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“The darker the berry, the sweeter the juice.” New research shows that not only do these little, beautiful dark morsels of goodness taste great, but they may very well be healthier too because of their darker color. 

Cherries are also high in anthocyanins and bioflavanoids, substances related to reducing joint and muscle discomfort.

Who wouldn't want less soreness after working out or sports, a few less sick days, and reduced aches and pains. And the cool thing is..... it's just food.

Cherries are high in quercetin and ellagic acid. This antioxidant flavonoid has been shown to promote cell and tissue health.   Antioxidants are nutrients and enzymes that help repair and prevent damage to our cells caused by a process called oxidation.

​Please read our blog for further information on the "Value of the Cherry"



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Excerpt from Dr. Ralph Campbell's Presentation "Value of the Cherry"

THE VALUE OF CHERRY JUICE

The use of another, rich in antioxidants, fruit juice, cranberry juice, as an accepted treatment for women suffering from bladder infection, is well known. Since cranberries and cherries share containing some of these antioxidants, cherry juice should also have some healthful benefits. And it does. Studies have shown its value in relieving muscle damage due to over-use of muscles such as that which follows running a marathon. More studies show that tart cherry juice is better than sweet cherry juice, but sweet cherry juice still is of great value in this respect and is greatly more palatable. Both straight cranberry and tart cherry juices are hard to swallow, which is why either one is hard to find on grocery store shelves, where other sweet juices are added to make them acceptable, greatly diminishing their medicine-like value. Your "Tabletree" cherry juice fills a valuable spot by providing an unadulterated cherry juice. It needs to be well publicized since it, alone, is filling an essential nitche. 

I guess we can say cherries, either as fresh or frozen or as juice, are great tasting. And incidentally, they are also good for you in many ways.