Cranberries aren't just for Thanksgiving.
Adding those red, bittersweet berries to your diet year-round could help fight cancer.
Nutritionists at the Dana Farber Cancer Institute said cranberries are rich in benzoic acid -- a nutrient that's been shown to stop the growth of lung and colon cancer, and even some forms of leukemia.
Because cranberries are at their peak right now, that cancer-fighting acid is at its strongest. So, nutritionists suggests stocking up the cranberries and freezing them for year-round consumption.