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fucking proccesed food… such as waste of good produce
Awesome… as usual! <3
I thought Gershon therapy avoided all berries
You can pick up 100% Cranberry Juice from several companies. It would be interesting to see if any of those compare with eating raw cranberries. They are still very tart and I dilute them in a glass of water to get it down. But I have acquired a taste for it.
Vitamix frozen cranberries w/ Veggies+ ripe banana and apple. done.
@tbayguy, YES!!! they are so good to add to *other * berries too…I add them to blues and straws in blender to sweeten up my dark berry concoctions 4 to 5 times each week, plus almond milk and ground flax. Usually at Thanksgiving time, I load up on fresh raw crans and chuck them into my freezer. Great stuff!
pat557, just bought a gently used Vitamix today…am *so*happy*…my little Osterizer is from the early 80's and probably will give up the ghost soon!
Why don't you (Dr Gregger) provide links to all the different research papers you talk about in your videos?
He always shows the "Head" of the Studies with full name – you can google the name and will allways find the study! Try it – i did 🙂
Example: First Studie in this Video is "Cranberries: ripe for more cancer research?" – google gives the right suggestion by just typing "Cranberries: ripe for". Have fun!
Great idea – i use raspberries – have to mix my smothie up with some cranberries! Thx for suggesting!
Lakewood organic cranberry juice available in many health food stores is pure and not even from concentrate. The only processing is that it is pasteurized. It is extremely strong and I need to use water with it. Too bad we cant get studies on that??? I suppose blending raw whole cranberries in with water may also do the trick!
Would lyophilized (freeze-dried) cranberries keep the qualities?
Oh, and I'd consider sweetening them with xylitol (~40% caloric), erythritol (even less) or another polyol rather than sugar or fructose. It can even be beneficial for health.
The article by dr Greger is called "Erythritol May Be a Sweet Antioxidant".
The real question is, does this synergystic effect persist after the cranberries pass through the bloodstream? If drying affects them that much, what would submersing in acid and slowly eroding them through a couple hundred yards of intestine do?
Of course, I love sour food. But it's important to know if this awesome anti-cancer effect gets all the way from your mouth to the actual cancer.
You're everywhere tbaguy lol
I don't have any mint, but the last few days I made breakfast smoothies with just apples, pears and fresh cranberries. Yum! Today I added some spirulina.
What happens if we combine cranberry,lemon and apple peel solids? Would there be an additive effect on cancer?
What happens when the cranberries are added to "normal" cell lines?
It cracks me up when researchers try so hard to identify an isolated component of various foods that they could potentially profit from when it is almost always the whole of the components working together in synergy. That's the beauty and wisdom of nature. Not sure why we always think we can do better…
I must be a freak, I eat raw cranberries, love the tart
Hmm I wonder if I can grow cranberries in a cooler climate.what climate do cranberries grow best in?if you have to eat them fresh then we are best to grow them where I live as u can only get them frozen or dried etc and I love dried and eat them nearly every day.Great video,thanks for all the great info on health 🙂
I eat a handful of frozen unsweetened cranberries a day. The tartness doesn't bother me.
where can you buy fresh cranberries?
Stevia, Erythritol,Truvia.Do they really need to be raw? Cooking would make them much more palatable .
I add frozen raw cranberries to smoothies with pineapple and mango.
I don't understand why you would need 7 cups of dried cranberries to get 1 cup of fresh cranberries. Shouldn't you need fewer dried cranberries by volume?
Well I already eat frozen cranberries because they're a good source of iodine.
Are lingonberries as powerful?
is this true for Cooked cranberries?
How much cranberries do you need for benefit. Does cooking hurt the berry? I cook my with water and then add it to my oatmeal every day.
Eating some frozen cranberries right now. 😀 They're nature's sour candy. Yum!
I love this channel!
One can easily add a half cup or more of frozen fresh, unsweetened cranberries to a banana and leafy green vegetable smoothie and not taste the tartness. I originally starting using cranberries because they had a very low glycemic load, so it's good to learn that they can potentially head off cancer also.
In the health food section of my market, there is a 100% cranberry juice, very sour, though I've sort of developed a taste for it. Adding stevia makes it much better.
Why would frozen Cranberries be less effective? And what about freeze dried pure cranberry juice. I'm asking because fresh cranberries are not available here in Australia. Any info most welcome. Thanks
Excellent info! Thanks Dr. Gregger.
Add a few frozen organic cranberries each day to steam basket with veggies…yum…not too tart
I often mix a cup of cranberries into my smoothies. Blueberries, bananas, or other fruit balance out the tartness.
I have found pure cranberry juice at various grocery stores, where they add no sugar at all.
We can cure some cancers with diets, but there is a perverted world of pharmacists who won't treat a patient unless they pay shitloads of money. Everybody else is called charlatans.
How about frozen crans cooked later
with the sugar lts so dangerus with cancer
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