A doctor has discovered what happens to your body when you eat 20 cherries a day

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Eating cherries has many positive health effects. They contain folic acid, potassium, calcium, magnesium, iron and a lot of vitamin C. Nutritionist Igor Strokov listed the beneficial properties of this fruit. He revealed what happens to your body if you eat 20 cherries every day.

What happens to your body if you eat 20 cherries a day?

“Cherries contain a lot of fiber. They bind water in the small intestine and put pressure on the intestinal wall. This stimulates digestion,” adds Dr. Strokov added.

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Cherries contain melatonin, the so-called sleep hormone. When it gets dark, the body releases melatonin, signaling the transition to night. Cherries can help increase the amount of melatonin in the body, thereby improving sleep.

Cherries improve skin condition. The reason for this is the plant pigment anthocyanin contained in their composition, which is a powerful antioxidant. This substance fights free radicals that contribute to premature aging of the skin and body. In addition, anthocyanins promote the development of connective tissue, which prevents the development of cellulite.

Cherries relieve headaches.

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“The credit here goes to the anthocyanins, which are said to have a pain-relieving effect. According to the study, 20 cherries are equivalent to the strength of a 500 aspirin tablet,” adds Dr. Strokov added.

Important: The article does not replace a balanced diet or advice from a specialist!

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