Nutrition facts – Cranberries

The time has come to call cranberries and write a few words about it 🙂

Cranberries are appreciated since a long time, mainly for their  beneficial influence on the body. Due to the high tannin content it has an antibacterial activity, and the high content of vitamin C promotes collagen synthesis and has a positive effect on immunity. Cranberry is also a source of fiber, supporting the proper functioning of the digestive system. In its composition among the nutrients we can find vitamin E, potassium, manganese, phosphorus, iodine, magnesium, and support for the thyroid. Cranberry is commonly known as a good way to fight urinary tract infections. It has antifungal and antibacterial activity.

Cranberries are available as fresh fruit, but also as a dried snack or juice. The pharmacies will also find supplements containing it. I suggest cranberries in the form of Lio Shake (HERE)


  • freeze-dried cranberry powder is a kind of concentrate, which has approximately 10 times more vitamins and minerals than its fresh counterpart.
  • due to the powdered form it is very easy to prepare meals with it
  • ideal for traveling
  • perfect for cocktails, smoothies and other dishes- enough to add  1-2 teaspoons

Systematically I add recipes with the use of Lio Shake.

Or maybe you have your own  idea to use cranberries in the food? 🙂

I suggest a cocktail:

  • 1 avocado
  • 1 apple
  • 1 green peeled cucumber
  • 1  tablespoon of cranberry Lio Shake
  • 1/2 cup of mineral water


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