Did you know that as well as being a delicious snack or versatile ingredient, research also suggests increasing your intake of cherries can also help lower the risk of gout attacks?
Cherries have been shown to lower the levels of uric acid in the body preventing crystals from forming and causing painful joint inflammation. While it is unclear exactly which nutrient or combination of nutrients are responsible for this health benefit, scientists believe it is likely the result of the fruit’s anti-inflammatory properties.
Not only are cherries great for the body, they extremely versatile for cooking. Whether your creating a triple-cherries jubilee or a cherry glaze for you premium cut of NZ lamb. cherries are the perfect fruit to perfect culinary creations and satisfy both sweet and savory pallets.