Immune Support

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Posted 01/01/70

You probably think of cranberries as the zingy accompaniment to your Thanksgiving turkey, but cranberries are a powerhouse all their own and deserve our attention year-round. Cranberries are native to the United States and Canada. They were used extensively by Native Americans as food, medicine, in ceremony and even as a natural dye. Early American settlers also quickly learned their value and used them not just as food but also to prevent scurvy and for a variety of conditions such as stomach ailments, fever, liver problems, swollen glands and mumps.[i] Today the United States still grows the majority of the...