The Health Benefits of Cherries
The cherry grew in the wild in western Asia. It was brought to Europe since ancient times, thanks to the roman Lucullus.
The health benefits of cherries
This fleshy fruit appears to have been provided by nature only for the pleasure of its juicy pulp. But the analysis suggests that the cherry has a strong detoxifying and purification action and it is recommend to rheumatic and persons who suffer from gout or constipation, those with renal and biliary lithiasis.
You can achieve remarkable results with a cherry cure. There are two ways of following treatment: a mini – cure and an exclusive cure. The mini – cure: in the morning on an empty stomach, begin with a minimum dose of 3.5 oz. The dose is increased gradually to reach the end of the third week to 17 oz. When you reach 10.5 oz the dose is divided in three doses until noon, and you will not consume any other food.
During the cure do not abuse animal fat, refined sugar or alcohol. Light lunches and dinners will be welcomed for this natural therapy to have positive effects. This cure is also recommended if you want to get a flat stomach and instead of the cherries, you can try juicing recipes that include the fruit.
The exclusive cure stretches over three or four days, while you only eat cherries, this diet can be resumed within a month. During the day it is recommended to drink mineral water. The amount of cherries is between 4 and 7 pounds per day. Some authors recommend up to 11 pounds of cherries per day. But the absorption capacity is variable from one person to another. This quantity of fruit is consumed in several doses during the day.
Cherries are rich in pro vitamin A, which increases visual acuity and maintains tissues (skin, mucosa, epithelia).