5 Delicious Cherry Recipes to Reduce Diabetes-Related Inflammation

Don't miss this year's cherry harvest!

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Cherries are delicious little treats provided by nature that can provide powerful healing properties. Cherries are a powerful anti-inflammatory food, they are great for the heart, and they are full of antioxidants.

Needless to say, cherries are their own superfood. Want to get in on the benefits? Here are 5 delicious recipes to get started.

1. Cherry Coconut Porridge

This delicious bowl of goodness is packed with superfoods, but you won’t notice that as you devour all that chocolatey goodness.

2. Clean Eating Cherry Pie

Just because you’re trying to be healthy, it doesn’t mean that you have to miss out on a delicious pie. This recipe gives you all the star ingredients (namely, cherries) in pie form but without all the guilt. It’s super easy, too. Whip this up before summer is over!

3. Fig and Cherry Paleo Bites

These little bites are so delicious and also so easy. Plus, there is the bonus ingredient, cinnamon, which is a powerhouse in regulating blood glucose. The best part? They are super easy to take with you on-the-go. Take them as a snack during the afternoon slump at work, as a treat post-gym, or as a quick bite when your glucose levels are dipping.

4. Cherry Garcia Ice Cream Bars

These ice cream bars are raw and vegan, giving them all the powerful benefits of plants without all the guilt. The hemp seeds mean that these are protein bars and the chocolate ganache on top is full of antioxidants. It’s super easy to make, too. Just blend everything up, pour, freeze, and eat.




5. Cherry Yogurt Dessert

This dessert is so easy to make that you can whip it up as soon as your sweet tooth calls out to you. Made with yogurt and cream, it is low in sugar and high in protein.

You can get your life back, rapidly melting away your stubborn belly fat, getting your blood sugars under control and REVERSE your type-2 diabetes… and do it quite easily.

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References

Dr. Axe. URL Link. Retrieved August 5, 2017.

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