Cranberry

Cranberry Also known as: Vaccinium Macrocarpon
Cranberries contain proanthocyanidins, a type of polyphenol commonly found in plants. Research has shown that the antioxidant benefits of cranberries due to these compounds are promising. And most people can easily include cranberries in their everyday diet. However, if you don’t want to eat cranberries or drink cranberry juice, a supplement may be more convenient. Cranberry supplements are made from dried, powdered cranberries and offer a simple way to enjoy the health benefits of the fruit. Some supplements contain vitamin C or probiotics as well to enhance their effects. The potent antioxidant content of cranberries can help fortify your body against free radicals. Research has shown that taking cranberry supplements daily for eight weeks can result in significantly reduced oxidative stress in the body.

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Consuming cranberry fruits is recommended particularly to persons who suffer from frequent bladder infections. In this respect the extract sours the urine, thus the number of bacteria in the bladder drops. Additionally cranberry shows diuretic impact, thanks to which undesired bacteria are regularly washed away.