If the excruciating pain in the joint of your big toe has been diagnosed by your doctor as gout, then relief might be found in a bowl of cherries. A new study by Boston University researchers found that eating roughly 30 cherries within the first 48 hours of having a gout attack might cut down the risk of the painful arthritic condition from returning, by up to 35%.
Cherries Seem to Provide Gout Pain Relief
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