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Cherries: health benefits and nutritional value of the cherry

  1. Cherries are not only tasty, they are also very healthy and low in calories. There are about 114 kilocalories in 1 bowl (200 grams) of cherries. There are sweet and sour cherry varieties. It was not until the end of the 18th century that a distinction was made between sweet and sour cherries. You can buy sweet cherries from the fruit section of the supermarket and the sour varieties are often packaged in tins or frozen. Sour cherries are mainly suitable for processing. Cherries are real vitamin bombs, they are rich in vitamin C and B vitamins including folic acid. The small, spherical fruit is juicy, fruity and refreshing. The small fruits are the perfect snack for in between and on the go. Whether at a recreational lake, during a bike ride or behind the television.

What are cherries?

  1. Sweet and sour cherries

Health Benefits of the Cherry

  1. Both sour cherries and sweet cherries can be regarded as healthy fruit. They provide relatively few calories, while containing valuable minerals, albeit in smaller amounts, and vitamins. There is about 10 milligrams of vitamin C in 100 grams of cherries. Vitamin C is primarily important for a good resistance. Cherries are high in potassium, a mineral that, along with chloride and sodium, is involved in regulating fluid balance and blood pressure in the body. Especially on blood pressure

Allergy and intolerance

  1. Some people may develop allergic reactions after eating cherries. Cross allergies between cherries, peaches and apples are also possible.



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