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Why Montmorency Tart Cherries?

Discover the tart cherries health benefits NOW! Nothing added, nothing removed, JUST cherries!


Cherryactive capsules is made of 100% tart montmorency cherries

CherryActive® Capsules 60’s

KEY FEATURES

  • CherryActive capsules are made from 100% natural Montmorency cherries.
  • Freeze-dried to protect their concentrated antioxidants and fine milled to maximise absorption.
  • 100% Vegan and Vegetarian with no fillers or anti-caking agents.
  • Under 2 calories per capsule and very low in carbohydrates.
  • Approximately 100 Montmorency cherries per capsule.

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Cherryactive® Concentrate

CherryActive® Concentrate 946ml

KEY FEATURES

  • 100% natural Montmorency cherry concentrate.
  • No added sugar, sweeteners, preservatives, flavourings or colourings.
  • A 30ml serving is the antioxidant equivalent of 23 fruit & vegetables.
  • Each 946mL contains 31 servings
  • Lasts up to 12 months refrigerated.
  • Approximately 2900 Montmorency cherries per bottle.

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Northumbria Montmorency Cherry Juice Research from Northumbria University on Vimeo.

Northumbria University – Montmorency Cherry Juice Research Summary

High blood pressure lowers significantly after drinking tart Montmorency cherry juice! Drinking tart Montmorency cherry juice significantly reduces high blood pressure at a level comparable to that achieved by medication, according to new research from Northumbria University, Newcastle. The findings, which are published in The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition today (Wednesday 4 May), found […]