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Why Natural Antioxidants are Good for Your Dog

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Researchers have found the Lowbush Wild Blueberries have greater antioxidant content than most common fruits. In fact, even over twice as much as cultivated Highbush varieties, according to the USDA Database for the Oxygen Radical Absorbance Capacity (ORAC) of Selected Foods, Release 2, May 2010. Not only that, an article, Wild Blueberries Take Antioxidant Crown, by Shane Starlins, 9 Oct, 2008 and published by http://nutraingredients-usa.com explains in detail how Cellular Antioxidant Activity (CAA) testing, developed at Cornell, measures antioxidant performance in cells to help us realize the wonderful benefits natural antioxidants can provide our dogs, as well as humans and other creatures. We'll be discussing Natural Antioxidants on this Episode 2 of Farm to Fido® Blog Talk Radio, as well as announcing the winner to our Episode 1's "Question of the Episode" contest.

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