Benefits of cherries. 

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Cherries are bright red fruit that Thai people are very familiar with. Especially eating with ice cream or various types of desserts food.

The key nutrients listed above may have no less health benefits than any other fruit. Therefore, there are some research studies on the properties of cherries in various fields as follows.


It is well known that antioxidant That may help reduce the amount of free radicals that cause many ailments. This substance is commonly found in food. especially vegetables and fruits Cherries are also fruits rich in antioxidants. Therefore, there was an experimental study in which 37 elderly people drank sweet and sour cherry juice in the amount of 480 ml continuously for 12 weeks. The results showed that the subjects had lower systolic blood pressure and bad cholesterol levels. UFABET This may be due to the sweet and sour cherries’ antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties. 

There are also a number of other studies that reveal that Consumption of sweet and sour cherries may prevent and reduce cell damage caused by free radicals. Therefore, it can help improve health. However, more studies in humans need to be expanded. To confirm the efficacy in this area and the minimal risk to the body.

Memory enhancement

Human memory can be affected by free radicals, inflammation and hypertension. Meanwhile Cherries have been studied in studies and have been shown to be a good source of antioxidants and may help lower systolic blood pressure. Therefore, it is expected to be effective in enhancing memory. There was a research in which 37 elderly people drank sweet and sour cherry juice regularly. The results revealed that Such cherry juice may improve memory and analytical thinking ability. 

The same is true for research in experimental mice. Sweet and sour cherries for 6 weeks found that eating these cherries might improve working memory and learning. Reduce inflammation, and improve cell balance in the hippo’s brain campus too. But it’s still necessary human studies and further follow-up on safety.