They’re super sources of disease-fighting antioxidants. Here’s what else cranberries and pomegranates can do

By Margaret Nearing

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Soothe sore joints

Toss pomegranate seeds, called arils, from half a fruit into your lunchtime salad, and you’ll get 14 percent of your daily needs of vitamin K. Low levels are associated with a higher rate of osteoarthritis in hands and knees.

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