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MONTMORENCY CHERRIES - NATURE'S HEALING FRUIT

100% Montmorency Cherries

cherryactive for gout, arthritis, insomnia, speed up muscle recovery

Supported by scientific research

cherryactive for gout, arthritis, insomnia, speed up muscle recovery

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cherryactive for gout, arthritis, insomnia, speed up muscle recovery

CherryActive Products

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CherryActive® Capsules 60’s

KEY FEATURES

  • CherryActive capsules are made from 100% natural Montmorency cherries.
  • Freeze-dried to protect their concentrated antioxidants and fine milled to maximise absorption.
  • 100% Vegan and Vegetarian with no fillers or anti-caking agents.
  • Under 2 calories per capsule and very low in carbohydrates.
  • Approximately 100 Montmorency cherries per capsule.

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cherryactive-concentrate-946ml

CherryActive® Concentrate 946ml

KEY FEATURES

  • 100% natural Montmorency cherry concentrate.
  • No added sugar, sweeteners, preservatives, flavourings or colourings.
  • A 30ml serving is the antioxidant equivalent of 23 fruit & vegetables.
  • Each 946mL contains 31 servings
  • Lasts up to 12 months refrigerated.
  • Approximately 2900 Montmorency cherries per capsule.

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Eating cherries can ‘lower gout flare risk significantly’-Arthritis Research UK

Patients suffering from gout can enjoy significant reductions in pain associated with the condition after just two days of consuming cherries, according to new research in the journal Arthritis & Rheumatism. A team of researchers led by Dr Yuging Zhang, professor of medicine and public health at Boston University, found that consuming cherries over a two-day period […]

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How Cherries Can Improve Your Workout

Whether you’re looking to run the Houston Marathon next January or just get back to the gym before swimsuit season, new research suggests that incorporating a tiny, little, red fruit into your workout routine could prove highly beneficial. Aside from being associated with lowering uric acid related to gout, alleviating the symptoms of fibromyalgia, establishing […]