Boost your brainpower with this fruit

While they have a short peak season in the United States, (usually May to July), cherries are a favorite summertime snack for many. Tart cherries in particular are known for their powerful anti-inflammatory benefits that help reduce the risk of gout and other inflammatory conditions. Studies suggest consuming tart cherries may also activate PPAR (peroxisome proliferator activating receptors) in the body’s tissues, which helps regulate the genes involved in fat and glucose metabolism....

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