National Cranberry Day in USA
National Cranberry Day in USA is held on November 25. Celebrated on the fourth Saturday of November. This event in the third decade of the month November is annual. Help us
Cranberries Were Originally Called ibimi. Native Americans Used Cranberries as a Remedy. Only 5% of Cranberries are Sold Fresh. Cranberries Can Help Whiten Your Teeth. Cranberries have natural flavonoids in them that can help prevent the growth of plaque, bacteria and gum disease, according to USA Today. That's if you eat them as a natural berry, otherwise, added sugar in cranberry juice and sauce is obviously not good for your dental hygiene.
Cranberries have anti-inflammatory effects, thanks to their high amounts of antioxidants, especially anthocyanins and flavanols, which give cranberries their dark hue. Antioxidants have been shown to reduce the risk of certain chronic diseases because they can help lower inflammation in our bodies.
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