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Benefits of Dried Cherries

[caption id="attachment_1080" align="alignleft" width="300" caption="Dried Cherries Cherry Juice"]Dried Cherries Cherry Juice[/caption] Dried cherries, cherry juice or the powder? The purpose of this post to share some of the benefits of dried cherries. Here is an overview of dried cherries and how the nutritional value compares to other products from the same fruit. One of the nice things about the dried version of the fruit is it great for a quick addition to almost any recipe including breakfast, lunch or dinner. In addition, tossing in a few into yogurt, cereal or oatmeal. In addition, you can use them to cook with salomon and other grilled items including chicken. Daily serving (1/4 cup – 45g) of dried tart cherries provides the following: 138 Calories 4.55  g protein 28.9g Carbohydrates .23g Fat Daily serving (1 oz. – 28.3g) of tart cherry juice concentrate
  • 74 Calories
  • .92 g protein
  • 17.5g Carbohydrates
  • 0g Fat
Daily serving (1/2 cup – 67g) of frozen tart cherries
  • 28 Calories
  • .65 g protein
  • 6.35g Carbohydrates
  • .4g Fat
Daily serving (1/2 oz. – 121g) of canned tart cherries
  • 37 Calories
  • .90 g protein
  • 8.13g Carbohydrates
  • .07g Fat
* Nutritional analysis conducted by the American Analytical Chemistry Laboratories Corporation
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