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Cranberries are not just for the holidays! Center stage in the produce department from early November and past the new year, they are a superfood, loaded with vitamins and nutrients and, barring health issues, should be a part of your healthy diet.
Cranberry extract is a concentrated source of cranberries’ powerful antioxidants and health benefits. I recommend the AZO brand because of its long-standing reputation as a high-quality brand of vitamins and supplements. AZO cranberry extract comes in two formulations.
AZO softgels are easy to swallow and specially formulated with a super-concentrated whole fruit cranberry powder. Taking two of the softgel caps per day is the equivalent of 1 glass of pure cranberry juice.
AZO cranberry Gummies are great for people who have difficulty swallowing pills. Like the softgells, taking 2 of the gummies provides the equivalent of a glass of pure cranberry juice.
Want to incorporate cranberries into your diet?
Check out the Food Network’s awesome 50 Things To Make With Cranberries. You’re sure to find old standards and some new dishes that will become family favorites.