Cranberries -- good for what ails
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#1 Nov 25, 2008
just don't eat the dingleberries.
#3 Mar 17, 2009
I wonder if that is just a myth
#4 Dec 7, 2009
Cranberries are higher in antioxidants than even blueberries. They can block the bacteria that harm teeth and eventually gums. So does low sugar peanut butter and chewing gum with Xylatol.
Here's a list of common foods high in antioxidants:
Here's an interesting list of great Superfoods, including cranberries:
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#5 Feb 26, 2010
#6 May 6, 2013
Cranberries, cranberry juice or fruit pills are popular natural alternatives for urinary tract infections as well. While they do not get rid of the bacteria, they aid in easing symptoms and even help reduce a person's risk of developing recurrent UTIs. People who may have more serious cases of UTIs may need to turn to a doctor for professional help. There are more posts about similar problems at bladdermeshlawsuit.us/ what-is-transvaginal-mesh-and- what-is-it-used-for/ for those concerned and interested.
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