With the help of their protective acids and fructose, cherries stimulate the functioning of the stomach, intestines and pancreas and thus stimulate digestion.
Cherries expel water from the body and in this way provide relief. heart and circulation and activate the liver and kidneys.
Antibacterial substances in cherries prevent the formation of plaque and can prevent tooth decay and gum problems such as periodontitis.
The following benefits have been proven with dried cherries:
• have an antioxidant effect
• have an anti-inflammatory and pain-relieving effect
• promote better sleep
• contain essential nutrients
• can lower cholesterol levels
• can lower blood sugar
• are a real immune booster
• taste delicious with it
Consumation: One cup of dried cherries per day provides the entire daily requirement of provitamin A. They are also a good source of calcium.
Cherries contain potassium, calcium, iron, magnesium, vitamins A, C, B6, E and folic acid.
Tart cherries have practically no fat.