Research indicates that Montmorency tart cherry juice may help improve the quality and duration of sleep, reduce the severity of insomnia and increase overall sleep efficiency.
The market for 100% juice should return to growth despite global economic slowdown and the recent debate around sugar, according to Tetra Pak’s 100% Juice Index report.
We shouldn’t be surprised when the soda industry claims it’s really just looking out for the rest of us. But we shouldn’t listen either. More soda taxes and less soda drinking will make for a healthier country.
Q: Is tart cherry juice useful for insomnia? If so, what is an appropriate daily amount, presumably taken at bedtime? I’ve heard and read everything from 1 to 16 ounces!
There is growing evidence that ingredients in tart cherries may ease both inflammation and insomnia.