The slightly sour and somewhat bitter cranberries are known as kronde in Urdu and have been found to be very useful in enhancing memory, curing dementia, and controlling cholesterol.
Dr. David Wazor and his colleagues from the University of East Anglia (UEA) in the United Kingdom have described cranberries as brain protectors because of the increasing age-related cognitive decline, i.e. loss of memory, forgetfulness, forgetfulness, and inability to focus. Affected ability and ability to remove or avoid other complications.
According to published research, people between the ages of 50 and 80 were given one cup of cranberries per day. The seeds are high in flavonoids while also containing important nutrients such as anthocyanins and proanthocyanidins. It also contains antioxidants and anti-inflammatory ingredients.
All participants were healthy at the time of the survey and were fed cranberries for 12 weeks while cholesterol was noted before and after. A total of 60 people were divided into two groups one group was given cranberry powder while the other group was given a dummy drug.
Now, those who used the powder for three months improved visual, short-term, and other types of memory. Apart from this, a significant reduction in cholesterol was also observed in people consuming cranberries, which is one of the major causes of stroke and heart disease. Experts terming this research as encouraging, they have advised healthy elderly people to eat corn too.