Cranberry Is Not Only Good For Turkey

Native Americans introduced the Europeans to cranberries as food coloring, and medicine. In the 1920s, the sauce canned cranberries was introduced, and in the 1940s, cranberry juice has become commercially available. Cranberry has been used for the prevention and treatment of urinary tract infections since the 19th century.

Today, cranberries are available in a variety of forms, such as fresh or frozen cranberries, cranberry juice cocktail, other drinks cranberry, cranberry sauce, and hard or soft gelatin capsules powder. Cranberries are approximately 88% water and contain flavonoids, anthrocyanins, cetechin, triterpinoids, citric acid, malic acid, glucuronic acid, quinic acid, benzoic acid, ellagic acid, and vitamin C. fresh or frozen cranberries are a good source of cranberries, as they contain pure fruit.

Pure cranberry juice is tart like lemon juice because of the high content of citric acid and quinic acid. cranberry juice cocktail is more acceptable, but only 25% -33% juice and contains corn syrup as a sweetener, while others cranberry juice beverage contains juice as little as 10%.

These sugary drinks are relatively high in calories (about 140 calories per 8 ounces) and can cause weight gain in a patient consuming the juice for medicinal purposes. C
ranberry sauce with sweet fruits or gelled at a concentration that half of cranberry juice cocktail is also easily accessible to consumers. Cranberry capsules are a source unsweetened cranberry.

Hard gelatine capsules contain more crude fiber and organic acids that cranberry juice cocktail, while soybean oil-containing soft gelatin capsules and only 8% of the total organic acids found in fresh cranberries. It takes 12 capsules of cranberry powder to even 6 oz cocktail fluid. In several studies, and references to the consumer, many dosages and dosing regimens have been reported for the use of cranberry in the prevention of kidney stones, urinary odor prevention, and prevention and treatment of tract infections urinary.

    
Preventing Urinary Tract Infection 8 oz cranberry juice four times a day for several days and then twice per day; 300 ml / day of cranberry juice.
 

    Treatment of urinary tract infection: cranberry juice 6 oz day for 21 days; 6 ml twice per day.
 

    Reducing urinary odors: 16 oz of cranberry juice per day; 3 oz per day and then increased by 1 oz per week up to 6 oz per day.
 

    Prevention of urinary stones: 1 qt of cranberry juice per day; 8 oz four times daily for several days, then 8 ounces twice daily.

Cranberry juice had some antiviral activity was observed to be enhanced at pH 7.0.
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