According to Canada’s Food Guide, we as adults (aged 19-50) should be consuming about 7-8 (females) or 8-10 (males) servings of fruits and children aged 2-13 should have 4-6 servings of fruit; so why not consume Cranberries to help along the way? Cranberries are powerful antioxidants that help heal urinary tract infections by preventing e-coli from adhering to the lining of the urinary tract. Avoid commercial cranberry juices, which may be heavily processed and sugar laden. Instead, try making your own cranberry juice from fresh berries in a juicer or blender. Get creative with sweeteners by mixing with sweeter fruits (raisins, grapes, apple) or perhaps stevia.