EN on Foods
November 2006 Issue
Tart, Tiny Cranberry Yields Huge Health Benefits
Antioxidants are the superstars in cranberries. Besides promoting urinary tract health, the cranberry's antioxidants may help thwart peptic ulcers and even stave off tooth decay. Fresh cranberries, available now, also offer plenty of vitamin C and fiber. Or try EN's recipe for rice pilaf with dried berries.
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