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Use it for: Urinary tract infections, dental plaque
Cranberry is most commonly used for prevention and treatment of urinary tract infections (UTIs), but not all cranberry is created equal. While drinking cranberry juice seems to help prevent UTIs, so far it doesn't seem to be effective in treating a UTI once you have it. Other proven benefits include decreasing your risk for stomach ulcers and reducing dental plaque.
Is it safe? Yes. Pass the cranberry sauce to brighten up your smile this holiday season. Or, if you're prone to UTIs, take the tart berry in pill form.
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