vitamin B3 or vitamin PP (niacin), vitamin B5 (pantothenic acid), vitamin B6 (pyridoxine), vitamin B9 (folic acid), vitamin C (ascorbic acid), vitamin E (tocopherol)

Trace elements:

potassium, calcium, magnesium, sodium, phosphorus, chlorine, potassium

Trace elements:

iron, selenium, manganese, copper, zinc

100 g of dried cranberries contains:

proteins – 4,7 g, fat – 0 g, carbohydrates – 36 g

Energy value of 100 g of dried cranberries:

kJ / kcal-1035/247

Size fraction:

powder; slices up to 1,5 mm; 1,5-3 mm; 3-6 mm; 6-12 mm

Dried cranberry

DRIED CRANBERRY   an unusual fruit, which is recommended by doctors all over the world for the prevention of SARS, flu, urinary infections, and also to strengthen the immune system. Fruit acids have a beneficial effect on metabolism and stimulate the activity of the digestive tract. Due to the presence of benzene acid, the berries of dried cranberries have bactericidal and antibacterial properties. Berry fights against early aging, helps to get rid of cystitis.

Phenolic compounds are of particular value, as they have capillary-strengthening, anti-sclerotic, anti-carcinogenic properties, they also prevent the formation of plaques, blood clots, neutralize free radicals. Dried cranberries include pectic substances, which remove toxic metals, radionuclides and toxins from the body. The fruits of dried cranberries contain the biological compound betaine, the presence of which in the body protects it from fatty degeneration of the liver and reduces cholesterol in the blood.

As a rule, dried cranberries can be added to tea, juice, any fruit drinks or stewed fruits, they are also used for baking, and are used in preparation of  cereals and salads. It is used in the manufacture of fruit, cereal, berry bars. When applied externally, it has a lifting effect, eliminates red spots and acne, narrows pores.