Eat A Cranberry Day

This red berry is known to reduce bacteria, contain the flavonoid quercetin; which can inhibit the development of both breast and colon cancers, can improve teeth health by preventing cavities, help maintain a healthy urinary tract, are beneficial to your eye health, and is an overall abundant source of antioxidants which may protect against cancer, heart disease and other diseases.  So when you are planning your Thanksgiving menu, think about including some cranberries in a healthful way (not in a sugary dish!) Flash steam them and toss them on a salad, use them in a vinaigrette, put them in your sweet potato or kale side dish, and more!

NutritionAshley Pettit