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AIM CranVerry® Unlike many other cranberry products that are made from dried and/or ground berries, AIM CranVerry® is made from concentrated juice, minus the fiber, making it easier for your body to absorb the available nutrients. AIM CranVerry® provides a way to receive the benefits of cranberry juice in convenient vegetarian capsules. Unlike cranberry beverages that usually contain large amounts of processed sugar, AIM CranVerry® has no added sugar.
Cranberry has a long history of use in folk medicine. Early European, Native American, and Asian cultures
used it for treating wounds and swollen glands, for the prevention of scurvy, for the prevention and treatment of bladder and kidney stones as well as infection. In addition, today’s evidence shows that cranberries may help treat and prevent urinary tract infections and reduce the risk of gum disease, ulcers, heart disease, diabetes, and even cancer.
Urinary tract health Cranberry has long been used to treat urinary tract infections (UTIs), and recent research is beginning to bear this out. The kidneys make urine, which consists of about 95 percent water and 5 percent urea and various salts. This urine exits the kidney via long, thin tubes called ureters. The ureters (one from each kidney) drain into the bladder. When the bladder fills, you get a signal that it is time to urinate. The urine passes out of your body through a canal called the urethra. Anything that interferes with this flow may cause the urine to back up and stagnate in the bladder, making the urinary tract vulnerable to infection.
About 20 percent of women will experience a urinary tract infection sometime during their lives. Of those, 80 percent will have another within 18 months. The incidence in men is less, although the risk increases substantially with age in both sexes. These infections are caused by the introduction of bacteria into the urinary tract, usually Escherichia coli (E. coli). Once inside, they thrive in the warm, moist environment. Ultimately, they begin to affect urine production and the function of the bladder, resulting in painful or frequent urination, nausea, and fever.
Reduction in gum disease and ulcers While cranberry is perhaps best known for its effect on urinary tract health, newer research indicates that it may act elsewhere in the body against other bacteria as well. The adhesion of the different types of bacteria that cause both periodontal gum disease and stomach ulcers have both been shown to be inhibited by cranberry. A recent study reported that a unique cranberry juice component, NDM, has the ability to reverse and inhibit the coaggregation of certain oral bacteria responsible for dental plaque and periodontal disease in vitro. Peptic ulcers, too, may benefit from a serving of cranberries. A constituent of cranberries has been shown to inhibit the adhesion of Helicobacter pylori bacteria tohuman gastric mucus in vitro. H. pylori is increasingly suspected to be the cause of peptic ulcers.
- Helps maintain urinary tract health
- May help prevent gum disease and cavities
- May help prevent peptic ulcers
- Provides powerful antioxidants
- May reduce food-borne illness caused by bacteria
- More than 10 years of safe and beneficial use by AIM Members
- 342 mg of dried cranberry juice concentrate per capsule
- Concentrate derived from pure juice from cranberries (no fiber included)
- Most economical way to get the benefits of cranberry juice
- No added sugars or artificial sweeteners
- 90-count vegetarian capsules
AIM CranVerry® is a Women’s Health product. The complete Women’s Health line consists of AIM Renewed Balance™, AIM RevitaFem™, and AIM CranVerry®. Use these products to help yourself maintain women’s health.