Cranberries seem to be filling the produce aisle more than ever this time of year. They get me excited because cranberries in general remind me of the holidays. I enjoyed quite a few for my Thanksgiving meal when I made this kale salad with fresh cranberries instead of dried ones, and when I decorate my apartment this weekend I will be adding fresh cranberries and holly to mason jars filled with water and a floating candle for a touch of festive cheer.
Whatever you are doing with cranberries this season, hopefully you’ll save yourself some to add to this tart, sweet, beautiful juice!
Cranberries not only make salads, decorative pieces, and juices pretty to look at, but they make you feel good too.
- Cranberries are good for the heart and are known to help lower bad cholesterol levels.
- Cranberries contain citric acid and other nutrients that can aid in preventing kidney stones, and other kidney and bladder problems.
- Consuming cranberries might help you prevent dental disease, cavities and plaque build-up.
- Cranberries are high in antioxidants that will help your body fight off free radicals which contribute to the aging process.
- 1 cup (230 g) fresh cranberries
- 1 – 2 large oranges
- 5 carrots
- Wash all produce well.
- Peel the oranges.
- Add all ingredients through juicer and enjoy!
- Nutrition per serving:
Yields and nutritional information are estimated and will vary depending on produce size and equipment used.