Cranberries – a fruit that can actually help reduce the use of antibiotics.

Besides helping consumers meet the recommended daily intake of fruit and being an important part of a balanced diet, cranberries are supported by more than 50 years of research suggesting that they play an essential role in promoting health and wellness

Now, new research shows that the cranberry’s benefits may have a more impactful role than previously thought. Results from a landmark clinical study published by the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition conclusively shows that cranberries can be a nutritional approach to reducing symptomatic UTIs, and as a result, may be a useful strategy to decrease worldwide use of antibiotics. This comes as welcome news as the threat of antibiotic resistance continues to grow worldwide.

To learn more about the exceptional cranberry, its one-of-a-kind health benefits and why researchers believe its may be able to reduce the worldwide use of antibiotics, explore the sections below.