Cherries, like many other berries, are packed with beneficial nutrients and minerals, many of which can help ease inflammation and pain associated with health conditions. Cherries have been directly linked to a drop in gout flare-ups, likely due to the anti-inflammatory nature of dietary fiber, vitamin A and vitamin C. The various antioxidant components of cherries can help to reduce oxidative stress and promote better metabolism of uric acid, rather than letting it be deposited in the joints and extremities. Cherry juice, raw cherries and cherry extract can all be used to improve or eliminate the symptoms of gout.
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