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I remember going out with my mom, grandmother and sisters picking sour cherries every year when I was a youngster. Many times I made myself sick for eating as many as I picked.
- Helps maintain healthy joint function and soothes sore muscles.
- Reduces arthritis and gout symptoms.
- Loaded with Melatonin that helps with sleep.
- Very low in Saturated Fat, Cholesterol and Sodium.
- It is also a good source of Dietary Fiber, Copper and Manganese.
- A very good source of Vitamin A and Vitamin C.
- Low glycemic index
- Gluten-Free and Vegan Friendly
- Tart Cherry can work as well as aspirin
- Found to lower Cholesterol
- One of the anti-inflammatory foods
With a concentrated formula you are able to reap the positive effect without having to eat pounds of cherries each day. There are 1600 cherries in every bottle. It takes a tablespoon a day and you’re good to go. An ounce has the equivalent of about 100 cherries.
Mix it with water for a refreshing drink. Add some to your yogurt or cereal. I like it on my ice cream.
The health benefits of fruit abound and being sure you are adding fresh fruit to your diet is important. Fresh is best and frozen will be better than canned. The canning process can remove some of the health benefits.
This concentrated tart cherry juice comes direct from the farm where the cherries are grown. Traverse City, Michigan, and Michigan in general, is considered the sour cherry capital of the world.
The National Cherry Festival happens every year at the end of June into the first week of July. Great fun for the entire family and if you want to see all the ways to enjoy the fruit you will find someone creating it there.
- Mayo Clinic and Sour Cherries