As soon as the strawberry season goes on, the cherry markets become vibrant. This is also a successful and slightly expensive fruit, but children and adults eat it with passion. Health-conscious people also consider it a gift of their season and eat it fresh. It is said that nature has not created any fruit or vegetable without nutrition and utility. Cherry is also a fruit rich in anti-oxidant components and is considered extremely useful in the elimination of inflammation. We will talk about some health benefits of cherries in this article.
What is Cherry?
The sweet and simple flavored cherry is a fruit that has been cultivated in Greece and Rome for thousands of years. It started and is now part of commercial horticulture in every region of the world. The fruit can be purple, reddish black, and yellowish red in color.
Benefits of Cherries
- Hard workers or regular exercisers can make it a part of their diet to get energy. It is also a heart-boosting fruit.
- It is also effective in bone diseases, joint pain, etc.
- It is the best food for people suffering from insomnia.
- The amount of calories (calories) in cherry is very low. While the amount of mineral components vitamins A, C, and E are much higher.
- Minerals include potassium, magnesium, calcium, and beta-carotene, which are extremely beneficial for health.
Cherries contain Ascorbic Acid (Vitamin C), which is remarkable among soothing fruits. This fruit is very useful for relieving fatigue in addition to various sensitivities and fevers. It is a pain-relieving fruit. This fruit protects against cancer. It is also not harmful to the patients. It helps to balance the insulin levels in the body.
It is a fruit suitable for protecting against heart diseases and for people suffering from these diseases. Polyphenols present in it improve the blood flow in the arteries due to such powerful antioxidants. One cup of cherries contains 18% vitamin C and 97 calories. While the nutritional details according to the chart are as follows
- Protein 2 grams
- Less than 1 gram of fat
- Carbohydrates 25 grams
- Fiber 3 grams
- Sugar 20 grams
Feed your children washed cherries between meals, they are thousands of times better than processed foods.
If you like, you can add it to smoothies. You can mix it with yogurt. It can also be used in the form of juice and porridge. Cherries are used with Pino. Cherries are also added to Chinese cuisine. A typical Iranian dish, Albaloo Polo, includes cherries with basmati rice.