Cherry Juice Might Lower High Blood Pressure

Cherry juice is the real deal for promoting cell health. Karen Keane and co-workers from Northumbria University in the United Kingdom found that two ounces of Montmorency cherry juice reduced systolic blood pressure by 7 mmHg within three hours. Cherry juice is an excellent food for intensely training athletes. A recent British study found that cherry juice accelerated recovery after a marathon (Scand J Med Sci Sports, 20:843, 2010). A second British study showed that Montmorency cherry juice promoted recovery and prevented muscle damage following intense weight training. Chemicals in cherry juice, such as flavonoids and anthocyanins, improve cell health and prevent muscle oxidative damage and inflammation associated with exercise. (The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, published online May 4, 2016)

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