Fruit ( berry )

It’s a small, tart berry of wild origins, predominantly growing in the bogs of North America. From the 17th century to the 19th century, the cranberry was widely consumed by sailors in the eastern part of North America. They found that those who ate them were not victims of scurvy. Much later, we learned that it was a due to the tiny berry’s abundance of vitamin C.

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Associated Nutrients - Cranberry

  • Flavonoids
  • Vitamin C
  • Fiber
  • Sodium

Associated Qualities - Cranberry

  • Prevents urinary infections
  • Prevents cardiovascular disorders
  • Fights against gastric ulcers