True Elements Dried Cranberries are ideal to combine in smoothies, cereals, muffins, yogurts or as healthy snacks. These chewy dried cranberries make a good addition to your salads. They are a nutritious snack packed with vitamins and antioxidants. Our berries are red and flavorful the way they are meant to be.
Special Features :
Benefits of Dried Cranberries :
Rids Urinary Tract Infections :Cranberries offer protection from bacterial infections like E. Coli the urinary tract by preventing bacteria from attaching to the urethra and bladder. They make urine acidic.
Combats Aging : They are packed with antioxidants and PACs that are effective at fighting the effects of aging. The nutrients in it can cease degeneration of skin cells, brain cells, and tissues. It can prevent age-related memory loss, stop motor function decline, and reduce the damaging effects of free radicals.
Rich in vitamin C : The high vitamin C present in cranberry is pivotal for the production of collagen which helps in the smooth functioning of the tissues. It is helpful to avoid the occurrence of scurvy and other linked diseases.
Reduces Bad Cholesterol : Several studies show a significant increase of good cholesterol and reduction of bad cholesterol over a period of time.
Improves Cardiovascular Health : It contains antioxidant compounds like oligomeric proanthocyanidins (OPCs), cyanidin, quercetin, peonidin and anthocyanidin flavonoids that may help to avoid cardiovascular diseases by fighting against cholesterol build-up in the blood vessels and the heart.
Maintains Teeth Health : Moreover, the antioxidants prevent the formation of plaque and cavities on the tooth by interfering with the capability of the bacteria to stick to the tooth.
Aids in weight loss : Cranberry has an emulsifying impact on the fats in the body which helps to lose weight. Owing to its good fiber content, it keeps us full for longer thus reducing our cravings to unhealthy snacks.
Side effects :
It is not known about the effects of this berries during breastfeeding and pregnancy. Avoid it if you have a history of aspirin allergies. Aspirin contains salicylic acid that is found in cranberries too. It is advisable to consult a doctor if you have a history of kidney stones to be on the safe side. It contain oxalate that combined with calcium forms kidney stones.