Organic Tart Cherry Juice Concentrate

Ongoing research shows that tart cherries may be a natural source of beneficial phytonutrients , and may be a natural source of melatonin.*
This concentrate is delicious as a topping on yogurt, and adds a flavor burst to a smoothie, or seltzer.

Available in 16 oz. and 32 oz.

Tart Cherries have pleased the palates of food lovers for centuries. Now there are new reasons to love tart cherries. As a recent Newsweek article said “The day when doctors say – ‘Take 10 cherries and call me in the morning’ – may not be far off.”

According to ongoing research, tart cherries are a rich source of antioxidants that can help maintain heart health, joint health and blood circulation.

The secret is in the pigments that give tart cherries their rich red / black hue. They belong to a class of natural dyes called anthocyanins. These compounds are being called “Mother Nature’s all-natural agents.”

In addition to the antioxidants, tart cherries are rich in two important flavonoids – isoqueritrin and queritrin. According to leading researchers, queritrin is one of the most potent agents ever discovered. Consuming it in foods, such as tart cherries, is like unleashing inside your body an entire army of agents.

Features:

• USDA Organic Certified
• All Natural Ingredients
• No Preservatives
• No Sugar Added • Fat Free
• Cholesterol Free
• Kosher • Halal
• Ideal For Smoothies!
• Space Saving 16 oz.
Size!
• Traditionally used to help relieve arthritis and gout pain.
• Traditionally used to help maintain heart health and blood circulation.
• Delicious Healthy Toppings!
• Beneficial As A Dietary
Supplement!

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The Sea Buckthorn berry (Hippophae Rhamnoides) contains Omega 7, a fatty acid that the body produces naturally but its production decreases with age.* Ancient Greek writings mentioned horses that fed on the leaves and young branches of the Sea Buckthorn plant developed a shiny coat. Thus, the Latin name Hippophae rhamnoides, ‘Hippo’ – horse and ‘phaos’ – to shine or shiny horse