It seems that white cran¬berries have just as much vitamin C and overall nutritional value as the red kind, as well as the same beneficial effects on the urinary tract. However, because white cranberries are picked underripe, they may lack some of the powerful antioxidant properties of red cranberries. Deeply coloured pigments in certain fruits, including cranberries, black¬berries, blueberries, raspberries and the skins of red grapes,are brimming with substances (anthocyan¬idines and proanthocyanidines) with antioxidant effects that may help prevent heart disease and some forms of cancer. Your choice of juice depends on the specific benefits you’re looking for.
Are white cranberries just as good for you as red ones (for example for the urinary tract)? What are their properties? Is white cranberry juice similar to red? Thanks for any information you can give me.