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Tart Cherry Help Fight Heart Disease and Type Diabetes

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Research dated April 30, 2007 from the University of Michigan reveals some exciting news about the tart cherry and heart health. What was most interesting about the research was the study was conducted not on the tart cherry fruit itself, but tart cherry powder. Tart cherry powder is a concentrated form of tart cherry.

In most cases, to manufacture tart cherry powder the entire cherry is used, including the skin and the flesh of the fruit. Tart cherry powder can also be defined as a cherry neutraceutical.

According to the Foundation of Innovation in Medicine, which created the term €œneutraceutical, the definition is:

€œany substance that may be considered a food or part of a food that provides health benefits, including the prevention of treatment of disease.

The results from the study were revealed during the Experimental Biology 2007 meeting in Washington D.C.. Although the study was conducted on rats, the results were so promising the University of Michigan indicated they will soon conduct clinical trials on humans.

An Overview of the Tart Cherry Powder Study

Antioxidant-rich tart cherries may help reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease and metabolic syndrome. Metabolic syndrome can greatly increase the risk of heart disease, Type 2 diabetes and stroke.

Two test groups of rats were fed whole cherry powder (made from the whole fruit). The cherry powder equated to either 1 percent or 10 percent of their daily diets for a period of 90 days. Another study group had no cherry powder added to their diet. However, the amounts of carbohydrates and calories where kept constant during the study, thus providing baseline.

The results of the study showed that the cherry-enriched diet had experienced additional health benefits when compared to the results of the non-cherry diet group. The researchers found the rats fed very little amounts of tart cherry powder benefited from modest amounts of tart cherry powder. Some of the results included the cherry-enriched diets lowered insulin, triglycerides and total cholesterol levels. These are some of the factors linked to metabolic syndrome. In addition, oxidative damage and increased blood capacity were also shown in the study.

Where to Find Tart Cherry Powder

Tart cherry powder is not the easiest product to find. However, with a little diligence you can also incorporate tart cherry powder into your diet. One source of 100% natural tart cherry powder is from Fruit Advantage www.fruitadvantage.com The company is America's leading Super Fruit supplement brand. It not only sells tart cherry powder in capsules, but a number of different super fruit supplements and products.

The Fruit Advantage Tart Cherry super fruit supplement delivers 1200mg of tart cherry per serving. This means each daily serving delivers over 3 lbs. of the specific antioxidant benefits of tart cherries in a convenient, easy-to-swallow capsule. In addition, the product is gluten free, kosher and tests free of pesticides, fillers and additives. To learn more or order Fruit Advantage Tart Cherry contact the contact company toll-free at 1-877-746-7477 or visit www.fruitadvantage.com

(1) Cherry-enriched diets reduce metabolic syndrome and oxidative stress in lean Dahl-SS rats. Experimental Biology 2007 225.8, Seymour EM, Singer AAM, Bennink MR, Bolling SF. Presented in minisymposium 225, Dietary Bioactive Compounds: Chronic Disease Risk Reduction.

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