A combination of proanthocyanidins (c-PAC) derived from cranberries with select probiotic strains may reduce the invasiveness of Escherichia coli, and help protect against urinary tract infections (UTIs).
The recent spate of 1000s of E. coli infectionsin Europe – with no known treatment – that sprang from contaminated vegetables could be reduced in occurrence and severity by probiotics, in vitro trials demonstrate.
Compounds in cranberry juice may provide a viable alternative to
antibiotics that treat urinary tract infections (UTI's) especially
for combating E. coli bacteria that have become resistant to