Adding a touch of bright color to our diet when sunny days come is a gift for the body. Indeed, cherries would be able to reduce inflammation, reduce the risk of heart disease, and help us have a good night’s sleep.
Temperatures are rising, the natural daylight is increasing during the day, France is bathing in the sun, and the hot season’s cravings are beginning to be felt. Prepare, next May, the first stone fruits will appear: cherries. Raw, cooked, on a cake or picked directly from the tree, these delicious fruits contain vitamins A and C, omega-3 and omega-6. Slightly caloric than other fruits, they nonetheless provide significant benefits for health.
Cherries can help lower triglyceride and cholesterol levels, both of which can contribute to heart disease. Consuming it regularly, therefore, helps to protect the cardiovascular system,
A study published in 2018 by the Journal of Nutritional Biochemistry revealed that cherry cherries would have a positive impact on the human intestinal microbiome. Involved, their beneficial action that stimulates the growth of good bacteria.
A study published in 2013 in the Journal of Nutrition looked at sweet cherries and found that consumption of this sweet fruit reduces inflammation in the body.
Gout is caused by an overabundance of uric acid in the body, which crystallizes in the joints and causes severe pain. Cherry contains high levels of an anti-inflammatory antioxidant called anthocyanin, which can help reduce uric acid levels. Its high vitamin C content can also contribute to it.
The antioxidant anthocyanin present in cherries is directly related to the improvement of insulin levels. The body is able to lower blood sugar faster and more effectively after a meal.
Cherry juice would help improve recovery time after exercise, reduce aches and pains, and muscle damage.
According to recent research, cherry juice may help prolong sleep by up to an hour and a half without the side effects sometimes associated with other treatments.
Consuming cherries in moderation while waiting for a child can improve blood flow to the placenta