Cranberry is native to North America and has been used in traditional ways for hundreds of years. From health support to fabric dye, cranberries have always been used for much more than a delicious and nutrient rich snack.
One cup of cranberries has 14 mg of vitamin C, 50 IU of vitamin A, 71 mg of potassium, and only 12 grams of carbohydrates, and their helpful for low carb diets because of their acidity. Foods that contain acids help lower the glycemic value of food, which is important in maintaining healthy blood sugar when you're in normal range.
Supplementing with cranberry may help support urinary tract health as well as antioxidant benefits.* Cranberry may also increase blood vessel diameter, helping to improve blood flow throughout the body.* Finally, a regular intake of cranberry may help support overall heart health.*