JUICES & PUREES
The cherry is a spring fruit with an appealing appearance. Its sweet flavour turns it into an undeniable delicacy which hides inside its reddish peel many benefits for the health.
It is a fruit full of nuances and contrasts. On one side, it has a low caloric level and scarcely no fat. At the same time, it contains carbohydrates, being the fructose the most relevant. These contrasts are significant in different ways as the cherry juice or the cherry puree.
The vitamin C is the most relevant in the cherry, but not the only one. The betacarotene supply is interesting to battle the action of free radicals, and vitamins as the thiamine(B1) or pyridoxin(B6), among others, are interesting to deal with functions of the digestive system.
THE CHERRY PROVIDES FOLIC ACID TO OUR BODY
This fruit offers substantial quantities of potassium, mineral which helps in several functions in the human body, of them, something as important as the urine creation.
Moreover, the cherry is highlighted for its fibre volume, which adds certain laxative properties very beneficial to ease the intestinal transit. Other fruit which are sources of fibre are the blackberry, the strawberry or the tangerine.
The cherry can be consumed in concentrates, juices and purees.