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Tart cherries are comprised of 17 antioxidants, essential vitamins, and anthocyanins rich in potential anti-inflammatory properties. These chemical compounds may have a positive influence on lipid oxidation and heterocyclic aromatic amine formation. Studies suggest that tart cherry may support muscle strength recovery and reduce pain, especially after exercise. And, in a preliminary trial, participants with osteoarthritis who took tart cherry extract over the study reported reduced joint pain and disability. Another study noted a potentially lower risk of gouty arthritis recurrence in those who ate cherries or cherry extract-- thought to be because of the anthocyanins in the fruit.
InTerra's responsibly sourced, sustainable, & certified emu oil is a natural oil that can not only moisturize and prevent water loss from skin tissue that but also may carry other ingredients with it. Emu oil is rich in oleic acid, palmitic acid, linoleic acids, and potential antioxidants. These compounds may help fight inflammation and more: collagen production may be improved with emu oil which can lead to better skin elasticity. Studies suggest the anti-inflammatory properties of emu oil may help your body's immune system and have the potential to reduce chronic inflammation.
Omega 3-6-9 fatty acids are considered healthy polyunsaturated fats, each with a number of potential benefits for your body. Omega-3s make up part of cell membranes, and are not produced by the body so must come from diet or other supplement. Omega-3s have the potential to increase 'good' HDL cholesterol and potentially reducee triglycerides, blood pressure, and the formation of arterial plaque. Studies have suggested that some Omega-6 fatty acids can convert to another fatty acid called dihomo-gamma-linolenic acid (DGLA) which was linked in another study to reduce symptoms of rheumatoid arthritis. Consumption of Omega-9 has been linked to reduced plasma triglycerides and 'bad' very-low-density-lipoprotein (VLDL) cholesterol in patients with diabetes.