Cherries are an essential summer food regardless of no matter if you’re enjoying them directly from the stem or adding them to your favorite drink or making into a delicious dessert. But these delicious seasonally-inspired fruits are able to do much more than satisfy your craving for sweets.
According to dietitians who are registered, there’s an unexpected benefit to eating these tasty fruit that the best experienced cherries connoisseurs might not be aware about.
The cherry is rich in minerals like calcium, potassium magnesium, phosphorus, and iron. It also has Vitamin B1, B2, B6, and vitamin C. The cherries are a source of vitamin C as well as Folic acid. This vitamin is especially important for women in the womb and is essential for cell division and blood production.
The colorant responsible for the red-violet color of the cherry is believed to possess an anti-inflammatory action. The healthy fruit also has zinc, a trace element.
Cherry is a fruit that does not harm the body. However, as with all other foods, excessive consumption can cause some side effects. The losses that may occur due to excess waste can be listed as follows:
- Excessive use can lead to swelling in the stomach.
- Excessive consumption can cause vomiting that accompanies nausea.
- It can cause allergic reactions in people with sensitive skin structure.
- It can cause stomach burning and sour.
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