Benefits of cherry
Just one cup of cherry contains 20 mg calcium. Who would think that cherry is rich in calcium?
Cherry is at the top of the "super foods" list. You can't miss it with that fiery red color.
You can give cherry to your baby when he is 8 months old. But of course first consult your doctor and get his approval. Don't worry cherry is not considered as one of the major allergic foods. Some babies simply have difficulty in digesting the rind of cherry.
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Keep in mind
When producing cherries, sometimes high amount of pesticide is used. So always be careful when buying cherry and make sure that you eat it at its harvesting season.
For cherries to remain fresh longer, don't pick off the stalks before placing cherries in the fridge.

Cherry stalk is a great food for us, but not for babies, cause when you boil and drink it, it helps removing the edema in the body.
However don't ever let your baby eat cherries by himself. It may easily stick in his throat. You can wrap it inside a cheesecloth or use fruit nets produced specifically for this purpose.
Nutritional value per one cup of cherry;
Vitamin A 74 IU
Vitamin C 10.8 mg
Vitamin K 3.2 mcg
Potassium 324 mcg
Phosphor 32 mg
Magnesium17 mg
Calcium 20 mg