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Cranberries are a Healthy Medicine

Cranberries are a Healthy Medicine

Cranberries are a Powerhouse of medicine and food value 

The Indians called cranberries “Bitter Fruit.”–they deserve a better reputation.

  • Cranberries are low in calories.
  • Cranberries will impart an interesting flavor to many dishes.
  • Cranberries improve immune function and may prevent certain types of cancer–including breast cancer.
  • Cranberries fight urinary infections.
  • Cranberries are loaded with polyphenols that fight infections.
  • A dozen cranberries several times each week is all we need.
  • Cranberries tartness will replace vinegar¬†or lemon to flavor salads.
  • Just toss a few into your salad dish or chop them up.

Most, if not all of the commercial cranberry drinks are not of much value. They are just a sweetened drink. Make your own, or just eat the interesting tasting berries.

Cranberries are economical and available year-round. They freeze well and

 

Please see: (Dr. Timothy Boon, PhD., vice dean of Texas A&M Health Science Center College of Medicine in Huston.)

Cranberries and Cranberry Juice is Healthy Medicine.

Cranberries are a Powerhouse of medicine and food value.

The Indians called cranberries “Bitter Fruit.”–they deserve a better reputation.

  • Cranberries are low in calories.
  • Cranberries will impart an interesting flavor to many dishes.
  • Cranberries improve immune function and may prevent certain types of cancer–including breast cancer.
  • Cranberries fight urinary infections.
  • Cranberries are loaded with polyphenols that fight infections.
  • A dozen cranberries several times each week is all we need.
  • Cranberries tartness will replace vinegar or lemon to flavor salads.
  • Just toss a few into your salad dish or chop them up.

Most, if not all of the commercial cranberry drinks are not of much value. They are just a sweetened drink. Make your own, or just eat the interesting tasting berries.

Cranberries are economical and available year-round. They freeze well.

Please see: (Dr. Timothy Boon, PhD., vice dean of Texas A&M Health Science Center College of Medicine in Huston.)

 

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