Tart cherry juice or extract may help you fall asleep and remain asleep, according to study. Cherry juice affects sleep chemicals including tryptophan, serotonin, and melatonin
Sweet cherries are a plant-based anti-inflammatory food. Sweet cherries may reduce inflammatory biomarkers and prevent chronic inflammatory disorders including diabetes, arthritis, cancer, and heart disease.
Inflammation hardens plaque in the arteries, causing heart disease, according to Nelson. Cherries lower inflammation, inhibit plaque development, and prevent heart disease.
Dark cherry extracts were proven to prevent breast cancer cell proliferation in a lab research.
Nelson recommends cherries for their 3 grams of fiber per cup. She adds that high-fiber diets like fruits and vegetables might promote weight reduction by increasing satiety.
Nelson adds cherries are abundant in vitamin C, which your skin needs to generate collagen. Cherries provide 10 mg of vitamin C, 11% of your daily need.
Nelson thinks cherries can speed recovery and lessen discomfort from exercise-related muscle injury. According to Isaacs, tart cherries boost muscle oxygenation and endurance exercise performance.
Isaacs also adds sour cherries and juice include antioxidants and polyphenols that may preserve brain cells. Cherry anthocyanin improves brain, eyesight, memory, and cognition in adults