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Sweet Cherries Nutrition

Sweet Cherries Nutrition

Because of their deep, red colour, cherries are high in antioxidants anthocyanin and glycoside, which are said to help reduce the risk of cancer. They’re anti-inflammatory and good for muscle recovery and joint pain. They contain melatonin, a chemical known to be calming, helping relieve headaches, and developing regular sleep patterns. Sweet cherries (per 100 g) are just 63 calories and 0% fat. They provide vitamin C (11% of your daily recommended intake), potassium (5%), and contain 1.1 g of protein, 16 g of carbohydrates (12.8 g of naturally occurring sugar), 2.1 g or 8% of dietary fibre.

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