What do Cranberries, Lung cancer and Colon cancer have in common?

Did you know eating Cranberries can stop the development of colon cancer, lung cancer, and a few forms of leukemia??
“Cranberries should be eaten all year, not just in the fall, because they contain benzoic acid, which stops the development of colon cancer, lung cancer, and a few forms of leukemia.A study at the University of Rochester Medical Center discovered that the same traits found in cranberries which protect against bladder infections also protect the teeth against cavities.Kennedy suggests buying fresh cranberries now, since they are at their nutritional peak, and putting them in the freezer to eat later. This way, the berries will give the highest level of protection against cancer when they are eaten.” Medical News Today

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