1. Anthocyanidins 1-25% UV
2. Proanthocyanidins (PAC) 1-25% UV
3. Extract Ratio: 5:1
4. Fruit Powder
Appearance: Purple to Dark-Purple fine powder
Cranberries are native to North America. They are farmed on approximately 40,000 acres across the northern United States and Canada. The origin of our cranberry raw material is Canada.
Cranberries are a popular and healthful food. They are low in calories and high in vitamins C, A, and K.
They also contain proanthocyanidins (PACs), an antioxidant that may help prevent various diseases.
Since they are a good source of vitamin K, people who use blood thinners should ask their doctor before consuming extra cranberries.
The cranberry is perhaps best known for preventing urinary tract infections (UTIs), especially for those with recurrent infections. The high level of antioxidant proanthocyanidins (PACs) in cranberries helps to stop certain bacteria from adhering to the urinary tract walls. In this way, the PACs in cranberries help prevent infection.
Some evidence suggests that the polyphenols in cranberries may reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease (CVD). It does this by preventing platelet build-up and lowering blood pressure through anti-inflammatory mechanisms.
The proanthocyanidins in cranberries may also benefit oral health. Cranberries may also be beneficial in preventing gum disease.