These fruits are edible and sour, and sourness may predominate over sweetness.
Cranberries are grown commercially in the United States and Canada, their fruits are eaten fresh, or they are used to make juices, sauces, jams, and nuts (dried cranberries).
The most important properties of cranberry are prevention of kidney stones and treatment of kidney infections.
Research shows that cranberries prevent Helicobacter pylori pathogens from attaching to the stomach wall.
Studies have shown that consuming cranberries and products containing them reduces bacterial infections in the mouth, the risk of tooth decay and gum disease, and prevents the formation of dental plaque.
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