Organic Fresh Frozen Tart Cherries

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What better way to supply your constitution with your daily antioxidants than making your taste buds and tummy happy with these organic fresh frozen tart cherries! Tart cherries, also known as sour cherries, are a largely preferred fruit all over the world. They have a deep, sweet and slightly astringent taste that can’t be misrecognized with something else. Tart cherries’ bold color is matched only by their bold flavor, especially when they’re grown using organic sustainable methods. Unlike pesticide-containing, GMO cherries, these are just the way Nature decided – juicy, delicious, nutrient-rich and safe to eat.

The fresh-frozen organic sour cherries arrive at your door in perfectly preserved condition, ready to be eaten as a healthy sweet snack, or used for different dessert recipes. Whether it’s cherry-based muffins, pies, cakes or other sweet courses, a top quality product guarantees great results. The fact these are pitted, makes them even more convenient for consumption and use in any way.

Cherries are a fantastic source of cancer-protective phytochemicals, and it has been reported that sour cherries are the richest in these precious nutrients.

What are tart cherries good for?

Cherries are a great natural anti-inflammatory food, because they contain anthocyanin more than any other fruit. That constituent is responsible for cherries’ saturated pigment, as well as their anti-inflammatory effects that lower the risk of heart attack, stroke, arthritis, and type 2 diabetes.

Another 2 of sour cherries’ antioxidants, ellagic acid and quercetin, have shown potential in destroying cancer cells while preserving healthy ones, and prohibiting the growth of tumors.

Tart cherries are a great natural cure for gout pain, because they lower uric acid in the blood.

Thanks to nutrients like kaempferol, p-coumaric acid, quercetin, melatonin and gallic acid, cherries are also capable of improving your sleep quality, as well as lowering muscle and joint tension after exercise.

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