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Eating Cherries Lowers Your Gout Attack Risk

Eating cherries over a two-day period reduced the risk of gout attacks by 35%, according to a new study led by Boston University (BU) in the US that is being published in the journal Arthritis & Rheumatism...

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One Response to “Eating Cherries Lowers Your Gout Attack Risk”

  • debbie says:

    To cure gout, Apply ice on the swollen area, reduces pain it immediately. You can also try applying ice packs to swollen inflamed joints.
    You can prepare a paste of ground mustard seed and whole-grain powder. Add some water. This reduces the inflammation.

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