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Berries and other fruits are im­por­tant sources of PACS ( short for proan­tho­cyani­dins), a class of an­tiox­i­dants that are es­pe­cially ben­e­fi­cial. PACs come in dif­fer­ent forms: A- type and B- type. Most berries and fruits con­tain the B- type, but cran­ber­ries are rich in A- type PACs, which pre­vent harm­ful bac­te­ria from stick­ing to uri­nary tract walls, the in­testi­nal lin­ing, and teeth and gums.

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