Cranberries have a wealth of health benefits including helping to prevent UTIs and H. pylori infections. Cranberries can be added to many foods to add extra nutrients: pancakes, muffins, smoothies, salads, stuffing, meats, and much more. They are especially popular around the holidays. Follow the links below to find WebMD's comprehensive coverage about cranberry benefits.
Cranberries and Your Health
Traditionally, cranberries have been used to prevent urinary tract and stomach infections. Does it really work?
Nutrient Profile of Cranberries
Cranberries are low in calories and high in fiber. Read the full nutrient profile.
Preparation and Varieties of Cranberries
WebMD discusses preparation and varieties of cranberries. Most cranberries need be cooked before they are eaten.
Do Cranberries Prevent Urinary Tract Infections (UTIs)?
Do cranberries prevent urinary tract infections? WebMD looks at the research.
Cranberries: Rich in Antioxidants
The festive winter fruit may help fight cancer, improve cholesterol levels, even combat cavities.
3 Ways to Cook Cranberries
Cranberries are a holiday favorite that deserve year-round attention.
The Health Benefits of Cranberries
The antioxidant benefits of cranberries are second only to those of blueberries. Here's how to get them year round, including in our recipe for apple cranberry crisp.
Winter Super Foods: Cranberries: Preparation and Varieties
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