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Intake of Cherries Could Cut the Risk of Metabolic Syndrome and Heart Disease

Increasing intake of antioxidant-rich cherries may help lower the risk of metabolic syndrome and ... researchers, used cherry powder derived from tart cherries – the variety frequently sold as dried, frozen or juice. These cherries contain a compound known as ...

High Melatonin can Help Delay Ageing

...mounts in some fruits and vegetables, like onions, cherries and bananas, and in cereals like corn, oats and rice, as well as in some aromatic plants, such as mint, lemon verbena, sage or thyme, and in red wine. UGR participation in this study was leaded by professor Darío Acu?a Castroviejo, member of the In...

Drink Red Wine to Stay Young

...ating more foods such as onions, bananas, rice and cherries - plus drinking red wine. Red wine has long been associated with all kinds of health benefits. Previous studies have suggested that a glass of red wine a day may protect the heart. Other research has also shown it can help reduce the risk of dev...

Muscle Pain? Drink Cherry Juice

...ne, researchers said that men and women who ate 45 cherries per day had low levels of inflammatory markers in their blood. The study examined 14 male college students who consumed 12 ounces of a blend of fresh cherry juice for eight days. On the fourth day they participated in some elbow exercises and two w...

Cherry Juice Could Reduce Muscle Damage Pain

...e contained the liquid equivalent of 50 to 60 tart cherries blended with commercially available apple juice. The participants performed a type of muscle-damaging exercise - flexing and tensing one arm 20 times - that creates contractions in which the muscle is lengthened. There was a significant differenc...

Diet Effective In Curing Diabetes

...group of naturally occurring chemicals abundant in cherries that could help lower blood sugar levels in people with diabetes. In early laboratory studies using animal pancreatic cells, the chemicals, called anthocyanins, increased insulin production by 50 percent, according to study leader Muralee Nair, Ph.D....

Indian Cherry: Richest Source of Vitiamin C

...rding to research conducted at University of Iowa, cherries contain perillyl alcohol, another potent anti-canc... sweet taste. Apart from West Indian Cherry, other cherries are also nutritionally and medicinally rich. The day may not be far off when the doctor says “Take t...

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