Cranberry Juice

Cranberry juice is ‘unlikely’ to prevent UTIs, however supplements may have some promise, says the Cochrane review

Cranberries ‘unlikely’ to prevent UTIs, says Cochrane

By Nathan Gray

Cranberry juice does not appear to have a significant benefit in preventing urinary tract infections and may be 'unacceptable' to consume in the long term, according to the findings of a new systematic review by the Cochrane Collaboration.

Cranberry may boost heart health: Mayo Clinic RCT

Cranberry may boost heart health: Mayo Clinic RCT

By Stephen Daniells

Two glasses of cranberry juice a day may protect against the development of hardening of the arteries, according to a new study by scientists at the Mayo Clinic and College of Medicine.

Cranberry juice beats powder for UTI protection?

Cranberry juice beats powder for UTI protection?

By Stephen Daniells

The urinary tract benefits of cranberry may be better delivered as a juice than as a powder, according to a new study that indicates the mechanism are more complex than first thought.

The juice used in the study contained 2x the normal amount

Cranberry shows heart health benefits: Study

By Stephen Daniells

Polyphenol-rich cranberry juice may boost heart health by alleviating arterial stiffness, says a new study from the Boston and Tufts Universities.

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