Cherries for Gout:
If you have gout, it is more than likely that you may be looking for anything to help the pain associated with gout disappear. Adding tart cherry juice to your daily diet may be just the thing to help you control acute gout attacks. Research indicates that an unhealthy diet can be one of the causes of gout. A change in diet may be an effective treatment that can rid you of the pain and disability associated with this painful and debilitating condition.
Many gout sufferers, both in Australia and overseas turn to Cherry Juice as an effective form of gout control. Many people who drink cherry juice report that this wonder juice not only can end the pain and inflammation of a gout attack but also offers a long term solution in keeping gout away for good.
Some evidence from various research has show that tart cherry consumption reduces uric acid levels, which could possibly provide a beneficial effect for those who suffer from symptoms of gout.
Either way, many gout patients swear by this simple formula of either 1 small glass of cherry juice daily or a handful of fresh cherries each day. With the cherry season so short in Australia organic tart cherry juice from Gout Australia is a must try solution for those suffering with gout. Juice offers a year round option for those who find cherries a powerful remedy for treating their gout.
In a study of 633 participants, Boston University Medical Center researchers found that eating at least 10 cherries a day or drinking a small amount of tart cherry juice or extract each day protected people with existing gout from recurrent attacks. The findings were published in a supplement to the journal Arthritis & Rheumatism.
“Cherry intake was associated with a 50 percent lower risk of gout flares over a 48-hour period,” says study co-author Hyon K. Choi, MD. “We extrapolate that cherries will continue to work long-term.”
He attributes the positive results to anthocyanins – plant pigments that have powerful antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties. Anthocyanins are found in red and purple fruits, including raspberries and blueberries, but cherries, especially tart cherries, may contain higher levels.
Tart Cherry Juice form Gout Australia – Organic pressed juice – not concentrate.
Due to Australia Post’s charges any orders containing cherry juice will have an additional $4.00 per bottle added to the standard $9.95 postage and handling charge.
Tart Cherry Juice
100% Juice | Organic and fresh pressed not from concentrate