Packed with antioxidants, pomegranates are a no-brainer when it comes to your health. In fact, some studies show the fruit, which has around 600 seeds, contains almost three times the total antioxidants in green tea and red wine.
The acai berry, touted by Oprah as a 'super food,' grows in South American rainforests. This dark berry has been shown to have twice the antioxidants found in blueberries, as well as omega fatty acids, protein and fiber. It's so powerful, some studies have shown it kills off cancer cells in a lab setting.
It's not just about the guacamole when it comes to avocados. The egg-shaped fruit contains healthy monounsaturated fat, which has been linked to a reduced risk of cancer, heart disease and diabetes.
Native to North America, blueberries are a staple in this country. These little berries are loaded with antioxidants and have been also been linked to anti-aging, improved vision and brain function. A recent study also showed the polyphenols in blueberries have the potential to fight obesity.
A favorite at Thanksgiving, cranberries aren't just good at fighting urinary tract infections, the little berries are brimming with antioxidants, which protect cells against compounds called free radicals.
Found in China, Mongolia and in the Tibet Himalayas, goji berries have been used for 6,000 years by herbalists to protect the liver, help eyesight, improve sexual function and fertility, strengthen the legs, boost immune function, improve circulation and promote longevity.
Need your daily dose of vitamin C? Try some kiwi fruit. They contain a high amount of vitamin C(more than oranges) and as much potassium as bananas.
Native to Southeast Asia, the noni fruit is also packed with antioxidants. It's said to be able to help reduce high blood pressure and relieve arthritic pain.
Want to live a long and healthy life? Enrich your diet with these superfruits