Monday, October 12, 2015

Benefits of cherry juice

Cherries were among the very early fruit brought to and cultivated in the new world by setllers when they arrived from Europe. The French are credited with earliest known plantings located throughout the early settlements of the Canadian Maritimes.

Cherry are a good source of potassium and a useful source of vitamin C.

Cherries much like blueberries, cranberries, raspberries, purple grapes pomegranate and other dark fruits, contain polyphenolic compounds such as flavonoids, secondary plant metabolites that provide the pigmentation characteristics of the fruit and also help protect the fruit from microbes and insects.

Research has found that cherry juice contains anti-inflammatory properties and antioxidant characteristics which may be of additional benefits to athletes in training. For example it effect for pain reduction following muscle-damaging exercise.

A study involving marathon runners included that those who drank cherry juice recovered faster after training than those who did not.

Cherry juice has been shown to be effective in easing attacks of gout and gouty arthritis, with patients reporting greater freedom of movement in their fingers and their toes.

Researchers believe that keracyanin, the pigment found in the cherries is the active substance.
Benefits of cherry juice

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