Dr Oz Sleep Aid: Montmorency Tart Cherry Juice Vs Melatonin Supplement

Dr Oz: Tart Cherry Juice

This episode of Dr Oz shared the health miracles that can help you cut your cravings and lose weight, including Dr Oz’s Coconut Oil recipes and the Chia Seed diet benefits. But if you are still tossing and turning at night, Dr Oz may have another answer for you: Montmorency Tart Cherry Juice.

Doctor Oz: Tart Cherry Juice Melatonin

Cherries are great as part of desserts like pie or ice cream. But did you know that Tart Cherry Juice is a natural sleep aid, and it’s hiding in plain sight at your grocery store? Research concludes that Montmorency Tart Cherry Juice in particular has the natural melatonin our bodies need to regulate a good night’s sleep and put insomnia to rest.

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Dr Oz Sleep Aid: Montmorency Tart Cherry Juice Vs Melatonin Supplement

Dr Oz & Dr Mike Dow talked about the natural sleep aid Montmorency Tart Cherry Juice and compared its benefits to melatonin supplements & sleeping pills.

Diet Rehab author Dr Mike Dow explained what makes Tart Cherry Juice so effective: melatonin regulates our nightly sleep routines, but many factors can throw those routines off balance. We have some solutions like sleeping pills, but they too easily become addictive. Montmorency Tart Cherry Juice doesn’t become addictive, and it’s a natural source to achieve the same results.

Dr Oz: Tart Cherry Juice Benefits

Tart Cherry Juice has the right amount of melatonin to get you to sleep without making you feel groggy or hung over the next morning. The Tart Cherries contain carbs that release serotonin to help you relax so you can get to sleep.

Drinking Tart Cherry Juice can be part of your nightly sleep ritual, training the brain to get ready for bed and helping you sleep through the whole night. If you wake up often in the night or wake up too early, this could be right for you. One study found that patients drinking this sleep almost 40 extra minutes each night.

Dr Oz: Montmorency Tart Cherry Juice Dosage

Tart Cherries are found in supermarkets and health stores. Dr Dow said that Montmorency Tart Cherry Juice is the best natural melatonin source. He suggested an eight-ounce serving 90 minutes before bedtime. That allows the melatonin to kick in gradually.

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The product also comes in a Tart Cherry Juice concentrate. Just mix an ounce of concentrate with seven ounces of water, and get two glasses of this per day. Just one ounce of concentrate has the potency of 100 fresh cherries.

They’re also available frozen, but you’d need to eat two cups of cherries 90 minutes before bed to get the benefits. For dried tart cherries, 1/4 cup will do the trick and add three grams of fiber to your diet.

Dr Oz: Tart Cherry Juice Results

Kalia, a patient of Dr Dow, said she used to have lots of trouble sleeping through the night. She tried a sleeping pill and hated it, so Dr Dow switched her to Tart Cherry Juice.

She said she was shocked to find that she slept well and only woke up once in the night, feeling much more rested by morning. Dr Dow said he recommends it every single day for patients.

Doctor Oz: Melatonin Supplement Vs Tart Cherry Juice

Unlike some other sleep supplements, the amount of Melatonin in cherry juice is safe but still effective. Plus, with only 140 calories, the juice is a great snack substitute.

Dr Oz’s recent Melatonin Warning episode highlighted that most people are taking too much of a Melatonin supplement. He wondered about the amount in Tart Cherries, and Dr Dow explained that it’s .08 mg, compared to 1-5 mg in most supplements. That makes Montmorency Tart Cherry Juice a great melatonin alternative.

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Pat Howard is a writer from St. Louis. He was born with a remote control in his hand, and is grateful to finally have a haven at Recapo for his pathological love of daytime television.

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1 Comment

  • w.lee wheeler

    i believe the name is montgomery not as you mentioned it….correct me if i am wrong!

     
 

 

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