The doctors called the berry, which will successfully replace the pill from toothache


Researchers from the University of Rochester have discovered a new remedy for toothache - cranberries.

As it turned out, cranberry juice does not allow bacteria, causing caries, to "fix" on the surface of the teeth. The results of this study were published by Caries Research.

Earlier, the cranberry demonstrated its other advantages. In 2005, the University of Wisconsin identified a link between the consumption of cranberries and the improvement of the heart.

In 2004, the University of Scranton found that cranberries increases the amount of "good" cholesterol in the human blood.

In 2002, the Infectious Disease Society of America reported that cranberries are capable of destroying pathogens that cause inflammation of the genitourinary system, which are resistant to antibiotics.

Source: telegraf

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