12/15/2017

Cherries - Mother Nature's Formula for Joint Pain Relief

Cherries - Mother Nature's Formula for Joint Pain Relief

Are cherries truly fruit for a healthy you? These days people want to take care of themselves and cherries can help. Tart cherries naturally pack a health-promoting punch that provides pain relief for many people. Recent studies have revealed that tart (sour) cherries offer a variety of what are the benefits including a chance to offer natural relief from joint pain caused through gout and other joint inflammation symptoms.

  • According to ongoing research, daily consumption of tart cherries has the potential to reduce the pain associated with shared inflammation.
  • Tart cherries naturally include anthocyanins and bioflavonoids which might prevent inflammation in the body.
  • To date, no other fruit or vegetable has been found to have the pain relieving properties of tart cherries.

Leading researchers believe that the pain relief may not come from a specific deoxidizing in the cherries, but from the synergistic effect of all the natural compounds in cherries. The skin from the cherries holds most of the essential antioxidants vital to their health benefits.

  • Antioxidants are vitamins, mineral and other compounds found naturally in everyday food, especially fruits and vegetables.
  • Some of the best known antioxidants include vitamin A, C and E.
  • These powerful antioxidants fight free-radicals within the body and potentially slow down the natural oxidation process that takes place in the body.

So with the increasing popularity of tart cherries, what should consumers look for in selecting sour cherry products? For best results, industry experts recommend customers check the product label to make sure that it contains significant levels of tart (sour) cherries.

One Substantial Source of Tart Cherry is Fruit Advantage TartCherry Dietary Supplement

The entire cherry, except the pit and stem, is used to make Fruit Advantage Sour Cherry - even the skin. "Just two capsules a day give you the benefits of this amazing fruit. Each daily serving provides 850 mg of tart cherry," says Andy LaPointe, of Berry Advantage.www.fruitadvantage.com)

Joint Pain,Gout

Although more research is needed to unlock all of the amazing organic benefits of sour cherries, Linda L. Patterson will be a living testimony of the soothing affects of cherries on her joint pain. "I enjoy crocheting and these days my hands have been so painful, I couldn't crochet for longer than about 30 minutes,"says Patterson. In an attempt to find relief from her pain, a friend recommended Fruit Advantage Sour Cherry, a dietary supplement made from sour cherries. "Within the first week of taking the sour cherry pills my hands felt so much better,"says Ms. Patterson. "I am now able to crochet without the pain in my hands."

Another Significant Find Within Tart Cherries is the Presence of Natural Melatonin

"Tart cherries contain excessive amounts ofMelatonin, that can help to regulate the natural body clock to promote better sleep," states LaPointe. "Many take the capsules in the evening and find these people sleep much more soundly during the night."

As more people are living more active lifestyles looking for natural remedies for health issues, it really is a rare treasure to find a simple fruit to provide so many different benefits.

For more information about the health benefits of cherries, visit www.fruitadvantage.com or call (877) 746-7477.

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About the author:Andrew LaPointe has been a guest on numerous radio stations across America discussing the health benefits of fruit and tart cherries.

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