|General Health & Wellbeing|
In the Cherry Juice pilot research study, scientists at LSU AgCenter and Pennington Biomedical Research Center were able to show that drinking tart cherry juice twice a day for two weeks resulted in an average of an additional 84 minutes of sleep time each night for participants with insomnia. In this study, scientists are interested in learning whether cherry juice provides an additional benefit to those with sleep apnea. Sleep apnea is a serious sleep disorder that occurs when a person’s breathing is interrupted during sleep, potentially leading to health concerns including inflammation and cardiovascular disease.
The purpose of the Cherry Juice II research study is to see if drinking cherry juice will help reduce inflammation in those suffering from sleep apnea.
|About the Study|
|Participants in the study will receive two weeks of cherry juice and two weeks of placebo juice. Participants will drink 8 oz. of cherry juice or the placebo twice daily for two weeks, followed by a two week washout period. Participants will then be given another two week supply of cherry juice or placebo.|
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|Earn up to $75 for participation.|
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