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Tart Cherries - Super Food?

Blog entry posted by hope love light, Feb 20, 2011.

Hi All,

Here is a quick article I saw on Natural News about Tart Cherries and muscle recovery.
For what it's worth :)

A peer-reviewed study put out by Michigan State University in 2008 identified a compound in tart cherries that helps naturally relieve pain better than over-the-counter pain drugs like aspirin (http://www.naturalnews.com/023038_c...). Tart cherries are also known to help with sleep, reduce fat, treat gout, and even fight cancer...

Learn more: http://www.naturalnews.com/031424_cherries_muscle_recovery.html#ixzz1EYRn9Akp

http://www.naturalnews.com/031424_cherries_muscle_recovery.html

Hope Love Light :victory:
  1. Emmanuelle
    Has anyone here tried this-- tart cherries for muscles?
  2. Cort
    Interesting...Tart cherries...I eat alot of sweet cherries...hmm

    (NaturalNews) A new study published in the American College of Sports Medicine journal Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise suggests that eating a small amount of tart cherries helps improve muscle recovery in athletes after an intense workout. The findings add to the growing body of evidence that illustrates the amazing healing power of tart cherries.

    Researchers from the Sports and Exercise Science Research Center at London South Bank University in the U.K. administered one-ounce servings of tart cherry juice twice daily to ten trained athletes seven days prior to an intense workout, and two days after it. Another group of athletes was given a different type of juice without tart cherry. Twenty-four hours after the workout, those drinking the tart cherry juice regained 90 percent of their muscle function, while the control group regained only 85 percent of muscle function.

    The powerful antioxidant compounds in cherries are believed to be the nutrient of benefit in this case, as oxidative damage to muscles is reduced in their presence. As a result, muscles are able to recover more quickly.