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New study shows Montmorency Tart Cherry Supplements can help reduce muscle soreness and speed recovery post-workout
Posted on Dec 03 , 2015 - 10:48 am
Sufferers of achy and fatigued muscles may have a new and unique dietary supplement option to help them recover more quickly. In a recently published clinical study in the Journal of the International Society of Sports Nutrition researchers from Texas A&M University shed light on the benefits of Montmorency Tart Cherry Powder supplementation for exercise recovery. A short-term dose helped to accelerate recovery from muscle soreness, slow strength decline during recovery, and lessen markers of muscle catabolism in resistance-trained individuals. Led by Dr. Richard Kreider from the Department of Health and Kinesiology, Exercise and Sport Nutrition Laboratory, in College Station, TX the research team used a well established double-blind, placebo-controlled testing method to examine if short-term ingestion of a powdered tart cherry supplement, prior to, and following intense resistance-exercise alleviates muscle soreness and recovery from strength loss. The study looked at healthy, resistance-trained men and matched them based on relative maximal back squat strength, age, body weight and fat free mass. The subjects were then assigned, in a double-blind manner, capsules containing 480mg of powdered Montmorency Tart cherries (as CherryPURE) or a placebo. The study reports those taking the tart cherry supplement reported a significant decrease in post-workout muscle soreness compared to the placebo group. Blood tests also revealed significantly attenuated post-workout markers of protein catabolism, indicating muscle recovery benefits following exercise in the tart cherry supplement group.
The Texas A&M study adds another chapter to the growing body of evidence for describing the beneficial use of tart cherries in post-exercise recovery.
For additional information about other studies please visit the Cherry Marketing Institute’s (CMI) website at www.choosecherries.com CMI is a not-for-profit organization funded by the North American tart cherry growers and processors. CMI’s mission is to increase market expansion, product development and research.
This study was funded by the Anderson Global Group, LLC (Irvine, CA, USA) and Shoreline Fruit, LLC (Traverse City, MI, USA) through an unrestricted research grant to Texas A&M University. All researchers involved independently collected, analyzed, and interpreted the results from this study and have no financial interests concerning the outcome of this investigation. The results from this study do not constitute endorsement by the authors and/or the institution concerning the nutrients investigated
CherryPURE Montmorency Tart Cherry Powder is the premier tart cherry powder available in the nutraceutical marketplace and the only cherry ingredient backed by multiple human clinical studies. Built upon the health benefits inherent to phytonutrients, CherryPURE is produced using proprietary processing technology that starts with cherries carefully harvested in the USA and utilizes methods to protect the rich phytonutrient levels of each individual cherry. It takes more than 100 pounds of fresh Montmorency tart cherries to produce a single kilogram of CherryPURE« Montmorency Tart Cherry Powder.
Anderson Global Group offers a distinct portfolio of premium nutraceutical and functional food ingredients. Founded in 2009, we have distinguished our company by delivering superior ingredients, applying best-in-class processing technologies and supporting unique ingredient claims with compelling scientific research. This perpetual drive towards innovation is the platform for our brand partners to stand above the competition. Anderson Global Group is a privately held company headquartered in Irvine, California. For more information about CherryPURE and our entire portfolio of quality ingredients, visit us at www.andersonglobalgroup.com
Shoreline Fruit, LLC is a vertically integrated grower, processor, and marketer of premium cherry products and other dried fruits. Locally owned and headquartered in Traverse City, Michigan, Shoreline is one of the world’s largest producers of dried tart cherries and cherry concentrate. Shoreline also offers a broad selection of other premium dried fruits and tart cherry-based nutraceutical products to consumers under their Cherry Bay Orchards« and CherryPURE« brand names to retail and specialty food marketers and distributors worldwide. From orchard to table, Shoreline Fruit is committed to quality, innovation, and sustainability. For more information about Shoreline’s products and services, please visit www.shorelinefruit.com
Posted on Jun 10 , 2015 - 12:00 am
Cherry Bay Orchards is excited to introduce our CherryPURE 100% Tart Montmorency Cherry Dietary Supplements!
Our ALL NEW capsules are made from the deep red skins of 100% Tart Montmorency Cherries. Montmorency cherries are considered a rich source of powerful antioxidants and flavonoids, which promote a host of health benefits including; healthy joint function, normal uric acid levels, a healthy cardiovascular system, regular sleep patterns, and mascular strength and recovery.*
- GMO and Gluten Free
- No artificial additives
- Less than one gram of sugar per capsule
- 100% Vegetarian and Vegan
- Clinically tested
*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any diseases
Posted on May 20 , 2015 - 03:01 pm
Numerous studies have shown just how important it is to eat the first meal of the day.
From helping to maintain a healthy weight to improving mental focus in kids and adults, breakfast offers up a ton of benefits.
The morning meal is also one of the best opportunities we have all day to get in some servings of colorful fruits and vegetables, which most of us don’t get enough of on a daily basis. Eating in color – both at breakfast and throughout the day – means packing in more nutrients. Foods that naturally contain vibrant color tend to include phytochemicals that may provide health benefits.
From Beige to Colorful Breakfast
While there are plenty of healthy ways to start your day, many of these foods – whole grain breads and cereals, yogurt, oatmeal – are pretty boring looking on their own. Breakfast is the prime time to load up on colorful phytonutrient-rich foods, including tart cherries.
Ruby-red and pleasingly tart, Montmorency cherries contain anthocyanins, a flavonoid that gives the cherries their deep red color and delicious flavor. And dried tart cherries are also rich in vitamin A, which is necessary for skin and eye cell growth, and it’s vital for a healthy immune system and reproductive system.
You can find tart dried cherries, tart cherry juice and frozen tart cherries year round. There are so many amazing and tasty ways to use them to add a pop of red to your morning meals!
Posted on Jan 20 , 2015 - 09:16 am
Posted on Jan 06 , 2015 - 11:23 am
ANYTHING IS POSSIBLE:
An amateur endurance athlete's journey from everyman to IRONMAN
Join us for a FREE informational event for area runners, bikers and other sports enthusiasts alike. Listen as keynote speaker, Hugh Williams, shares his journey from everyman to IRONMAN, and get tips on post-exercise recovery and the benefits of tart cherries. Email email@example.com to reserve your spot today!
Williams, an avid endurance athlete, recently completed the 140.6 mile IRONMAN World Championship in Kona, Hawaii and is currently managing the "Recover with Red" campaign, via the Cherry Marketing Institute...educating endurance athletes on the post-exercise recovery benefits of tart cherries.
Seating is limited to the first 150 people. There will be gifts for all in attendance along with a chance to win one of ten free entries to the 2015 National Cherry Festival Meijer Festival of Races, presented by Cherry Bay Orchards on July 11th!
Where: The Hagerty Center, 715 East Front Street, Traverse City MI
When: Wednesday January 14, 2015 6:00-7:00 p.m.
Posted on May 21 , 2014 - 12:05 pm
Paying attention to cardiovascular health is more important now than ever before. Heart disease is the leading cause of death in the U.S. today, and research has continued to show the important role diet has to play in fighting and preventing this disease. As part of this research, recent studies have shown that adding cherries to one's diet may have a significant impact in improving cardiovascular health with the potential to reduce risk factors associated with heart disease.
To learn how you can add this new "super fruit" to your healthy diet, take a look at our great tasting cherry juice concentrate, dried cherries, and other products we have to offer.
Reduce Heart Disease Risk Factors
Whether you prefer to snack on a few dried cherries throughout the day or prefer to drink juice made from the only finest cherry concentrate, benefits to your overall wellbeing may be accumulating with every nibble or sip. Studies have suggested that the powerful antioxidants said to occur in cherries, called anthocyanins, may help lower such major heart disease risk factors as body fat, cholesterol, inflammation, and total body weight. While further research is required to support these ideas, tart cherries can be easily included to your day.
Add Cherries to Your Diet
Maintaining a healthy diet is a vital factor in maintaining a healthy body. By including cherries as a part of your diet, you're not only enjoying a great tasting food that's convenient to eat, but you're also adding one that is heart healthy because it may help to significantly decrease overall body fat. Since increased body fat is one of the major risks of heart disease, it's easy to see why adding some cherry juice concentrate or cherry juice extract into your diet may be a good choice.
At Shoreline Fruit, we offer a wide variety of delicious, healthy fruit products to start you on your way to a healthy heart, including many varieties of cherries. From the snack time favorite of dried tart cherries to Montmorency tart cherry juice concentrate, we provide only the finest products direct from the nation's Cherry Capital.
Posted on Apr 16 , 2014 - 12:50 pm
“For a better-for-you occasion, people may want a snack to fill a need, such as energy before an exercise workout, she said. Protein and fiber may work well in a product. Snack examples include nuts, dried fruit or a nutrition bar.”
-Food Business News
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