Cherry is a small soft round fruit with a pit, crimson or black in color when ripe. A member of the genus Prunus that also includes the Drupe fruit family, such as prunes, peaches, apricots etc. Even though exist many species of cherries, 2 are the most essential varieties worldwide known: sweet cherry and sour cherry. The sweet cherry belongs to the Prunus Avium species and the sour cherry to the Prunus Cerasus, correspondingly.
Consuming plentiful amounts of cherries--or a cherry Extract made from the juicy, redblue summer berries that grow on Prunus trees-can provide remarkable health benefits, ranging from fighting Inflammation to preventing gout, a painful joint condition. This is because the cherries most of us love to eat--including both the sweet and tart varieties are rich in potent antioxidants called flavonoids that have various therapeutic effects on the body.
The cherry juice contains high amount of vitamin C, Potassium and Zinc, which is very important for the immune system. Cherries contain also folic acid for healthy heart and circulatory system, Calcium for bones and Iron for blood. Cherries are a rich source of anthocyanidins and procyanidins, which makes them a great tool against gout.
Cherry juice may help prevent cancer and help guard against the cancer-causing substances created when cooking meats at high temperatures. This ability was confirmed in a study held at Johannes Gutenberg-University Mainz in Germany, where researchers tested a wide variety of wines, fruit juices and vegetable juices for their ability to guard against these substances. Cherry juice was found to be the most effective in protecting against the harmful effects of these cancer-causing materials.
One of the common problems facing long-distance runners is muscle pain and damage to muscles. Tart cherries may have anti-inflammatory and antioxidant effects that help protect the muscles and reduce the pain in distance runners without the potentially harmful effects of NSAIDS. In a double-blind study in long-distance runners, published in the May 2010 issue of "Journal of the International Society of Sports Nutrition," it was discovered that when the runners began to drink tart cherry juice seven days prior to a major running event, they suffered less pain afterward.
People who suffer from insomnia may be able to benefit from drinking tart cherry juice. In a double-blind study at University of Rochester Medical Center in Rochester, New York, researchers studied the sleep quality of insomnia sufferers after incorporating tart cherry juice into their diet. The sleep quality of the test subjects was somewhat improved after drinking the cherry juice each day.
Older adults have less ability to fight off infections, resist diseases and survive traumas.
Tart cherry juice may be able to increase resistance to disease in older individuals.
Process of production of cherry juice
Once the fruit is inspected for maturity and hardness, it is transported to the factory for processing. There fruits are washed, selected and separated. Carefully selected fruit is squeezed into juice presses; the production process retains all the nutrients in the highest degree. The pure, 100% fruit content and to confused, juice was heated gently (to 80-85 ° C for a very short time in order to destroy the microorganisms), for the purpose of pasteurizing it, and finally poured into a new, clean glass bottles or 3-liter bags.
Pasteurization prevents oxidation of aromatic components and vitamins of atmospheric oxygen, stopping the degradation of pectin by enzymes in the juice, as well as preventing contamination it with fungi, molds or other microorganisms. This process is not intended to kill all microorganisms in food, but only to reduce the number of viable pathogens to a level that is very unlikely to cause disease. The method keeps 100 % the character and natural flavor of the fruit, keeping in the most natural and plant nutrients such as vitamins and minerals.
Natural juices are pasteurized in a short time pasteurization and subsequent cooling.
Their shelf life is 12 months when stored as directed. After opening store the juice in
the refrigerator and consume up to two days for bottles and up to 14 days to 3 l. Boxes.
Why to drink cherry juice?
For 100% true cherry juice has a soothing effect on the gastrointestinal tract, normalizes digestion, and stimulates the secretion of pancreas and activates the intestinal peristalsis.
Cherries have quite a short cultivating season and can grow in the most temperate latitudes.
The cherry Extracted juice is:
no added sugar
no added wate