I recently talked about a study out of Yale University that showed no reduction in urinary tract infections (UTIs) in women who took the equivalent of 20 ounces of cranberry juice daily, for a year (1). Voices across the medical and health space have echoed these results. Read More
Urinary tract infections (UTIs) ARE BAD. The myth that cranberry juice helps prevent and get rid of UTIs goes back hundreds of years. Maybe it can’t hurt, but studies are showing that it’s definitely not something to rely on. I recently celebrated a study out of Yale University
Cranberry juice helps cure a UTI - the juicy lie that we all wanted to believe. Put down the cran-cocktail and let's set the record straight with how cranberry juice does NOT help cure a urinary tract infection.