You can’t watch TV or check your e-mail without seeing at least one ad for acai or other “super juices.” These drinks claim to be packed with antioxidants that can promote weight loss, reverse diabetes, halt Alzheimer’s disease and cure cancer.

While antioxidants may indeed protect cells from the damage caused by unstable molecules known as free radicals, no scientific evidence supports the claims of these attention-grabbing juice manufacturers.

Instead of believing the hype, RH suggests you add the foods in the chart to your diet. These nourishing staples top the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s (USDA) list of foods with the most antioxidants.

 Food Item  Serving Size  TAC Units*
Small red bean (dried)  Half cup  13,727
 Wild blueberry  1 cup 13,259
 Red kidney bean (dried)  Half cup  11,864
 Pinto bean  Half cup  9,019
 Blueberry (cultivated)  1 cup  8,983
 Cranberry  1 cup (whole)  7,904
 Artichoke (cooked)  1 cup (hearts)  7,701
 Blackberry  1 cup  7,291
 Prune  Half cup  7,291
 Raspberry  1 cup  6,058

*TAC=Total Antioxidant Capacity measured per 100 grams of a food