Fruits

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When you experience a burn on your skin, there are a number of things you must do to ensure quick healing. You need to stimulate the healing processes of the body by increasing circulation and bloodflow to the affected area, but you must also protect the injury from any secondary infections. Antioxidants are good at both of these things, speeding up the healing of a wound, while also defending that particular area from outside invaders. Fruits are rich in antioxidants and should form a major part of your diet following a burn. Some of the best antioxidant-rich fruits include papayas, blueberries and strawberries.

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