Fruits that Do Not live up to their health claims

Acai It claims that it's omega 3 fats are good for the heart. That is miss leading since it only has a small amount of in the fruit. There has been no human study to confirm that acai can help regenerate muscles, blood, bones, and help people lose weight. It has not been studied in people for any health condition, according to National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine. It's claim is that it can treat cancer, diabetes, and heart disease.

Mangosteen It claims to boost your energy, lower cholesterol, and kill pain. None of these have been proven to be true.

Fruits and vegetables are very healthy and some do have health benefits. When picking your cranberry juice make sure you get a juice with at least 25% cranberry juice to reap its nutritional effects. Great choices are Ocean Spray at 27% and at 25% Old Orchard Naturals and Lakewood Organic Light to name a few.

Drinking Tart Cherries for muscle exerertsion may help. People that drank 16 to 24 ounces a day of cherry juice for 1 to 3 weeks before heavy exertion reported less pain and temporary muscle loss. The juice may help recovery but it also is 300 - 400 calories.