Adding cranberry juice to your diet offers a plethora of health benefits. It is one of the healthiest juices you can find. However, it is advisable to opt for natural fresh juice as opposed to the store-bought juice which contains mostly sugar and concentrate. Both of which are just not as healthy as the natural, fresh juice.

Fresh cranberries are largely water and contain around 87% per 100g. They have a little carbohydrate content at 3.4g per 100g, all of which are natural fruit sugars (glucose and fructose).


They also contain 15 calories per 100g and have almost negligible protein and fat, but are a good source of a variety of vitamins and minerals, including calcium which helps blood clot properly, beta carotene which converts to vitamin A and helps support the immune system and some vitamin C, which is important for healthy skin and wound…

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