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).

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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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