Friday, 12 September 2014

Interesting Cherry Health Benefits

Cherry benefits

Cherries battle belly fat. Researchers found that tart cherries have significant weight management benefits for animals, including reduced belly fat. In the study, rats that received whole tart cherry powder mixed into a high-fat diet didn't gain as much weight or build up as much body fat as rats that didn't receive cherries. Their blood also showed much lower levels of certain inflammation markers linked to heart disease and diabetes. And, in addition, for lower blood pressure and fight against the bad cholesterol cherry is very useful.

These tartly sweet fruits are packed with vitamins A and C, iron and calcium, and are a low-calorie food to boot.

Zied explains that they also are a good source of fiber, and have virtually no sodium or fat.

Help Relieve Pain of Arthritis and Gout

Tart cherries contain two powerful compounds, anthocyanins and bioflavonoids. Both of these compounds slow down the enzymes Cyclo-oxyygenase-1 and -2, which help to relieve and prevent arthritis and gout in the body.

Eliminate Oxidative Stress and Prevent Premature Aging

Cherries are rich in two important flavonoids, isoqueritrin and queritrin, which act as antioxidants and work to eliminate byproducts of oxidative stress, therefore slowing down the aging process.

Help Cure Migraines

By helping reduce inflammation in the body, the anthocyanin and bioflavonoids in cherries also help eliminate migraine headaches. These compounds are known to have similar activity to aspirin and ibuprofen.

Improve Body’s Circadian Rhythms

Extensive evidence points out that the antioxidant melatonin, which is also rich in cherries, is significant in improving the body’s circadian rhythms. Since melatonin is found in small quantities in the body, a slight increase can produce great results.

Help You Sleep

Melatonin is also found to help the body’s natural sleep patterns. Since the body so rapidly absorbs melatonin, cherries can increase melatonin levels in the blood, therefore improving the way you sleep.

How to Get All the Powerful Benefits of Cherries... Right Now

A handful of fresh cherries in the summertime are a natural gourmet delight, but if you want to harness the antioxidant power of cherries on a routine basis--and you definitely should, as they are one of nature’s true "healing foods"--then you should seriously consider red tart cherry juice concentrate.

Along with blueberry concentrate and pomegranate concentrate, cherry juice concentrate is a super-nutritious, all-natural, and absolutely delicious daily addition to your diet. As part of my personal program to prevent disease and avoid premature aging, I drink these concentrates every day.

But take note that I don't recommend eating cherries excessively, as doing so will give you too much sugar. Instead, opt for a high-quality concentrate, so you are getting the health benefit of the cherries without all the sugar.

While most people simply mix the concentrates with water and drink it every morning for all the health benefits along with the incredible taste, some enjoy mixing it with milk (I recommend raw milk, of course). As it is a concentrate, it is incredibly versatile as a healthy ingredient in many recipes as well. For instance, if you are into juicing, the cherry concentrate is an exceptional addition to a wide range of recipes.

Finally, many people enjoy the taste and health benefits of mixing the cherry juice concentrate with the blueberry concentrate or pomegranate concentrate, so I encourage you to find out the incredible health benefits of both of those as well.

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