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Cranberries

While this food is very popular come Christmas or Thanksgiving, many people completely forget about some of the potent health benefits that cranberries have to offer. Rather than just saving this berry for the holiday occasions, it's time to start making it a regular mainstay in your diet so you can more clearly see what all it has to offer.

Let's take a quick look at the health benefits of cranberries so you can realize all the health benefits t hey will offer you.

Prevents Urinary Tract Infections

Potentially the most well-known benefit that cranberries have to offer is the protection they give those who are suffering from urinary tract infections.  Even if you aren't currently suffering, by including cranberries in your diet on a daily basis you can take a big step forward to preventing the development of urinary track infections in the first place.

Protection Against Stomach Ulcers

Taking cranberries in a daily basis is one of the best ways to prevent urinary tract infections as we just outlined but in addition to this, it's also going to protect the lining of the stomach as well.

This can then help to reduce the occurrence of stomach ulcers in some individuals and help keep your system functioning that much better.

Improves The Cardiovascular System Through Reduced Inflammation

One of the biggest risks to your cardiovascular system is the build-up of inflammation and taking in cranberries on a regular basis can help to reduce this.  In addition to helping reduce the inflammation in the cardiovascular system, they'll also help to reduce the inflammation in the digestive tract as well.

This is very important for the reduction of plaque formation and the future development of atherosclerosis.

Antioxidant Protection

Finally, just like many other fruits, especially berries, cranberries are also great for providing antioxidant protection.  This will help the body fight off any free radical damage taking place and help reduce your risk of disease.

The one thing that you do want to note whenever you choose to eat cranberries however is that it's best if you can purchase them in straight berry form rather than consumed them canned in sugar.  The added sugar will really boost the overall calorie content of the food and this would then offset many of the health benefits that they provide.

If chosen naturally as berries though, they will be a perfect addition to your everyday diet.

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