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We all know that this season – transitioning from one year to another – can be filled with messages about food and food that are unpleasant. I don't like to enter a new year with goals of control, eliminate & # 39; in, or suspend. But I salute January with respect to how my diet feeds (and will do so over the next 12 months), and I encourage my nutritional clients to do the same.
This shows us how much I love to practice nutrition in general: with an emphasis on what food can do yes our body. It includes the enthusiastic spirit that I am busy with for some of the wonderful 39th anniversary of sweet cherries, and to share 20 reasons to enjoy the year 2020.
When NW Cherry Growers folks approached me about this campaign, we couldn't be happier! We didn’t grow up with love, but we came to appreciate it over time. Part of the reason it took me a while was because I didn't understand there were so many varieties of cherries, and only some of them were my jam (not pun intended).
I love the deeper, closer to the sweetness of the sweet cherries, and I love learning about what they can do for my body in the last few weeks. I will share twenty of the & # 39; s health-related celebrations right now – followed by all the fruit baking that will give you more reason than ever to carry a bag made of frozen sweet cherries ASAP. Or, even better, when the Pacific Northwest cherries are in season (summer months), you'll remember to bring a few extra bags of fresh cherries and freeze them to enjoy throughout the year. other!
20 Reasons to Eat Sweet cherries by 2020
1. Sweet cherries contain tryptophan, serotonin and melatonin, which can interact with cherry blossom to help regulate the sleep cycle.1
2. Polyphenols in cherries can reduce or prevent inflammation and stress. & # 39; oxidative stress & # 39 ;, which can be risk factors for diseases such as arthritis, diabetes, cancer and high blood pressure.2
3. Germs can help fight infection, which is thought to play an important role in many chronic diseases. The use of cherries has been found in one small intervention study to reduce the incidence of Plasma in eight biomarkers associated with infrastructure disease.3
4. In a similar study, eating cherries significantly reduced protein & # 39; C-reactive protein & # 39; and metals & # 39; nitrous oxide & # 39 ;, which are opposing points.4
5. Combining substances from cherries seems to protect the brain from harmful brain cells.5
6. High blood pressure is a risk factor for cardiovascular disease, along with other health risks. Some studies say that the acid is called & # 39; phenolic acids & # 39; found in cherries produced by anthocyanin (antioxidant of sweet cherries) may have antihypertensive effects.6
7. In laboratory studies, phenolic compounds of sweet cherries appear to regulate the growth of breast cancer cells without toxicity to normal cells.7
8. The production of sweet cherry has been shown to control the proliferation of colon and breast cancer cells in several published studies.8
9. Anti-inflammatory effects of the organs in sweet cherries can help prevent heart disease.9
10. This anti-inflammatory system can be associated with improving brain function and vision.10
11. Using anthocyanins & # 39; cherries seem to improve the memory and cognition of adults in & # 39; dementia & # 39; in the medium.11
12. The use of cherries can significantly reduce the urethra of the plasema, helping to facilitate the cut.12
13. The polyphenols in cherries appear in some research to help reduce hyperglycemia, oxidative stress, and inflammatory markers that predict diabetes mellitus.13
14. cherry blockers tend to lower blood glucose levels and protect beta cells from & # 39; pancreatic cells & # 39; (which produces insulin, which damages diabetes) & # 39; oxidative & # 39 ;, allowing them to continue their normal functioning.14
15. Various studies have shown that serotonin in sweet cherries is important for the neurotransmitter & # 39; which reduces stress and improves mood.15
16. Sweet cherries are available in frozen form all year, which means I don't have to limit my enjoyment to summer!
17. Sweet cherries are the best way to enjoy a deep sweetness as nature is created – or to sweeten and treat it by providing nutritious benefits.
18. cherries are a snack! I like to enjoy them at the farmers market early in the summer, or toss them in frozen cherries with fruit mousse (with or without cocoa) for treat at any time of the year.
19. Although I usually like cherries made from baked goods (such as cakes or restaurants), I'm also a fan of adding cherries and balsamic to a bowls bowl.
20. Dried cherries, with all the cool health directions, are a great alternative to raisins and crusts of muesli and granola.
Like I said, The best way to show them sweet cherries is through cooking, and I found that their deep sweet taste works beautifully with all the baked corn. As we approach the New Year, I wanted to create a baking dish that can be delicious and rewarding but also rich in whole grains (whole grains) and cherries (all those wonderful anthocyanins and other scattered ones). .
These bars are. They are not granola bars. They are delicate, delicate, and totally reminiscent of coffee cakes, to sweet peaks, but reasonably sweet in general. They made all the debris and olive oil instead of butter to use the standard, so they found a good fit with a dark, sweet cherries.
Yes, they are my favorite part of my favorite cake (should I start a separate cake blogger ?!). But my own way of balancing it is to celebrate all the good the fight against disease gives us while also celebrating the art we treat, and baking is part of it. We hope you will enjoy this simple, easy, anytime you enjoy.
Vegetable Vegetable Bar
- 2 cups uninterrupted, & # 39; s whole purpose
- 1 cup rye, spelled, or whole wheat flour
- 1 spoon of tea baking powder
- 1/2 spoon of tea Fix
- 1/2 spoon of tea good salt
- 1/3 cup olive oil
- 1/4 cup cold water
- 2 spoon of tea The vanilla extract
- 1 cup cane or coconut oil
- 1 1/4 cups non-dairy milk
- juice of 1 lemon
- 12-16 ounces frozen sweet cherries, half
- Optional: 1 cup of sugar in a container + 2 teaspoons non-skimmed milk, stirred to create a stir.
Heat your oven at 350F. Lightly wrap 9 x 13 baking dish in a row
below a small piece of speed paper
Place the glass, baking powder and soda, and salt together in the bottle (or dishwasher).
In a glass jar or large mixing bowl with electric mixer, mix with oil,
water, sugar, and vanilla extract until well mixed. Add non-skimmed milk and lemon juice and mix well. Add the dry ingredients to two halves, mixing at medium speed while running. When the batter is well mixed (only when no bumps are visible), pour the batter into your baking dish. Cover with this layer of cherries separated, frozen. Use a spoon to throw the rest of the battery on top of the cherries. It should be mostly covered, with some still coming out from under the bay.
Transfer the baking dish to your oven. Bake for 45 minutes, or until the edges are golden brown and set on top. Cool the cake. If you like to correct, mix 1 cup of powdered sugar and two tablespoons of non-dairy milk until smooth, then spray or sprinkle on top of cake. Cut into slices and enjoy!
I love this for coffee or tea, and I hope you will too. Here's to bringing 2020 to sweet and healthy, friends. I'll see you soon, to read it this weekend.
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This post is sponsored by Northwest Cherry Growers. All ideas are mine. Thank you for your support!
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2. "Use of sweet cherries in & # 39; Bing & # 39; reduces the accumulation of inflammatory markers in healthy men and women." Kelley, D. S., Rasooly, R., Jacob, R. A., Kader, A. A. & Mackey, B. M. Journal of Nutrition, 2006, 136, 981-986.
3. "Bing's Sweet Cheese Contains the Packaging Package for Symptoms of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome." Darshan S. Kelley, Yuriko Adkins, Aurosis Reddy, Leslie R. Woodhouse, Bruce E. Mackey and Kent L. Erickson. The Journal of Nutrition, American Society of Nutrition, 2013, doi: 10.3845 / jn.112.171371.
4. "Eating & # 39; germs & # 39; sweetness of & # 39; Bing & # 39; reduces the accumulation of inflammatory symptoms in healthy men and women." Kelley, D. S., Rasooly, R., Jacob, R. A., Kader, A. A. & Mackey, B. M. Journal of Nutrition, 2006, 136, 981-986.
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7. "Dark sweet cherries (Prunus avium L.) & # 39; phenolics & # 39; as chemopreventive / therapeutic & # 39; for the development of malignant and non-toxic breast cancer cells." ordinary. " Layosa MA, Lage NN, Martens-Talcott SU, Talcott St, Pedrosa ML, Chew BP and Noratto GD.
8. "Nutrients, Biodiversity and Biological Interventions: Benefits & # 39; Health Awareness of Sweet Potato." Ana C. Gonçalves, Catherine Bento, Branca Silva, Manuel Simões, Luís R. Silva. Nutrition and Food Science, 2019 15, 208-227.
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15. "The use of the cherry product in Jerte Valley in humans enhances mood, and increases 5-hydroxyindoleacetic acid but lowers cortisol levels in urine." María Garrido, Javier Espino, David González-Gómez, Mercedes Lozano, Carmen Barriga, Sergio D. Paredes, Ana B. Rodríguez. Gerontology, 2012, 47, 573-55.