So Fresh And So Green: Top 10 Fall Superfoods (And Why They Are Good For You)

4. Cranberries

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No fall or winter holiday table is complete with the gorgeous red color of cranberries. Luckily, cranberries are resplendent with antioxidants, which helps  heart disease, yeast infections and urinary tract infections.

Some great ways to chomp on some cranberries this fall is in salads, in desserts, made into a jam and spread onto crackers, sandwiches, and mashed with soft cheeses.

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