Cranberries were the very first product that Nutrativa Global produced, back when the company was called Northern Lights Food Processing. While cranberry juice has always been a popular drink, modern scientific discoveries have proven what generations of cranberry lovers have always known: that cranberry juice is good for you.
Patented technology has allowed us to transform the healthy benefits of cranberry juice into a cranberry juice powder. This form makes conservation and transportation much more efficient, letting us bring the health benefits of cranberry juice to more areas, markets and industries.
It Prevents Infections in the Urinary Tract.
The minerals that are found naturally in cranberry juice act as a deterrent for such infections. Also, chemical preservatives are a factor in the rise of these infections. Cranberry juice has its own natural preservatives, and cranberry juice powder is often used in industries as a natural preservative for other products.
It Reduces Dental Plaque.
Bacteria in the mouth tends to form plaque, which in turn can result in gum disease and loss of teeth. Once the plaque is formed, only a dentist can get rid of it. Cranberry juice acts as an inhibitor of bacteria growth, preventing the formation of plaque and all the health issues that result from it.
It May Prevent the Creation of Kidney Stones.
This benefit is not 100% confirmed, but latest scientific research appears to point to it. By its nature, cranberry aids the body systems in getting rid of waste, so it wouldn’t surprise us if it were confirmed.
It May Help Prevent Cancer.
The latest understanding of cancer is that antioxidants and phytochemicals can reduce the risk of cancer. While cancer is still a disease that we’re trying to understand fully, there is no doubt that cranberries contains elements that can help in the fight against cancer.
It Helps Prevent Yeast Infections.
Cranberry’s natural properties impede bacteria from sticking to the tongue, mouth, and intestines. As a result, it’s more difficult for bacteria to grow and create yeast infections.