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Saturday, 4 September 2010

Cranberry juice shows promise blocking Staph infections

Expanding their scope of study on the mechanisms of bacterial infection, researchers have reported the surprise finding from a small clinical study that cranberry juice cocktail blocked a strain of Staphylococcus aureus from beginning the process of infection.

And it tastes good as well. For some reason the supermarkets here in Spain don't seem to stock that much of it, and it is very expensive when they do.

Read the article in Science Daily Cranberry juice shows promise blocking Staph infections

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