|Type of Study
||Randomized Double-blind, placebo-controlled, Human Clinical Study
||Participants: 153 elderly women
||Dosage: 300 ml Cranberry juice
||Use of a 300ml cranberry beverage reduces the frequency of bacteriuria with pyuria in older women. The bacterial adherence to the surfaces in the urea trackt, a prerequisite for the development of most mammalian infections. It was found that Procyanidins (PAC) are responsible for the lower binding effect.
||AVORN J., MONANE M., GURWITZ J.H., GLYNN R.J., CHOODNOVSKIY I., LIPSITZ L. A.
|Full research text
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