• Prevention and treatment of urinary tract infections (tehy are antibacterial and also keep bacteria from “sticking” to the inside of the bladder and ureters).
  • Similar effects in the GI tract – help prevent bacteria from causing food-borne illness.
  • Similar effects in the mouth – may help prevent tooth decay by discouraging bacteria and preventing them from “sticking”.
  • Prevention of the oxidation of LDL cholesterol, which may help prevent atherosclerosis.
  • Improves blood vessel function in people with atherosclerosis.
  • Some studies show that cranberries can either raise HDL cholesterol or lower LDL cholesterol.
  • Cranberries may also have anti-cancer properties.
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