Wisdom in Eating | A big cherry is more nutritious than a small cherry?

Are cherries big and nutritious?
What is the difference between cherries and cherries?
Like litchi, which was "laughing when riding the world of mortals" and now "flying into the homes of ordinary people", cherry was only a high-level offering of the Imperial Emperor’s ancestral temple at the earliest, and it was planted as early as the Western Zhou Dynasty. Now, cherry has already become a fruit that everyone can eat.
Cherry? Big cherry? Cherry?
Some cherries sold in the market are called cherries, while others are called cherries, which makes people confused.
In fact, the common cherries are mainly China cherries and European sweet cherries.
China cherry is "small and exquisite", with a small head and mostly light red; European sweet cherries are "plump" and generally larger in size, which is what we call big cherries, with dark red color. We are usually used to calling imported cherries cherries cherries.
Cherry and cherry are both deciduous shrub fruit trees of Rosaceae, but they are different in variety.
Cherry is a variety of sweet cherry in Europe, which is characterized by compact pulp, abundant water and relatively large size.
The name of cherries should be derived from the transliteration of cherry. Just like many imported fruits have nicknames, for example, taxis and pears sold in supermarkets are actually transliteration of strawberry "strawberry"; There is also a snake fruit from the transliteration of "delicious" "Dili Snake".
Big is beautiful, expensive is good?
Apart from the head difference, the difference in nutritional value between cherry and cherry is almost negligible.
On the other hand, the price of imported big cherries will be much more expensive, and it is not necessarily guaranteed to be fresh.
Fortunately, however, the breeding technology is becoming more and more advanced, and many excellent foreign cherry varieties have already been successfully cultivated in China.
Many merchants call large cherries cherries cherries, claiming that they are imported cherries and sold at high prices. Everyone should keep their eyes open when purchasing. After all, there is no difference in nutrition between the two kinds of cherries, and perhaps they are domestically produced and sold.
What is the nutrition of cherries?
The deep red appearance of cherry suddenly reminds people of abundant blood flow, so cherry is usually considered as a good thing to supplement iron and blood.
But you can never imagine that the iron content in 100 grams of cherries is only 0.4 mg, and that in 100 grams of Chinese cabbage is 0.8 mg.
Therefore, cherry blood tonic is more like a legend of "supplementing shape with shape".
As for vitamin C, there are usually only 7-9 milligrams in 100 grams of cherries, which is not as good as Chinese cabbage.
Except for iron and vitamin C, the nutrition of sugar, protein and minerals in cherry is not outstanding, so the nutrition of cherry is not as good as everyone thinks.
Then why eat cherries? Why don’t you just eat Chinese cabbage? But … cherries are delicious! Moreover, cherry is rich in plant polyphenols and is a healthy fruit. Take two servings a day to lower blood pressure and prevent cardiovascular disease.
The world’s top medical journal "New England Journal of Medicine" once reported that people who eat more fruits have better blood pressure and blood sugar; People who eat fruit every day have fewer cardiovascular diseases than people who don’t eat fruit.
As a delicious seasonal fruit, you can eat more in summer, and which variety to buy depends on your personal preference.
① Cherry and cherry are just different varieties, with different fruit sizes and little difference in nutritional value.
② The iron content in cherries is not high, so it is not practical to supplement iron and blood, but as a fruit intake, you can still eat some in season.
Text/Yan Guangfeng
Source/WeChat WeChat official account "Popular Science Sauce Purple Frog"
Source of this article: China Medical News