The cranberry has a long history of fighting urinary tract infections, fighting the dental health issues and being an excellent source of anti-oxidants and more, naturally. For decades, stories of the urinary tract benefits of the cranberry have been the source of legend and folklore. For many urinary tract suffers, the cranberry is considered ...
The cranberry has a long history of fighting urinary tract infections, fighting the dental health issues and being an excellent source of anti-oxidants and more, naturally. For decades, stories of the urinary tract benefits of the cranberry have been the source of legend and folklore. For many urinary tract suffers, the cranberry is considered “Mother Nature’s urinary tract fighter”.
In addition, the cranberry is also being called the natural anti-adhesion fruit.
Many of the world’s leading research organizations are studying this little fruit with amazing results. These studies are funded by research universities, private companies and public grants. So interest in its urinary tract fighting ability and the anti-adhesion capability of the cranberry includes more than a small group of naturalists, it also includes the smartest and most educated individuals in food research.
This special report will introduce you to the antioxidant-rich properties of the cranberry.
Ongoing research from medical universities suggests cranberries may…
• Provide the body with high levels of ORAC units
• Help fight urinary tract infections
• Help fight bad cholesterol
• Help maintain healthy teeth and dental health
• Help fight the herpes virus
Like many foods, cranberries are a natural source of a broad range of anti-oxidants. However, the unique makeup and combination of the anti-oxidants in cranberries are what make this tiny fruit so special. Cranberries are a very good source of dietary fiber and are an excellent source of Vitamin C, flavonoids, anthocyanins, including proanthocyanidins and are a good source of manganese and vitamin K. Cranberries offers very good vitamin C and fiber values.
But before we go any further, let’s take a closer look at some of the nutritional information a ½ cup of cranberries:
Introduction: The Cranberry
History of the Cranberry
Cranberries Offer a Supermarket of Antioxidant Compounds
What is an Antioxidant?
What are Anthocyanins?
Cranberries Help Fight Urinary Tract Infections
How the Cranberry Prevents Bacteria From Sticking?
Cranberry Juice Alters the E. Coli Membrane
Cranberries and Healthy Teeth and Dental Health
Cranberries Help to Fight LDL (bad) Cholesterol
Cranberries Help to Fight Kidney Stone Formation
Cranberries Help to Fight the Herpes Virus
Ten Ways to Incorporate Cranberries into Your Daily Route
Great Tasting Cranberry Recipes
Cranberry, Crab Meat and Cream Cheese Appetizers
Cranberry Mustard Dipping Sauce
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Cranberry Supplements and Cranberry Products
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