For as small a berry it is, the cranberry is packed with nutritional value. Cranberries rank No. 1 in the antioxidant department, helping you fight off chronic diseases like cancer and heart disease. They’re also known to particularly help prevent and treat bacteria-causing infections, such as bladder and urinary. A cranberry a day, keeps the disease away right?
Next time you go to the dentist, be sure to tell them you are eating cranberries left and right. Not only will they be impressed at your fine eating skills, they might even have an easier time cleaning your teeth. Why, you ask? Cranberries also contain preventative compounds, which help fight tooth decay. Cranberries, check. Pearly whites, check.
Alright now, go cranberry crazy!
Here’s a recipe to get you started: Cranberry-Orange Sweet Potatoes
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