Cranberry extract has antibacterial properties, preliminary studies find

Recent research strongly suggests that astringent compounds in cranberries called proanthocyanidins may be responsible for the long-known antibiotic effect of cranberries. Despite the preliminary nature of some of the studies, the overall results demonstrate the efficacy of cranberries in combating not only urinary tract infections, but also ulcers, cavities, gum disease and E. coli food contamination.

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