The cherry season is approaching!
I fondly remember visiting my aunt Lydia on the farm as a little boy. We picked dark red, full-bodied cherries from the tree and ate them straight away. Delicious!
In this newsletter I tell you about the enormous healing powers of the cherry. Everyday toxins and stress can strain our liver and other organs as well as the metabolism. The cherry is a great helper for us here.
Don't forget that healthy foods have great healing powers. This is why it is so important to eat fruits, vegetables, herbs and wild plants every day.
What cherries can do...
...They are tremendously invigorating, cleansing and rejuvenating for the liver.
...They promote the formation of hemoglobin and have an anti-cancer effect.
...They clean the intestines and bladder, help with constipation and clear the mind.
...They help to reduce weight, but can also stimulate appetite.
...They are great suppliers of the extremely important trace elements iron and zinc as well as
the amino acids threonine, tryptophan and lysine.
...They reduce the stress burden on the body and brain, together with
the sleep hormone melatonin.
...They protect against Alzheimer's, dementia and brain tumors.
...Their phytochemicals eliminate the effects of radiation.
...They repair damaged myelin sheaths in the nerves.
...They remove toxins from the reproductive organs
(good for women with fibroids and ovarian cysts).
Cherries also have a brightening effect on our mood, making us happier and more patient.
So it pays to eat cherries more often. Frozen cherries or cherries preserved in juice (without sugar) are also very good.
Sweet cherry smoothie/pudding
1 frozen banana, 2 ripe bananas, 1 cup frozen cherries, ½ peeled lemon
Process everything together with ½ cup of water in a blender and enjoy.
Chilled in the refrigerator, the mass solidifies and can be served as a pudding.
Let's hope that we will enjoy more warming sunrays. Harness the power of direct sunlight. The production of vitamin D and sun exposure of the thyroid gland are extremely important for a healthy organism. Lie in the sun between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. with as much bare skin as possible and without sunscreen (depending on skin type, only for a short time)
Stay healthy and see you soon!