Cranberries can help fight bacteria, disease

11/24/2008 | Los Angeles Times (tiered subscription model)

Cranberries have antibacterial properties because they contain a class of chemical compounds called proanthocyanidins. The healthful berries have the potential to fight gum disease, heart disease and cancer, according to scientists.

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