New research has found the bioactive compound anthocyanin, found in high concentrates in sweet cherries, can help reduce weight gain.
Melanie Blackhall from the University of Tasmania’s Faculty of Health conducted clinical trials to determine the efficacy of sweet cherry anthocyanins as a treatment and preventative therapy in high-fat diets.
“There is emerging evidence on the benefits of sweet cherry anthocyanins,” she said.
“The majority of work carried out on antho…
Nutrition – Healthcanal.com