SAN DIEGO, March 28 (UPI) -- Popcorn has more antioxidant polyphenols than fruits and vegetables, U.S. researchers said. Popcorn contains as much as 300 milligrams of polyphenols per serving, compared to 114 milligrams in a serving of sweet corn and 160 milligrams for all fruits per serving Popcorn, Ordinary Fruit, Antioxidant Polyphenol, Fruit And Veggies, Fruit And Vegetables
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