Cranberries have a sour taste because it is rare for people to consume them directly. Although acidic, cranberries have a lot of natural nutritional content.
In one serving of 110 grams of cranberries contains the following nutrients:
46 grams of calories
3.6 grams of fiber
12% of manganese from daily consumption
16% of vitamin C from daily consumption
The greatest benefit of cranberries is to treat urinary tract infections. Cranberries have agents to prevent E. coli bacteria from sticking to the urinary tract that causes infections.
Cranberries juice is also useful for dealing with cholesterol, maintaining blood sugar levels, and dealing with oxidative stress.