Cranberries have the properties to fight infection and inflammation. Red fruits are very effective in treating urinary tract infections, stomach and gum diseases.
Cranberry (Vaccinium vitis-idaea) is an evergreen shrub with edible fruit. Although there are cultivated varieties, wild ones are also harvested, from which jam is made. It grows as a compact small bush with a height of 10-40 cm. The plant is very hardy at low temperatures below −40 °C.
In addition to bright colors and a very sour taste, unlike other fruits, the cranberry is extremely rich in vitamins, which are very powerful antioxidants. Cranberries also have a rich variety of phytonutrients and other nutrients. They are also perfectly balanced and easily digestible.
Sour fruits are extremely useful for infectious diseases and inflammations. The fruit is effective in treating urinary infections, stomach and gum diseases. Proanthocyanidin, which is contained in the cranberry, does not allow bacteria to linger in the body.
Cranberry is also an excellent source of vitamin C and antioxidants, which prevent aging of the body and the onset of chronic diseases, so doctors recommend eating the fruit as often as possible.
Cranberry, sugar, sunflower oil.
Nutritional values per 100 g:
Energy value: 1288 kJ / 308 kcal
Fat: 1.4 g
of which saturated: 0.1 g
Carbohydrates: 82 g
of which sugars: 55 g
Fiber: 6 g
Proteins: 0.1 g
Sodium: 3 mg
Potassium: 40 mg
For direct consumption.
Packing: 100 g