Share the benefits of cranberries this Holiday
This week most of us will breathe cranberries and turkey during the Thanksgiving celebrations, but did you know that cranberries, besides being a delicious side dish are also great source of Vitamin C, dietary fiber and the dietary mineral manganese?
Cranberries are a fruit and native plant of North America. Our Native Americans were the first to use them as food, and their health benefits have been greatly advertised.
Many believe that drinking a glass of fresh cranberry juice after an intense workout helps your body replenish vitamins, minerals and the fruit’s natural sugars will aide the muscles recover and contributes to the body overall growth.
Cranberries also have the ability to prevent peptic ulcer by inhibiting the adhesion of bacteria to certain areas of the stomach lining, Some laboratory researches have shown that consumption of cranberry juice may also be beneficial against bacterial infections in the urinary system.
So on this holiday times eat moderately and enjoy the benefits of one of America’s favorite foods.