Welcome to our Healthy Mom series. Often times us moms are so busy taking care of others, we forget to take care of ourselves. This series will mention some products that will not only keep you healthy but will also keep you feeling good.
Note: We are not doctors, please do not mistake our advice for medical advice. Consult a doctor if you have a medical situation or question.
It is no secret that cranberries are good for you. According to Cranberry Care’s resource page… Its due in part to their intensive cultivation method, cranberries are full of healthy stuff. They’re low in sodium, and they contain no fat and no cholesterol. Meanwhile, they’re incredibly rich in Vitamin C, Fiber, Manganese, Vitamin K, and Vitamin A. In addition, they have a very full range of micronutrients, including tons of antioxidants.
Plus, cranberries are known for their bacteria-fighting powers. This makes them a popular cure for bacterial infections that cause common types of urinary tract infections, and they’re also used in plenty of folk remedies for everything from acne to the common cold.
That’s where Cranberry Care comes in.
Each tiny 2.5-oz bottle of Cranberry Care does more than support urinary tract health.
– Concentrated Antioxidants in Dark Fruits
– All-Natural Formula
– Excellent Source of Vitamin C
– 40 Calories Per 2.5-oz Serving
– 7 Grams of Sugar
Each Cranberry Care liquid supplement is made from whole cranberry and hibiscus extracts – clinically proven* to support urinary tract health – and blended with antioxidant-rich blueberry and pomegranate juices for a powerful, all-natural, straight shot. This tiny drink also provides an excellent source of vitamin C with only 40 calories per serving.
Cranberry Care is currently available in the pharmacy section at Costco retailers throughout the Northwest region and will be available online at www.Costco.com beginning January 10, 2012.
Suggested Retail Price: $19.99 per 10-pack of 2.5-ounce bottles
disclaimer: I wasn’t compensated for this post.
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