Sponsored Satellite Program: The Cherry on Top: Compelling Conversations about the Health Effects of Sweet Cherries
Sponsored By: Northwest Cherry Growers
Sweet cherries are a staple treat of summertime. Research shows that sweet cherries not only contain powerful antioxidants, but may reduce blood pressure and cardiovascular disease, decrease inflammation, and lead to better sleep. Join doctors Giuliana Noratto of Texas A&M and Kelly Pritchett of Central Washington University in discussing their research on the connection between sweet cherries and the inhibition of cancer cell growth, as well as muscle soreness and exercise recovery time. You’ll hear from cherry growers on what’s being done in Northwest orchards to maximize the natural, nutritional benefits of this superfruit, and receive a few chef-endorsed tips and tricks for folding sweet cherries into a year-round diet.
This Sponsored Satellite Program was presented at NUTRITION 2021 LIVE ONLINE.
- Articulate how modern cherry farming practices contribute to growing more nutrient dense fruit
- Describe current research linking sweet cherry consumption to the prevention or treatment of chronic inflammatory diseases like arthritis, diabetes, blood pressure and hypertension
- Incorporate the latest in sweet cherry research into their practice, including early findings
This Sponsored Satellite Program includes the following presentation:
- The Cherry on Top: Compelling Conversations about the Health Effects of Sweet Cherries
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