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Cherry has a much greater complex of beneficial properties than previously thought
- August 6, 2019
- Posted by: Wiley M. Wagner
- Category: Science
The study of various food products in the context of their effect on the body and its various aspects is rarely meaningless – here is a new study by nutritionists from the University of Delaware today presented the opportunity to quickly improve their memory and blood pressure. This new study is about the effect of cherries, namely the Montmorency cherry product, which is very popular in the United States. Experts, after quite lengthy tests, were able to make sure that this cherry product – for the most part similar to drinking yogurt – is an excellent alternative to many pills to improve memory and reduce systolic blood pressure in the long term.
The fact is that this food product is one of the most useful among the generally recognized category of “ready-made meals” fruit type – thus, its consumption can not only normalize memory, but also improve systolic blood pressure and eliminate more cholesterol. Specialists came to such conclusions soon after they discovered that one of the most useful and multifunctional active substances in this product is a complex of polyphenols – special bacteria that regulate some functions of the intestinal environment and help lower blood pressure on an ongoing basis.
It is worth noting the fact that the presented Montmorency food product with cherry flavor is not quite ordinary – because it has a slightly bitter, natural cherry flavor, unlike many similar purely sweet variants of such yoghurts. In general, specialists are interested in highlighting some of the additional benefits of systematic cherry consumption.
In addition, experts from Delaware specified that approximately the same set of improvements can be felt in principle by anyone who uses cherries on an ongoing basis – however, you should be extremely careful in choosing one or another food product, as some biological additives may not be fully combined with a number of beneficial polyphenols present in cherries.