Dried Cranberries WHOLE
Cranberries are rich in various healthy vitamins and plant compounds, some of which have been shown to be effective against urinary tract infections (UTIs).
Cranberries are primarily made up of carbs and fiber. They also boast several vitamins and minerals, including manganese, copper, and vitamins C, E, and K1. Keep in mind that cranberry juice has almost no fiber.
- Total Weight : 135g
- Sophisticatedly packed in a transparent easy open end PET can to maintain utmost freshness
- Material feature: Vegan, Non Allergen, Non GMO and Gluten Free
- Dried Cranberries helps in overall strengthening of the Immune system
- This is a Vegetarian product.
Cranberry Benefits for Your Health
Cranberries are far better known for their bioactive compounds than their nutrients. These compounds are linked to a variety of health benefits and can provide protection against degenerative and chronic diseases. The compounds in these berries are good for your cardiovascular health, metabolism and immune system. Cranberries are also known for being able to help maintain the health of the urinary tract.
Cranberries have a variety of diverse bioactive compounds, most of which are considered antioxidants. These include bioactive compounds like quinic, malic and citric acids. Citric acid is the most commonly found organic acid in these berries. You’ll likely be familiar with citric acid because it can be found in citrus fruits, as its name implies. This antioxidant is part of the reason cranberries have such a tart flavor.
Cranberries are also rich in other antioxidants, like flavonoids. These antioxidants are associated with reducing cholesterol and the formation of blood clots. They can also help prevent urinary tract infections, gum disease and stomach ulcers.
Cranberries contain proanthocyanidins, which are polyphenols and also part of the flavonoid family. These particular antioxidants are important as they have cardioprotective, anti-cancer and anti-inflammatory properties. Cranberry proanthocyanidins also have antimicrobial properties. These can, along with the other beneficial compounds found in these berries, help make sure that your digestive system is colonized with only good bacteria, rather than disease-causing ones.