40 Easy Ways to Eat More Antioxidants

By Jill Weisenberger, M.S., R.D., C.D.E., Lifescript Nutrition Expert
How Antioxidants Work
What do antioxidants really do? Shield our cells from free radical damage.
To understand how they work, think about peeled potatoes and sliced apples. If you leave them on the counter for several minutes, they turn an unappealing shade of brown.
That’s because when you cut the apple or potato, you exposed the inner flesh to air, allowing oxygen to react with chemicals found under the skin.
Squeeze on some orange or lemon and you won’t have this unappetizing problem. The vitamin C in the juice is an antioxidant, a compound that combats oxidation and prevents cellular damage.
It’s the same with your body. Pollution, toxins, smoking and normal metabolism create damaging free radicals – highly reactive molecules ready to pounce on any nearby molecule, including proteins and DNA.
Fortunately, antioxidants can protect your DNA and other molecules by stabilizing free radicals before they have a chance to strike.
Eat fruits, vegetables and other antioxidant-rich foods every day and your body will have more molecules that can react with free radicals.
Push the salad bowl away and you’ll set yourself up for chronic disease and premature signs of aging.
Nature has provided us with an abundance of antioxidants. Some are familiar, others not.
Vitamin C, vitamin E, beta-carotene (the plant form of vitamin A) and the mineral selenium are well-known. Others, phytochemicals, or plant chemicals, may not be as familiar. Among them:
• Lycopene (found in tomatoes)
• Lutein (green leafy vegetables)
• Ellagic acid (berries)
• Resveratrol (grapes)
• Anthocyanins (blueberries and pomegranate)
•Antioxidant Over-Achievers
•Many foods contain antioxidant properties, but a few give you the most disease-fighting bang for your bite.
•These antioxidant all-stars include: berries, walnuts, pomegranate juice and grape juice, unsweetened baking chocolate, brewed tea and coffee, red wine, artichokes, dried beans, dried cloves, cherries, cabbage, spinach, and many other fruits, vegetables and spices.
•You don’t have to munch carrots and raw broccoli from dawn to dusk, but you need to start thinking about fruits and veggies long before dinner to get the recommended daily 4-1/2 cups – equal to nine servings.
•Sounds like a lot, but don’t throw in the dishtowel yet. Here are 40 easy ways to boost your antioxidant intake:
Start Early
1. A small glass of 100% fruit juice is the perfect energizing start to your day. Vary your juices to balance your nutrient intake. Try the usual orange and grapefruit juice and the not-so-usual pomegranate and blueberry.
2. Top eggs with your favorite store-bought salsa. 3. Add sautéed mushrooms, onions, red and yellow bell peppers, or tomatoes to omelets.
4. Slice peaches, bananas, strawberries, or other fresh fruit onto your cereal.
5. Mix dried cranberries or raisins into your oatmeal.
6. Toss frozen fruit, low-fat yogurt and nutmeg or sweetener in a blender for a quick out-the-door breakfast smoothie.
Punch Up Your Cooking
7. Thread some pineapple, nectarines, bell peppers, mushrooms and cherry tomatoes in with your chicken or steak kabobs.
8. Add canned or frozen vegetables to soups.
9. Build your own veggie pizza. Top a plain cheese pie with spinach, fresh herbs such as basil and tarragon, bell peppers, mushrooms, broccoli or small pineapple cubes.
10. Use spaghetti squash in place of pasta.
11. Add zucchini, green beans or eggplant to your favorite jarred spaghetti sauce.
12. Pack pasta and potato salads with extra veggies. Be colorful and toss in broccoli, red bell peppers, carrots and purple onion.
13. Perk up a dull green salad with nuts, dried cranberries, mandarin oranges, pomegranate seeds, apple slices, red beans or jarred artichokes.
14. One to two days a week, wash, chop and separate raw veggies into plastic bags. You’ll have carrots, mushrooms, broccoli, bell peppers, celery, zucchini and more antioxidant-packed foods handy to toss into salads or add to casseroles.
15. Sneak in some extra beans. For example, thicken traditional chili or a favorite soup with a can of mashed white beans. No one will know they’re there.
16. Top nachos with kidney beans.
17. Mix apples, grapes and walnuts in your chicken salad. Try white beans and diced carrots in tuna salad.
18. Add fresh herbs to salads. When using them in hot food, add them toward the end of cooking.
19. Learn to cook with the most antioxidant-rich herbs and spices: ground clove, dried oregano, ground ginger, ground cinnamon, turmeric powder, dried basil, ground mustard seed, curry powder, paprika and chili powder.
20. Put individual servings of grapes, cherries or raw veggies into small plastic bags. Keep them at eye level in the refrigerator, not tucked behind the leftover takeout. Grabbing a high-fiber, antioxidant-packed snack should be as easy as grabbing a bag of chips.
21. Mix berries and nuts into nonfat yogurt.
22. Keep an old breath mint tin filled with nuts. Pull it out when you’re stuck in traffic and need an energy boost.
23. Add a variety of dried fruit to trail mix.
Out and About
24. In restaurants, start your meal with a vegetable or bean soup or a colorful mixed salad.
25. Swap French fries for a side salad or steamed vegetables.
26. Ask for extra veggies on sandwiches.
27. Bring five pieces of fruit to work every Monday for a different snack each day of the week.
28. If you’re unexpectedly out at lunchtime, run by the grocery store instead of the drive-through. Pick up a prepared salad and piece of fruit.
Sip Your Antioxidants
29. Drink brewed black or green tea. Tea is our best source of a class of compounds called catechins, which are potent antioxidants. Green tea contains three times the catechins in black tea. Brew it at home; bottled tea doesn’t offer the same health benefits.
30. Sip on vegetable juice, plain or with some hot sauce for extra kick.
31. Spice up your hot tea with antioxidant-rich ground cloves and cinnamon.
32. Enjoy a glass of red wine. Moderate drinking is linked with reduced rates of heart disease and type 2 diabetes. Some scientists credit the antioxidant resveratrol for these positive effects. Moderate drinking means no more than one drink per day for women, two per day for men.
33. Have a mug of brewed coffee as your early morning or midday energizer. Be careful what you put in it, though. Those lattes and mochas can turn coffee into a sugar and fat fest.
34. Choose one of these antioxidant-rich juices: grape, pomegranate, cranberry, pineapple and orange. Or mix and match them for your own unique blend.
Sweet Treats
35. Skewer some fresh berries, grapes and peach slices for a fun dessert.
36. Top ice cream with berries or pomegranate seeds.
37. Freeze fresh grapes for a delicious, all-natural frozen dessert.
38. For a sophisticated dessert that doubles the antioxidants, dip strawberries, pineapple cubes, and sliced apples and bananas into a dark chocolate fondue.
39. Make ice-pops from any 100% fruit juice.
40. Indulge in small amounts of dark chocolate or cocoa without guilt. Like tea, chocolate and cocoa contain catechins. Research suggests they may help prevent oxidation of LDL (bad) cholesterol, thus lowering your risk for cardiovascular disease.


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Pandora Broadens Automotive Integration

Pandora the popular internet radio service, today announced that it has increased its automotive footprint via a new relationship with Scion and an expansion of its relationship with Ford Motor Company where the service will be available in 10 Ford vehicles and two Lincoln vehicles.
Currently, Pandora has in-vehicle integrations with BMW, Ford, Mercedes-Benz, MINI and Scion. Additional automotive manufacturers who have announced plans to integrate Pandora into their vehicles include Buick, Chevrolet, GMC, Hyundai and Toyota. The popular personalized radio service is also available via integrations in popular aftermarket automobile radios made by Alpine Electronics, JVC, Kenwood and Pioneer, with additional radios from Sony coming soon.
At the Pandora Analyst Day today in San Francisco, Executive Vice President of Business Development Jessica Steel said, “Our goal is to allow people to personalize their radio experience anytime, anywhere.  Nearly 50% of radio consumption happens in the car, so it’s a natural venue for Pandora. We want to make the experience as easy in the car as it is at home, at the office, and on a mobile phone.”
Pandora gives people music they love anytime, anywhere, through connected devices. Personalized stations launch instantly with the input of a single “seed” – a favorite artist, song or genre. The Music Genome Project®, a deeply detailed hand-built musical taxonomy, powers the personalization of Pandora® internet radio by using musicological “DNA” and constant listener feedback to craft personalized stations from a growing collection of hundreds of thousands of recordings. Tens of millions of people in the U.S. turn on Pandora to hear music they love. for more visit  pandora.com

Music Scene; ANAKA

The rock music scene lately has been so uninspiring, mostly loaded with guitars fighting rhythm to outshine the other, something I haven’t been able to find any connection with.  These days it’s not very often you come across a band that can deliver intense brutal guitar riffs while maintaining a solid beat that is melodic and rhythmic.
I have finally found a band that can carry that rock metal anthem on.  Get this, go figure, another New York based band that form a tight unit of rock and roll aggression, let me introduce you to ANAKA.   Founding member guitarist Peter Pallis took some time to fill me in on what makes ANAKA really unlike any other band drilling the scene today.  I have to say it’s not only because their music is good, but it’s because these guys are the real deal, they are living it, they are artists with no doubt true intention, and when you combine that passion with talent, there is no stopping you.
If you haven’t heard ANAKA I could describe them as a combined influence from say Megadeth, to Alice in Chains to maybe an early Soundgarden feel. The rhythm section is dialed into thunderous, Tony Heredia on drums and Karl Andressen on bass lay it down hard while keeping the beat interesting and continuous. The guitar from Peter is tight and sometimes reminds me of Glen Tipton from Judas Priest the way he can swing from one rang to the next. Jimmy Pallis (Peter’s brother) throws down a wide vocal range that some would say is reminiscent of his musical influences Layne Staley, James Hetfield and Dave Mustaine.  Combine these talents together and you got a sound that you want to hear more of.
Speaking with Peter during our interview, I learned that ANAKA has been together since 2000 consisting of Peter, Karl and Tony with Peter writing all the lyrics and belting ’em out.  It wasn’t long before Peter realized he really wanted to focus on playing guitar and writing vs. signing, so in 2001 he invited his brother Jimmy, his own flesh and blood that he knew he could trust to deliver his lyrics the way they were meant to be. You see Peter writes from the soul, his music is a life experience.
“We are all here on this planet together, finding ourselves, facing each other, believing, suffering, living, dying, hoping, dreaming, seeing, creating, and achieving. These experiences shape who we are, they help us evolve and grow as people. These experiences effect us, some may save us, some may hurt us, but they all, in their own way, teach us. Writing music that others can connect with is all about being honest. We all face similar demons in the place.  Many people fear being honest, because they do not want to expose what they feel are their weakness to the world, which I find ironic because fear of self exposure is a weakness in itself. I have nothing to hide about who I am. I am what I am, and I’m proud that our music speaks to people. Weakness dealt with and turned over becomes strength. We are all born with a massive potential in life.  It is up to us to go out each and every day and justify that gift.  Understanding that makes you a master of living.   For us ANAKA is that justification.  With such honesty in his lyrics I asked Peter if he was comfortable being up on stage, did being up there laying it all out make him feel vulnerable?  “The stage for me as a musician has always been a safe haven. Ironically, I find refuge in playing music in front of large crowds of people.  We are in our glory on that stage”
In spring and summer 2010, “ERASE” by ANAKA, the music video directed by Kevin J. Custer, was added by and made a great impact at MTV, MTV2, MTV Music, Music Choice Video On Demand, VH1, SPIKE TV, etc., and many more!  “ERASE” reached #1 on MTV Music’s TOP 100 Music Video Chart for a number of weeks.  The video also hit the TOP 10 on Music Choice Video On Demand under the entire Rock category.  These major achievements further have solidified ANAKA’s position amongst major artists in the Metal/ Hard Rock scene.

ANAKA’s new album “The Glorified Crusade” made a crushing impact on hard rock radio in the summer of 2009 by hitting #18 on FMQB Commercial Metal Radio Charts, and also Top 20 on CMJ Loud Rock radio charts. Sharing that position among Metal giants such as Killswitch Engage, Devildriver, Five Finger Death Punch, Shadows Fall, etc.
CURRENTLY the members of ANAKA are in the studio recording a full acoustic album, something Peter told me, it takes a different path, but it’s still ANAKA and the message is just as powerful as their heavier work.  “This record is really going to turn some heads and show how our band can really go anywhere musically.”  The CD will have all brand new ANAKA songs, make sure you check their sites to stay up to date on that release, Peter said probably sometime in the fall.  In Spring 2011 ANAKA celebrated their 10 years as a band by releasing their first album “Down Devil’s Road (10th Anniversary Edition)” as a Re-mixed and Re-mastered version of their original debut full length album [which was originally released in 2001].  “Re-releasing our first record has been great.  We remember our beginning and our roots are important to us.  We established a foundation through our friendships and brotherhood that had withstood the test of time and we have slammed down some monstrous boundaries as a band.  That means a lot to us.”
I also thought this was pretty cool, Peter told me that because of ANAKA he had the opportunity to meet a childhood hero, the former World Wrestling Federation Champion The Ultimate Warrior. “Imagine having posters of your hero on your wall as a kid and then one day you get to meet him and become friends. “We became good friends.  The guy is really intense about living life to the fullest.  I can totally relate to that, he is the real deal, no BS, if you want something go out and make it happen kind of person.  One day in mid 2008 he contacted me, told me he was returning to the ring, and asked if ANAKA would create his theme music for his return.  It was an honor creating that music for him.   Seeing him run to the ring and shake the ropes in front of 22,000 fans to ANAKA’s THE ULTIMATE RETURN was an amazing moment in our history.”  Peter told me that night The Ultimate Warrior returned to the ring in Barcelona, Spain where he won the New Wrestling Evolution (NWE) Championship Belt.
ANAKA is the real deal Metal band, no ego’s, no attitudes, just a band of brothers doing what they do best, pouring out their art lyrically, rhythmically, and always heavy!
You can order ANAKA’s powerful music today at iTUNES and also from www.cdbaby.com/artist/ANAKA.

Mercedes-Benz to Launch Teen Driving School in the United States

Mercedes-Benz USA announces that in late 2011 it is planning to offer driver’s education with the aim of teaching teenagers the skills and competencies for safe and enjoyable driving.
At the core of Mercedes-Benz Driving Academy is an innovative driver’s education approach that reflects the best teaching methods from around the world that is currently being finalized and specifically tailored to the U.S. environment.
The research-based approach is being designed to improve the effectiveness of time spent in the classroom, online, and behind-the-wheel.  The goal of the Mercedes-Benz Driving Academy is to prepare students for today’s driving environment by going beyond basic car control skills and rote learning of traffic rules.
Research clearly identifies that the standard U.S. formula of 30-hour in-class education followed sequentially by 6 hours of behind-the-wheel training cannot reasonably be expected to transform a non-driver into a safe driver(1).
“Despite the dramatic changes in vehicles, highways, and the driving environment over the past 60 years, driver education remains relatively unchanged in the U.S.,” said Alexander Hobbach, Senior Manager, Daimler AG.  “The skills required to simply get a license do not fully prepare young drivers to meet the demands of the road.  Mercedes-Benz recognizes this issue and as a result is creating an educational program for the U.S. that is based on the best teaching methods and tools available.”
Mercedes-Benz has been working with international driver education experts to develop an innovative curriculum-based program.  A Mercedes-Benz Driving Academy in the U.K. was launched for the first time in 2009 based on this curriculum and since then 4,500 students have enrolled in the program.  Amongst those who already obtained their driver’s license and participated in the program, had a first-time pass rate of 79 percent – nearly double the U.K. national average of 43 percent.
Mercedes-Benz is combining insights and key elements of the U.K. curriculum and delivery methods with U.S. DMV (Department of Motor Vehicles) requirements to develop the integrated program that is going to be offered at the Mercedes-Benz Driving Academy in the U.S. later this year.  Mercedes-Benz has already met with DMV representatives to discuss the development of an integrated curriculum that fulfills all state requirements, which positions the Company as the first and only auto manufacturer to offer a complete, state-certified driving school in the U.S.
“As a company, we have a long history and continuous efforts to improve vehicle safety so the Driving Academy is a natural extension of Mercedes-Benz desire to achieve accident-free driving,” said Hobbach.  “With only 10 percent of crashes being a result of technical failure and 90 percent due to human error, Mercedes-Benz sees an opportunity to actively improve drivers’ skills, focusing first on novice drivers, who are most at risk on U.S. roads.”
It is well known that there is a disproportionately high driving incident rate among teen novice drivers. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention motor vehicle crashes are the leading cause of death for teens in the U.S.  In fact, teens aged 16-19 are four times more likely to crash than adults. While technology has led to more driver distractions, especially for teens, driver’s education is being offered in fewer and fewer high schools in the U.S.  That is why many organizations and experts are seeking ways of improving driver’s education.
“Driving is one of the most important skills that a teen can learn, and it is extremely important that parents do their research before sending their child to a driving school,” said Daniel R. Mayhew, Senior Vice President, Traffic Injury Research Foundation.  “Getting parents and teens working together is one crucial step among many that can better prepare beginner drivers.”
Due to the alarming rate of teen deaths caused by motor vehicle collisions, national and state legislators, regulators, law enforcement, public agencies and other safety advocates have worked hard over recent decades to find ways to reduce the number of fatal and serious injury crashes on our highways for decades.  In fact, Mercedes-Benz is also finalizing plans to work with leading driver safety advocacy organizations and law enforcement to create a public service outreach program that emphasizes safe driving and driver’s education.
Mercedes-Benz Driving Academy’s approach also seeks to achieve greater compliance with policies that have successfully been implemented to increase driver’s safety such as the Graduated Driver Licensing (GDL) rules.  The GDL framework provides for compulsory driver’s education, combining classroom or online learning, on-road training, mandatory supervised practice, and restricted driving privileges once a novice driver starts driving solo.  By using an integrated program to reinforce learning points throughout the learner driver period, as well as involving parents in the process, the students can realize greater benefits of GDL.

Mani, Pedi UV lights Concern

While sitting at the Dr’s office I picked up a copy of some Health Magazine and came across an article that grabbed my attention. Could those UV lights at nail Saloons really be bad and lead to skin cancer?  After some research I found this info that I wanted to share with our readers.
Dermatologist Dr. Ordon, (from the TV show “The Docotors”)  explained the DNA of skin cells mutate when exposed to ultraviolet light and this increases the risk of melanoma and other forms of skin cancer.
He then tested the amount of UV light produced by a standard UV nail dryer using a Sper Scientific UV-A/B Light Meter. As co-host Dr. Jim Sears explained to viewers that a meter reading of over 100 was bad, Dr. Ordon turned the monitor so all could see a reading that climbed to 8,617 before giving a final result of high UV exposure.
Dr. Ordon referenced research from the University of Texas that found squamous cell carcinoma on the hands of two women who had no predisposing factors for skin cancer, except for repeated the use of UV light nail dryers during manicures. The research, which was published in the medical journal Archives of Dermatology, states the amount of UV radiation exposure per meter produced by UV nail dryer lights (once one adjusts for body surface and bulb wattage) is comparable to that of tanning beds.
When asked for his final recommendation by co-host Dr. Travis Stork, Dr. Ordon suggested women opt for regular fan dryers during their manicures and pedicures.  In his opinion, using the UV nail dryer is not worth the skin cancer risk.
So ladies, if your finding yourself heading the nail saloon often, maybe opt for the air dryers……

Garage-Girls Profile, Designer Val Erato

Here is one talented lady creating some of the most unique jewelry you have ever seen.  Her designs are sold in New York boutiques and recently singer songwriter Jessie J scooped up some of her work and has been spotted by many Paparazzi wearing Val’s Designs. We asked Val if she could share a little about her self and her designs with Garage-Girls….
GG. Tell us about you, where are you from, what are you into and what do you like to do with your free time?
VE. I am a single, 25 year old really just enjoying life.  I live in Milwaukee, WI and love being around family and friends.  I enjoy going to concerts, hanging with friends, cooking, trying new restaurants, and so much else.  My perfect day would definitely consist of sitting on my patio and enjoying a glass of wine with a friend.
GG. How did you find your passion for jewelry design how long have you been doing it?
VE. I have been making jewelry for as long as I can remember, but I started making it seriously after a trip to New York several years ago.  I really fell in love with the fashion and realized that I could make some of the things being sold there in high-end boutiques.  I started making rings early on just for myself, but I ended up selling them to friends and family, and eventually salons and boutiques.
GG. What do you love most about it?
VE. I love that I am the one in charge.  No one can tell me that I am making something wrong.  I just let my hands lead the way, and my mind follows.  It is a great de-stresser after a long day at work!  It always makes me feel great when people appreciate what I make as well.  There is nothing better than a happy customer sporting something that I made.  My recent accomplishment was selling a ring to the up and coming musician, Jessie J.  The feeling of seeing her wear something that I made is priceless.
GG. Do you have a sweet car or a motorcycle?
VE. Not yet, but someday I will!  Let’s just say that after my student loans are paid off, I will have a very sweet ride!

GG. What are you most passionate about in life?
VE. I am very passionate about my friends and family.  I don’t know what I would do without them in my life!  They are always so supportive of me and my business.  The support is what has kept me doing what I am doing!
GG. Is there anything you would love to learn to do?
VE. I would love to be able to paint.  For as creative as I am, I cannot draw or paint to save my life.  Maybe in another lifetime, I will become a painter.  Until then, I guess I will just have to stick to making jewelry!
GG. Where would you most like to visit?
VE. Italy and Sicily, hands down.  Being Italian and Sicilian, I feel like it’s my duty to see where my family ultimately came from.  If I think my grandma makes a mean pasta, I can’t even imagine what it would taste like there.  It’s actually making me pretty hungry just thinking about it!
GG. What is your idea of relaxing?
VE. Sitting on my couch and watching TV is the perfect way to unwind after a long day.  Adding a cup of coffee or wine just makes it that much better.
GG. What type of music do you normally listen to?
VE. My music taste is all across the board.  My iPod is filled with lots of music genres: pop, indie, rap, oldies, classical, dance, etc.  It really depends on what type of mood I am in, but regardless I always have some sort of tunes playing at all times.
GG. Do you collect anything?
VE. I like collecting vintage beads and buttons.  I think the best pieces of jewelry that I make come from something with a previous story.  When I find a unique vintage bead or button, I can’t help but think about where it was worn or who owned it before.  It’s great to reuse and up-cycle something old to create something modern and new.
To see some of Val’s work check out her sites at  www.myspace.com/BeadAndToggle and www.etsy.shop/BeadAndToggle*
If you would like to have Val create a one of design for you contact her at  BeadAndToggle@yahoo.com

Chocolate-Berry Meringue

Make your 4th of July Cookout the BEST with this awesome dessert!
Makes: 10 servings
Prep: 40 minutes
Bake: 1 hour
Cool: 1 hour
•1 recipe Chocolate Meringue
•1 recipe Raspberry Puree
•1 cup whipping cream
•1 tablespoon sugar
•1/2 teaspoon vanilla
•6 cups fresh blueberries, raspberries, blackberries, and/or sliced  strawberries
•Bittersweet chocolate curls or shavings
1. Prepare Meringue and Raspberry Purée. In chilled bowl beat cream, sugar, and vanilla until soft peaks form; spread onto meringue. Top with berries and chocolate. Drizzle raspberry purée onto plates. Serve meringue wedges atop purée. Serves 10.
Chocolate Meringue: Allow 6 egg whites to stand at room temperature for 30 minutes. Preheat oven to 350 degrees F. Cover a very large baking sheet with parchment paper or foil. Draw a 10-inch diameter circle on paper, leaving a 1- to 2-inch margin outside the circle; set aside. In large mixing bowl beat egg whites with electric mixer on medium to high speed until soft peaks form (tips curl). Add 1 cup sugar, 1 tablespoon at a time, beating on high speed until stiff peaks form (tips stand straight) and sugar is dissolved. Gently fold in 3 ounces bittersweet chocolate, finely shredded; 3 tablespoons unsweetened cocoa powder; and 1 teaspoon balsamic vinegar. Spread meringue on circle on prepared baking sheet. Place in oven. Immediately reduce oven temperature to 300 degrees F. Bake for 1 hour. Remove from oven; cool completely on baking sheet on rack. Carefully remove meringue from parchment; transfer to a serving platter.
Raspberry Puree: In a blender place 1-1/2 cups fresh raspberries. Cover and blend until puréed; sieve, if desired. Transfer to a small bowl. Stir in 1 tablespoon sugar.
nutrition facts
Servings Per Recipe 10 servings Calories274 Total Fat (g)12 Saturated Fat (g)7, Monounsaturated Fat (g)4, Cholesterol (mg)33, Sodium (mg)44, Carbohydrate (g)39, Total Sugar (g)33, Fiber (g)6, Protein (g)4, Vitamin C (DV%)21, Calcium (DV%)5, Iron (DV%)5, Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet