Montmorency tart cherries may provide benefits for adults with metabolic syndrome

(Weber Shandwick Chicago) Montmorency tart cherries reduced systolic blood pressure, insulin levels and insulin concentrations in adults with metabolic syndrome participating in a small pilot study published in the Journal of Functional Foods.
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