Less belly fat with cherries?
Tart cherry juice health benefits may include a reduced risk of metabolic syndrome and belly fat, according to recent cherry health research.
Using an animal model of metabolic syndrome, researchers fed two groups of rats a high fat diet for 90 days.
The group receiving the cherries had
Researchers suggest that the anthocyanins from the tart cherries modify the way energy is metabolized including the calories from a high fat diet (Seymour, Regular tart cherry intake alters abdominal adiposity, adipose gene transcription, and inflammation in obesity-prone rats fed a high fat diet, Journal Med Food, October 2009).
What is metabolic syndrome?
Metabolic syndrome includes obesity, high blood lipid levels, and systemic inflammation.
It is associated with increased risk of diabetes type 2 and cardiovascular heart disease.
Tart cherries are the same sour red cherries traditionally used in pies.
Here's how to subscribe to our Belly Fat Health Newsletter:
Published and Available on Amazon NOW!
With over 250 pages and 540 referenced scientific studies, this book includes chapters on
Growing lemon balm, Alzheimer's
Anti-bacterial, anti-fungal, anti-microbial, and anti-viral activities
Anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties, Anxiety
Belly fat, Cancer, Cosmetics, Depression, Diabetes, Heart disease
Herpes and cold sores, Hyperactivity, Indigestion, Insomnia
Irritable bowel syndrome, Memory improvement, Obesity
Premenstrual syndrome, Spinal cord injury, Stress, Thyroid , Ulcers
Order by title from Amazon now, or click the link provided above
Subscribe now and don't miss a single issue.
Find out more!