plenty of antioxidant rich berries out there. For the best results, try eating at least three servings of berries per week and you’ll supply your body with all the antioxidants it needs to fight free radicals, prevent oxidative damage and keep all your cells and vital organs healthy, functional and disease free


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