Black Cherry Juice Concentrate (16 fl oz)
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Dynamic Health Labs Black Cherry Concentrate is a potent source of antioxidants that can help improve blood circulation, maintain a healthy heart and reduce joint pain due to arthritis or gout.
• All Natural Ingredients
• No Preservatives
• No Sugar Added
• Fat Free
• Cholesterol Free
• Ideal For Smoothies!
• Economy 16 oz. Size!
• Helps Relieve Arthritis and Gout Pain
• Nutritionally Beneficial As A Dietary Supplement!
Mix 1 part Dynamic Health Black Cherry Juice Concentrate with 5 parts water, seltzer or juice.
To maintain freshness refrigerate after opening.
Refreshing Suggestions: Ideal for tropical smoothies, fruit cocktails, & as a mixer. A delicious, natural topping for yogurt, ice cream, fruit, pastry and dessert.
Serving Size: Conc. 8 tsp. (40 ml) Recon. 8 fl. (237 ml) (As prepared with water)
Amount Per Serving % Daily Value
Calories from Fat 0
Total Fat 0 g 0%
Cholesterol 0 mg 0%
Sodium 0 mg 0%
Total Carbohydrate 28 g 9%
Sugars 28 g
Protein 0 g
Vitamin C 24%
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*Not intended to diagnose or treat diseases or ailments, and is not reviewed by the FDA.Uses & Indications.
- Improved Overall Health
- Reducing Post-Exercise Muscle Pain
- Lowering Uric Acid Levels
- Alleviating Painful Gout Attacks
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Questions and answers:
Question: HOW MANY COME IN A CASE , 4 , 6 , 8 ? HOW MUCH FOR SUCH A CASE ? IS YOUR CONCENTRATE THICK OR THIN ? WE HAVE BEEN USING A TREE OF LIFE PRODUCT BUT THE LAST ORDER WAS THIN AS A PEPSI .
- A: Black Cherry juice is only sold by the bottle. The juice concentrate is a natural product and subject to the seasons therefore color, taste, and consistency can vary.
Question: Will Black Cherry Juice help relieve constipation?
- A: Black cherries are a good source of fiber and does help with constipation. They should be ate in moderation. 3.2 g of fiber per 1-cup serving -- and often recommended to prevent diarrhea and constipation, eating too many cherries can trigger these conditions. You require 25 to 38 g of fiber each day for good bowel health, but consuming an excess amount of cherries in addition to a fiber-rich diet may cause gastrointestinal problems. MayoClinic.com website reports consuming too much fiber before your body is ready to digest it may also trigger gas and flatulence.