Freeze Dried Cranberry Half
£8.40 – £42.20
Ingredients: 100% cranberry
Country of origin: Canada, USA
100% natural and real food! The product is free from added sugar, sulphur, preservatives, artificial colours or flavourings, gluten-free, raw, vegan, GMO-free and is not irradiated.
Freeze-dried cranberry nutritional values
Cranberries prevent the development of bacterial infections and have many nutritional values. They are considered the healthiest fruits in the world! Along with oregano, pine and garlic, this fruit belongs to the group of natural antibiotics.
The healing properties of cranberries have long been used in folk medicine. Nowadays, many medications and supplements are based on cranberries. Numerous studies show that cranberries can support the treatment of stomach (gastric ulcer), inflammation of the urinary tract (e.g. cystitis, urethritis, urinary tract infections), diabetes and blood system (regulation of blood pressure and cholesterol levels, atherosclerosis).
The link between consuming cranberries and UTI (urinary tract infections) was first demonstrated in 1840. Modern scientific research unanimously confirms that cranberry has antifungal, antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties. Thanks to these properties these fruits are effective in the alleviation and prevention of, among others, stomach ulcers, bladder infections and certain skin conditions.
We pick only the finest, wholesome cranberries and freeze-dry them, in order to preserve their original flavour and nutritional content.
Why should you eat cranberries?
Cranberries are rich in type A proanthocyanidins (so-called condensed tannins). These compounds have a supportive effect in UTI (caused by E. Coli bacteria), cardiovascular disease and stomach disease (caused by the bacterium Helicobacter pylori).
It has been shown that cranberry hinders the attachment of Helicobacter pylori bacteria to the stomach wall, as well as reduces the adhesion of E. coli bacteria to the walls of the urinary tract.
Cranberries contain polyphenols – antioxidants that reduce the chronic disease risk. In addition, cranberry protects against the harmful effects of ultraviolet radiation. Moreover, it is believed that due to the quercetin content, cranberry is antiallergic and protects diabetics from developing eye disease (cataracts).
Healing compounds contained in cranberries also disinfect the throat and mouth and support the treatment of upper respiratory tract infections. Moreover, cranberry is known for its properties in supporting the treatment of flu and colds. In addition, cranberries provide the prebiotic fibre that feeds the beneficial bacteria found in the digestive tract (and other tissue linings).
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