When do cranberries fall? Here’s how to know when to eat them

Cranberries are one of the most popular fruits on earth, and if you don’t know what to expect, it might be best to go in blind.

If you’re not sure what to order, try the following: • Cranberry ice cream, or any ice cream with cranberries in it.

• The most common kind: fresh cranberries.

• A variety of cranberry-based baked goods, such as cookies, cakes, muffins and pie crusts.

• Other varieties include cranberry pancakes, fruit cookies, cranberry buns, apple pies and more.

Read more about cranberries here.

Cranberries make up a very small percentage of your diet.

You should not be surprised if you’re eating fewer than 10% of your daily calories from cranberries, but if you are, it is a good idea to look into how much of your total calories come from the fruit.

Your daily total calorie intake will depend on your age, gender, and how much you eat from fruit.

A good rule of thumb is to eat between 10% and 20% of calories from berries a day, with the rest coming from meat, poultry and eggs.

The more you eat, the more you burn.

The main reason you should avoid eating more than 10g of berries a week is because they can cause some cancers, particularly prostate, breast and colon cancer.

Here are the reasons you should limit your intake: • They can cause heart disease and stroke.

• They are high in sugar, salt and fat.

• You can become dehydrated, especially during cold weather.

• Eating more than 2g a day can cause digestive problems.

• Your body doesn’t absorb most of the fibre from fruits, so if you eat too much fruit, you will not absorb as much fibre.

This means you will get fewer vitamins, minerals and other nutrients.

You can also be too busy to eat berries, so you need to make your own.

For more tips on how to eat a healthy diet, check out these recipes: • How to make healthy breakfast cereal for 2 people • How much fruit to eat per day, and what to look for in fruit to make it fit your budget.

• How many calories to eat from a vegetable or fruit per day.