Cranberries Will Do More Than Fill Your Belly This Thanksgiving

They are tart, tangy, tasty and a turkey day treat.

However, cranberries are turning out to be more than a side dish.

They are full of antioxidants, which can prevent damage to cells.

Cranberries may also help fight other diseases such as cancer, stroke and viral infections.

According to a researcher at Rutgers University, they are among the top foods with proven health benefits.

Need more evidence; a compound in cranberries also fights plaque on teeth.

So whether you go for the relish or jelly, hit the cranberry sauce on Thursday.


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