Experts from the University of Massachusetts conducted a study and found: cranberry significantly reduces the likelihood of developing colorectal cancer (cancer of the intestine). The data has been confirmed in experiments with laboratory mice, writes The Daily Mail.
Animals received cranberry extract, equivalent to one Cup for man. As a result of bowel cancer in mice was decreased by 50%, some disappeared altogether. Analysis of blood showed reduced levels of inflammation.
Researchers find it difficult to answer the question of whether to have cranberry extract the same effect on people. One thing is clear, any effective remedy against cancer, modern medicine. If it is likely to reduce the risk of cancer, you need to use, say scientists.