Cherries are a stone fruit known for their shiny deep red skin. They're often eaten on their own, in juices, or added to deserts to add a rich, sweet flavour.

Despite not having too many common micronutrients, cherries are packed with pythonutrients with both antioxidant and anti-inflammatory effects. Studies have been conducted to confirm an association cherries have with improved physical recovery from exercise.

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Water82.25 g
Energy63 kcal
3 %
Protein1.06 g
Fats0.2 g
Carbs16.01 g
Fiber2.1 g
Sugars12.82 g
Calcium13 mg
1 %
Iron0.36 mg
2 %
Magnesium11 mg
3 %
Phosphorus21 mg
2 %
Potassium222 mg
5 %
Sodium0 mg
Zinc0.07 mg
1 %
Copper0.06 mg
7 %
Manganese0.07 mg
4 %
Selenium0 µg
Vit C7 mg
11 %
Thiamin0.027 mg
3 %
Riboflavin0.033 mg
3 %
Niacin0.154 mg
1 %
Vit B60.049 mg
4 %
Folate4 µg
1 %
Vit B120 µg
Vit A3 µg
Vit E0.07 mg
Vit D0 µg
Vit K2.1 µg
3 %
Sat Fat0.038 g
Mono Fat0.047 g
Poly Fat0.052 g
Trans Fat0 g
Cholesterol0 mg
Caffeine0 mg