15 ripe and fresh red cherries
2 1/2 cup of diced watermelons
4 ice cubes
Since summer time is –almost- here, it is time to fill your system with fresh and tart fruit juices. Although, the tartness of the fruits might make your eyes squint, you know you will enjoy it while you are sipping it on a hot day.
Amongst the popular summer fruits like watermelons and the different berries that will be available for you, you must refresh yourselves by adding cherries to your list. Embedded with a pea-sized seed, this tart fruit is the best for those that want to enjoy a glass of sweet and sour while you relax poolside. The best part is that this cherry juice is extremely simple to make!
Cherries are something every individual should make the most of when the season is here. The reason is that cherries have great antioxidant protection, they contain cancer-preventing compounds, they reduce inflammation, they promote better sleep, they help relieving arthritis pains, they reduce belly fat, and they can lower the risk of strokes.
How to Make Cherry Juice
There are 7000 cherries on one cherry tree at an average.