Information on juicing Cherry (Cherries)

Make sure you remove the stone from your cherries before juicing. This can be done by hand or by using a cherry-stoner.

Cherry juice can be very thick and some people might find it prefereble to dilute it with apple juice or water.

Ongoing research at Michigan State University shows that cherries are a rich source of antioxidants that can help fight cancer and heart disease. In addition, cherries contain compounds that help relieve the pain of arthritis, gout and even headaches. The secret is in the pigments that give cherries their rich red hue. They belong to a class of natural dyes called anthocyanins, which have antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties.

New studies being conducted at the University of Texas indicate that cherries also have significant levels of melatonin, a potent antioxidant that can reach and kill free radicals, which are toxins believed to cause or worsen many diseases.

The cherries ruby-red color and tangy taste won cherries a place on the tables of Roman conquerors, Greek citizens and Chinese noblemen.

Cherries can give relief from asthma as they dilate the bronchial tract.

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