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  1. Hi Robin,

    I’m reaching out on behalf of Ocean Spray after reading your post sharing oatmeal topping ideas (which all sound delicious!) and comment regarding the sugar in Craisins. We’re glad to see you are an advocate for making smart nutritional choices and want to make sure that you and your readers understand that cranberries, including dried cranberries, have significant nutritional value and require sweetening to enjoy due to their naturally tart taste.

    Here are a few points about the healthfulness of cranberries that might be of interest in the future:

    • USDA’s MyPlate recognizes dried cranberries as a fruit choice; ¼ cup of Craisins delivers 25% of the recommended daily fruit intake.
    • Cranberries have significant nutritional value. They contain more polyphenols per serving than many common fruits including strawberries, broccoli, white grapes, bananas and apples.
    Note: According to the NIH, polyphenols are antioxidant compounds found in wine, tea, and fruits; recent studies have shown long term consumption of plant polyphenols may defend against the development of cancers, cardiovascular diseases, diabetes, osteoporosis and neurodegenerative diseases.
    • Unlike grapes, apples and oranges, cranberries are naturally low in sugar and require sweetening to enjoy. Craisins have the same amount of sugar as raisins and provide a gram more fiber (3g vs. 2g) and polyphenols (177mg vs. 150mg) per serving than raisins. Ocean Spray also offers Reduced Sugar Craisins which contain 50% less sugar and three times the fiber of original Craisins.
    • Cranberries also contain a unique compound called proanthocyanidins (or PACs) which help cleanse and purify the body. A recent study from the University of Wisconsin revealed a correlation between dried cranberry consumption and improved urinary tract health.

    You can find more information on the health/nutritional benefits of cranberries at http://www.cranberryhealth.com, and please let me know if you have any questions!

    Jana Ross
    For Ocean Spray

  2. I am NOT an artist when it comes to drawing but I have been doing Precept Bible studies for twenty years. I write simple blog with some Christian friends. The idea of digitally studying was intriguing. Thank you for for faithfulness to our Great God and His Wird. For the world today needs to be reached anyway we can.

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