Sunday, February 24, 2008

Cranberry Protein in the News

Cranberry protein? Indeed. A complete protein with a full amino acid profile, a few essential fatty acids, fiber, antioxidants, and more, cranberry protein is making the news.

It's interesting to note how manufacturers compare cranberry protein to soy and dairy proteins, which are known to have allergenic issues for many people. No mention of non-allergenic rice protein, the party's wallflower, but that's marketing for you.

While cranberry protein is not as concentrated of a protein (only 23-30 percent by weight) as the more usual suspects, cranberry protein is chock full of both soluble (5-20%) and insoluble (40-47%) fiber as well as "46% more powerful antioxidants than cranberries" themselves.

Hmmm. What shall we dream up using cranberry protein? :-)

1 comment: said...

Cindy I have been a member of Our Health Coop long before you purchased the company for i.e. Dr. Brooks before he sold his farm in Arkansas.
By the way do you know what happened to Dr. Brooks Alternative Website????

I have used OHC products on a daily basis since the inception. I probably spend $100.00 or more each month on vitamins, herbs and supplements. I am a Holistic Alternative Health nut. I am putting up a website for Seniors, this week. I am looking for affiliations with companies where I use their products. I would like to establish an affiliate relationship with OHC for a mutual beneficial relationship. My website would place paid orders directly to your order department in W.Palm Beach with a tracking number, your firm would remitt to my firm on a monthly basis. I know you keep cost at the lowest level possible for quality products, if we could establish a 1% affiliate fee I would be happy to work with you. May I hear from you. Thanks, Don Wagley , Atlanta, Ga.
P.S.Cindy, You may pull up my website, under construction to see what I will be promoting.