The bird-cherry berry has around 97 calories per 154-gram serving. A 154-gram serving of bird-cherry berries contains 24.6 grams of carb, 1.63 grams of protein, and 0.31 grams of fat.
Bird Cherry, hailing from the United Kingdom, grows on mature trees. Once insects pollinate the flower, reddish black and bitter cherries begin to grow on the tree. You will find bird-cherry berries in northern Europe and Asia in stream and river banks, hedgerows, and wet woodland. Like other types of berries, the bird cherries provide you with an array of health benefits such as for the treatment of colds, fever, and more.
The Benefits of Bird-Cherry Berries
1. Eliminates Free Radicals
Bird cherry berries contain lots of antioxidants (flavonoids) and vitamin C. Together, they work to eliminate free radicals from the body and prevent medical conditions that come with age such as a deteriorating nervous system and heart, vision loss, loss of hair, wrinkles and fine lines, macular degeneration, prostate and colon cancer, and libido loss.
2. Strengthens Immune System
Antioxidants found in bird-cherry berry can enhance the function of the immune system, strengthening it to better protect you bacterial, viral, and fungal infections in the colon, urinary tract, intestines, and excretory system. It eliminates coughs, flu, fevers, and colds.
3. Improves Cognitive Functioning
Flavonoids and carotenoids in bird-cherry berries improve the function of the brain and enhance the ability to recall information. The berry reduces your risk of developing age-related diseases and protects the nervous system. It also treats nervous disorders such Alzheimer’s disease, disappointment, chronic stress, anxiety, depression, and Parkinson’s disease.
4. Prevents Heart Disease
Bird cherry berries contains phosphorus, antioxidants, and vitamins, which are cardio-protectors. They work together to prevent heart disease caused by oxidants. Bird cherry berry also maintains the heart rate, reduces blood pressure, prevents hardening of blood vessels, and reduces the risk of heart attacks. It also improves the cardiac muscles.
*More research and studies into the benefits of bird cherry berries need to be performed.
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