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Cranberries

Cranberries are in the news! Recognised as a good source of vitamin C, recent research publicized has shown that cranberries also have other health benefits.

Studies have shown that drinking Cranberry Juice has helped men and women suffering from Urinary Tract Infections. At present it is not known exactly how much cranberry juice needs to be consumed to reduce the risk of urinary tract infections and the actual mechanisms involved remain unclear.

Cranberry Juice is widely available - look out for those containing the most actual Cranberry Juice, not sweetened water! If you find it a little sharp for your palatte, try a raspberry or apple mix.

Table: Nutritional Information for
1 glass/200ml Cranberry Juice Drink
Calories (kcal)

12.0

Protein (g) 0.2
Carbohydrate (g) 1.6
Fat (g) 0.0
Fibre (g) 0.0

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