Cranberries have been studied extensively for their antibacterial properties, particularly with respect to urinary tract infections. They have also been proven to be effective against high cholesterol, periodontal disease, allergies, ulcers, and cancer.
If the tart flavor of cranberries is too strong, try eating the berries blended with other fruit or mixing cranberry juice with other fruit juices.
||1 cup, whole berries
||Northern United States and Canada
||Fight bacterial infections in the stomach and urinary tract. Prevent harmful bacteria from adhering to organ walls.
||May fight herpes virus or prevent herpes infection.
||Protect brain cells from age-related damage, thereby protecting cognition and the ability to learn at advanced ages.
||Protect against and help reverse age-related memory loss, including working memory and reference memory.
||Protect against age-related loss of coordination, balance, and motor function.
||Long term consumption can help fight the bacteria that causes ulcers.
||Fight urinary tract infections. Prevent bacteria from adhering to the walls of the urinary tract.