Cranberry has a unique sour and sweet taste, refreshing and refreshing. Cranberry cultivation requires special environmental and climatic conditions, resulting in limited yield and high value. Therefore, it is known as the “ruby” in North America. It is not only rich in vitamin C, but also contains abundant phytochemicals (including anthocyanins, anthocyanins, tannic acid, etc.), making it a super antioxidant.

The efficacy and nutritional value of cranberries

  1. Beauty and skincare

Cranberries are rich in antioxidants such as vitamin C and flavonoids, as well as pectin. On the one hand, they can supplement the skin with necessary nutrients, and on the other hand, they can resist skin aging caused by free radicals. They can also help eliminate toxins and fats from the body, improve constipation, and play a role in beauty and beauty.

  1. Protecting the pelvic cavity

The tannins contained in cranberries can effectively prevent bacteria from entering the pelvic cavity, helping us prevent inflammation of the fallopian tube system and improve urinary system health issues. It can also inhibit the attachment of Helicobacter pylori to the gastrointestinal tract, reducing the incidence of gastric ulcers and stomach cancer.

  1. Promote digestion

Cranberries are beneficial for optimizing the balance of gut microbiota throughout the digestive tract, helping to create a healthy “gut microbiota” environment.

  1. Protecting the oral cavity

Cranberries are rich in polyphenolic compounds, which can inhibit the secretion of proteases by periodontitis pathogens, prevent the adhesion of Streptococcus mutans on the surface of teeth, effectively prevent the occurrence of dental caries, reduce the adhesion of bacteria inside the oral cavity, and improve oral health.

  1. Cardiovascular health

Cranberries have positive effects on the heart and blood vessels. Cranberries contain flavonol glycosides, which have a positive effect on cholesterol levels and promote blood circulation. The concentrated tannic acid in cranberries can prevent the urinary system and inhibit the attachment of Helicobacter pylori in the gastrointestinal tract. Patients with kidney stones and gout are not recommended to eat cranberries to avoid worsening the symptoms of kidney stones or gout.

  1. Prevention of senile dementia

Cranberries have a very strong resistance to free radical substances – flavonoids, and their content ranks among the top 20 common vegetables and fruits. Bioflavonoids can prevent dementia in the elderly.

Cranberries have many benefits for women’s health. Our company supplies cranberry extracts to various parts of the world year-round. If you are interested in purchasing, feel free to contact us at any time.