Health Benefits of Cranberries

Cranberries have been enjoyed for centuries in
Europe, Asia and America. They have been used
medicinally for wounds, because of the anti bacterial properties.
Native Americans used cranberries to
help reduce aches and pains.

Health Benefits of Cranberries

Cranberries have 5 types of phytonutrients
and the interesting thing is that they act as
a potent synergistic group, which means that
isolated they don't offer the same health
benefits.

This fruit is rich in vitamin C, has fiber,
manganese and vitamin K. These nutrients give
your body antioxidant protection, support
the health of your digestive system, thyroid
gland, bones and hair.

Cranberries are well known for their ability
to fight bacterial and urinary tract
infections
, as you may be aware of.

They have anti-inflammatory benefits; it's
been found that this berry can lower the
risk of chronic inflammation in various parts
of the body such as the stomach, the colon
and the blood vessel linings.

They can lower the risk of stomach ulcers,
colon cancer and periodontal disease.

Cranberries have another nutrient that's
key for the thyroid.. iodine.Yes you thought this

only came from the sea.

Fresh or dried cranberries are the best, and
the ones you'll want to consume. Be aware of
those cranberry juices loaded with sugar which
are not that healthy, and do not provide you
with the real health benefits this berry has
to offer.

Also check the label, you may be unpleasantly

surprised! PRESERVATIVES!!

Cranberries can be used in salads, eaten as a
snack with nuts, added to Greek yogurt, or
transformed into a delicious, tart sauce to
accompany meats, a rice dish or anything you
like :)

Another benefit is it can increase the levels of

HDL, the good cholesterol, and reduce the LDL,

bad cholesterol.

No matter how you eat them remember to have
some cranberries handy, and enjoy them
knowing that this glossy, red berry, cousin
of the blueberry, is a powerhouse food filled
with nutrients and remarkable health benefits!

To your health the natural way,

Suzanne

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2 Comments

  • Carmen G. Lopez says:

    Hi Monica,

    I have a question pertaining to plant based calcium. I just ordered a bottle. The ingredients are: organic acerola extract, apple fruit, broccoli sprout, cauliflower sprout, collard, cordyceps mushroom mycelia, kale, kale sprout, maitake mushroom mycelia, nettle, parsley, pure beet juice, pure carrot juice, pure spirulina, reishi mushroom mycelia, shitake mushroom mycelia, spinach, tomato juice, wild bilberry, wild blueberry, wild lingonberry, pure chlorella, organic rice maltodextrin, mibneral fatty acid esters from safflower. Question, will this affect the function of my thyroid or medication (levothyroxine) in any way?

    Thanks you for your time.
    Happy Day to you.
    Carmen G. Lopez

    • GM says:

      Hi Carmen,

      Thanks for your question. Calcium is one of the elements that can interfere with the absorption of levothryoxine so it’s best to have it three hours apart.

      Best,
      G&M

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