By Dr. Debra Gellman | 09/17/2018 09:08:50 You may have heard that cherry juice has a variety of benefits.
It’s said to help lower your risk for stroke, heart attack and heart disease.
It can also help you sleep better, relax and keep your heart healthy.
The latest research from researchers at Harvard University, published in the Journal of the American Medical Association, has revealed that cherries contain a compound called chlorophyll.
This compound helps to protect your skin from sun damage.
It also helps your body to use water efficiently.
Chlorophyll is also known as Vitamin C, which helps to make your skin absorb moisture.
It acts like a moisturizer that helps to remove dead skin cells and dead cells that could be contributing to the formation of plaque, or scar tissue, on your skin.
Researchers from the Harvard School of Public Health and the University of Maryland found that a daily dose of about 4 tablespoons of cherries contains up to 100 percent of the recommended daily amount of chlorophyl.
This is a significant amount of cherry, and it’s the equivalent of about a third of the daily amount in regular orange juice.
This research also suggests that you can increase your consumption of this natural flavoring in your diet by adding cherries to your salads and smoothies.
If you’re worried about a stroke, you may want to consider switching to cherry juice, or at least reducing the amount of water you drink to reduce your chance of a stroke.
Cherries have also been shown to lower your blood pressure and help to prevent your heart attack.
This study, published on January 12, 2018 in the journal Neurology, shows that the flavoring is actually beneficial in helping your heart to pump more blood to your heart and prevent your arteries from clogging up.
This also may help to reduce the risk of stroke.
You can find more information about the benefits of cherried foods and drinks on the Health Canada website.
If all else fails, try drinking a little more water.
You may also want to try reducing your intake of sugary drinks like soda, as well as fruit juices, fruit-flavored juice, juice, and chocolate.
Cherry juice and citrus fruits are also very healthy, as are other fruits and vegetables.
It is recommended to limit your intake if you have any of these diseases: Heart disease and heart failure