According to the World Health Organization antibiotic resistance is one of the greatest challenges for public health today. But, research shows cranberries are a nutritional approach to help reduce certain infections and therefore, reduce the amount of antibiotics used to treat them.
Urinary tract infections affect over 150 million people per year globally – making them the second most common type of infection. Both men and woman can get a UTI and certain groups are at an increased risk. Fortunately, research confirms cranberries may be a nutritional approach to preventing recurring symptomatic UTIs.
Half the world’s population carries H.pylori bacteria, which causes stomach ulcers. But, here is a tiny red berry that may help your body fight back.
Learn how the cranberry may help reduce the activity of cavity-causing bacteria in the mouth.