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Cranberry & Urinary Tract Infection (UTI)

Cranberry & Urinary Tract Infection (UTI)

Before we start let know more about the Basic Benefits of Cranberry!

Cranberry contain great amount of Calcium level. Where every 100g of cranberry carry 100mg of calcium. Therefore, is says to be important for people who are suffering for brittle or fragile bones such as shaky teeth. By consuming cranberry, they can help to strengthen our bone.

Great source of Cancer / Tumors Fighting Foods

Phytochemicals is a kind of antioxidants or flavonoids.

  • Reduce inflammation / oxidative stress.
  • Against from free radical damage / detoxification.
  • Promote cell cycling.
  • Promote gene expression & DNA damage and repair.

Salicylic Acid is one of acne’s biggest enemies!

  • With the anti-inflammatory, it helps us to reduce the amount of pimple to be outbreak.
  • Can be found in many others fruits / vegetable / herbs.

Flavonoids

  • Fight arterial and immune aging

How Cranberry helps prevent from UTI (Urinary Tract Infection)

Most of the people said cranberries make it harder for infection because bacteria can’t stick on the urinary tract walls. However, this had not been clinically approved. But! A few case studies show that 20 women who experience recurrent UTIs are being treat with cranberry and more than half of the women did not have a UTI within six months. There is an average rate of infections declined significantly!

This result might vary base on different consumer. However, we can always give it a try and who know it might save us a lot of medical cost right? Beside that we can also mixed them into our daily routine such as eat them as snack, add into cereal or bakery. Dried cranberry and cranberry juice are the most welcomed way to consume because if you tried fresh cranberry you know how sour it is and you probably will not want to try them in fresh again. Haha

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