Sources of minerals:
Brazil nuts, fish, eggs, meat, dairy products
Oysters (& other shellfish), meat, legumes, nuts, seeds, dairy, eggs, whole grains, dark chocolate
oysters, spirulina, shiitake mushrooms, liver, nuts, seeds, lobster, leafy greens, dark chocolate
Sources of vitamins:
Vitamin C: Berries, Brussels sprouts, broccoli, citrus fruits, kiwi, bell pepper, strawberry, kale, papaya, guava
Vitamin A: Carrots, grapefruit, squash, sweet potato, broccoli, pink grapefruit, lettuce, spinach, bell pepper, tuna, liver, eggs, milk
Vitamin E: Leafy greens, vegetables, nuts, seeds, broccoli, butternut squash, spinach, avocados, kiwi, trout, mangoes, oils
As stated previously, some antioxidants are endogenous, meaning they are made within the body.
Glutathione is a cellular antioxidant that is found in almost every cell of your body. It has a reputation for being a powerful detoxifier, especially for the liver. It plays a crucial role in immune function, respiratory health, energy levels, and more.
To keep your glutathione levels up, you could incorporate aerobic exercises into your daily routine. You could also practice deep breathing or take glutathione in supplement form.