In Season Now and Super Healthy


Cranberry Apple JuiceAdding apples is the secret to sweetening this up.

Cranberries are in season now and are a superstar fruit, kind of like a superfood.

Here’s the thing though, there is a world of difference between fresh cranberries and especially fresh cranberry juice and the canned crap you get from the supermarket.

You  can clearly taste the difference. Check out Juice Daddy’s cranberry apple juice, then pick up a bag of fresh cranberries at your local store and get creative. Add them to smoothies, salads, side dishes and more.

Cranberry Apple Juice with Jay Kordich

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cranberry aplle juice daddyCranberries have traditionally been used for urinary tract issues. They are good in a lot of other ways however.

They are very low in sugar, and contain a good amount of vitamins and minerals, see the nutrition report below.

Cranberries are also rich in antioxidants (free radical quenchers), and are also anti-inflammatory – 2 of the major drivers of aging, chronic disease and suffering.

Some research suggests cranberries may also be good for the teeth and gums.

How to Make Cranberry Apple Juice

simple run through the juicer 2 cups of fresh cranberries and 2 apples. You can add other items also to add more sweetness, as cranberries are naturally sour. Grapes, lemons, pineapple, or any fruit you are in the mood for.

When I go out to holiday parties this year, I’m going to do my best to include a few cranberries in my drinks. I bet it reduce the chance of hangover; just a hunch 😉

We would be happy to hear bout any recipes you have that include cranberries, please use the comment box below.

Nutritional report: Cranberries, raw 1/2 cup (55 grams)

Water – 47.92 grams Energy – 25 kcal Protein – 0.21 grams Total lipid (fat) – 0.07 grams
Carbohydrate, by difference – 6.71 grams Fiber, total dietary – 2.5 grams Sugars, total – 2.2 grams Cholesterol – 0 grams
Calcium, Ca – 4 mg Iron, Fe – 0.14 mg Magnesium, Mg – 3 mg Phosphorus, P – 7 mg
Potassium, K – 47 mg Sodium, Na – 1 mg Zinc, Zn – 0.06 mg Vitamin C, total ascorbic acid – 7.3 mg
Thiamin – 0.007 mg Riboflavin – 0.011 mg Niacin – 0.056 mg Vitamin B-6 – 0.031 mg
Folate, DFE – 1 µg Vitamin B-12 – 0 µg Vitamin A, RAE – 2 µg Vitamin A, IU – 33 IU
Vitamin E (alpha-tocopherol) – 0.66 mg Vitamin D – 0 IU Vitamin K (phylloquinone) – 2.8 µg Caffeine – 0 mg

Source: USDA National Nutrient Database for Standard Reference



4 thoughts on “In Season Now and Super Healthy

  • September 15, 2015 at 11:30 am

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  • November 26, 2014 at 11:43 am

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