Cranberry is a native fruit of North America and it is famous for its potential health benefits. Cranberry juice has long been consumed for the prevention of urinary tract infections caused by Escherichia coli. These studies have highlighted the unique properties of cranberry, and have led researchers to take a closer look at other potential health benefits of it.
Evidence from in vitro studies shows that phytochemicals from cranberry may have a mitigating effect on tumour development, limiting the ability of cancer cells to invade and metastasize. Anti-inflammatory properties of cranberry may also decrease the risk of developing some cancers.
Our expert team of Nutritionists in Edinburgh will discuss this and more at our next talk….. Food & Cancer: Promoter or Killer? Thursday June 15th 6pm
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Have a great week ahead,