Cranberries contain compounds called proanthocyanidins that may prevent bacteria from attaching to the bladder wall, which could cause urinary infections. Human studies suggest possible benefit in some populations including prostate cancer patients, but overall evidence is mixed. Cranberry may also prevent bacteria H. pylori a major factor in peptic ulcer disease and gastric cancer. Although lab studies suggest activity against several types of cancer cells, these properties have yet to be evaluated in human studies. Regarding anticancer effects, lab studies suggest cranberry juice extract and isolated compounds may inhibit various types of cancer cells, but these observations have not been studied in humans. Cranberries has also been used to protect against cancer.(Cranberry Mossberry)
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