You’ve probably topped a salad with dried cranberries but never thought to put the lower-sugar, real-fruit variety on your grocery list.
But you should. In their raw form, cranberries contain only 4g of sugar per one-cup serving, versus the 18g of sugar that come with a quarter-cup serving of dried cranberries. Fresh cranberries are high in vitamin A, which helps maintain healthy eyesight and healthy skin. They are also believed to help lower LDL, or bad, cholesterol.
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