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Does cranberry juice cause diarrhea?

According to what I've read, cranberry juice DOES cause diarrhea. Is that correct?

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Cranberry juice, along with many other juices can in fact, cause diarrhea. What you should consider is exactly how much is consumed. More than a couple glasses can cause diarrhea, but more often than not, it is used to help clear the bacteria in your system that can sometimes cause diarrhea. A bit confusing, but apparently too much of anything can be harmful. Drinking too much water can be an issue! When all else fails, just remember, everything in moderation.

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there was a lady who died from drinking to much water.
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Taking large amounts of more than 3 or 4 liters per day of cranberry juice can cause diarrhea and other gastrointestinal symptoms. To prevent urinary infections, it is recommended to take three to six ounces of juice, twice a day of with up to 32 ounces a day for an active infection.

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In general we should not drink juice because of the high sugar content. If we do drink juice it should only be one ounce at a time.

Pure cranberry juice or cranberries are often suggested to aid in preventing urinary tract infections and if too much is ingested, it could cause diarrhea and possibly kidney stones.

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