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Cherries!

Rawcherries_1Raw Organic Cherries are one of the best sources of iron. They are loaded with antioxidants (melatonin & anthocyanins) and are also realatively low on the glycemic index.

According to David Wolfe, author of Naked Chocolate, cherries are also "abnormally high" in tryptamine. Is that why people get all giddy picking cherries?

Cherries even help fight cancer:

"Studies at Michigan State University (MSU), which were recently published in Cancer Letters, suggest that tart cherries may reduce the risk of colon cancer because of the anthocyanins and cyanidin contained in the cherry." More

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Raw Organic Cherries are one of the best sources of iron. They are loaded with antioxidants (melatonin & anthocyanins) and are also realatively low on the glycemic index.

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For adding something the cherry is the fruit of many plants of the genus Prunus, and is a fleshy stone fruit. The cherry fruits of commerce are usually obtained from a limited number of species, including especially cultivars of the wild cherry, Prunus avium.

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Thanks for share this excellent post, keep up the good work.

I would like to share a little information that i found in wikipedia:

The name 'cherry, often as the compound term 'cherry tree', may also be applied to many other members of the genus Prunus, or to all members of the genus as a collective term. The fruits of many of these are not cherries, and have other common names, including plum, apricot, peach, and others. The name 'cherry' is also frequently used in reference to cherry blossom.

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