Dried Cranberry


Health Benefits Of Cranberries

People call cranberries a superfood for good reason: They have all kinds of health-boosting benefits.

They’re high in antioxidants. A study found that out of 20 common fruits, cranberries have the highest level of phenols, a type of antioxidant. (Red grapes were a distant second.)

They’re also high in anthocyanins. These are the compounds that give cranberries their dark red color. Studies have shown that they may have anti-cancer and anti-inflammatory effects. They may also:

  • Protect against liver disease
  • Lower blood pressure
  • Improve eyesight
  • Improve cardiovascular health

They help with urinary tract health. Studies have shown that cranberries can help lessen the risk of urinary tract infection (UTI) in certain people. This includes children or women who get them often. Your doctor may suggest that you take them as supplements or drink the juice from time to time.

But this won’t cure a UTI after it starts. If you think you have one, talk to your doctor about a better treatment.

Cranberries may help with gut health. Studies have shown that they can improve gut bacteria in people who eat an animal-based diet. In other words, if you eat a lot of meat, dairy, and sugar, cranberries can help put good bacteria back into your digestive system. They also reduce bile acids in the gut that have a link to colon and gastrointestinal cancers.

They keep your mouth healthy. Just like in your digestive system, cranberries help control harmful acids in your mouth. They lessen the amount of acid you make and keep it from sticking to your teeth. This helps stop cavities, gum disease, tooth decay, and even oral cancer.

Cranberries also have compounds called proanthocyanidins, which could lower your chance of getting cancer, but more research is needed.

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Dried cranberries are super-rich in Vitamin C. It is also low in calories to help maintain body weight and supplies adequate essential dietary fibers and proteins. Furthermore, dried cranberries also offer the key spectrum of B vitamins to regulate metabolism and cellular energy requirements.

The following is the nutritional value of dried cranberries, per 100 g, in most organic, unsweetened packs of dried cranberries is as follows:

Energy        38 kcal


Carbohydrates 9.62 g

Dietary fiber        1 g

Fat 0.04 g

Protein 0.76 g



Thiamine (B1)     3%

Riboflavin (B2)    2%

Niacin (B3) 1%

Vitamin B6 3%

Vitamin C   73%


Iron  1%

Magnesium         2%

Manganese         1%

Phosphorus         2%

Potassium 5%

Sodium      0%

Zinc   1%

The dry fruits also comprises ample potassium which is sufficient for the daily requirement of adults, besides beneficial anthocyanin and flavonoid antioxidants. Other vital trace minerals in this citrus fruits include phosphorus, copper, iron, calcium, magnesium and zinc.

Also Read: Zinc: Functions, Food Sources, Deficiency And Toxicity


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