Web MD: Cherry Juice for Arthritis

Web MD:

People with gout may be able to cut in half their risk of recurrent attacks by eating about 20 cherries a day, preliminary research suggests.

The findings support years of anecdotal reports from patients that cherries help keep the inflammatory arthritic condition in check, doctors here say.

http://www.webmd.com/arthritis/news/20101110/cherries-may-cut-risk-of-gout-flare-ups

Cherry Juice for Gout and Arthritis

Tart cherries found in cherry concentrate are abundant in anthocyanins – a natural compound that contributes to the ruby-red color and distinctive sour-sweet taste. This phytonutrient, a type of flavonoid, is also behind the potential health-promoting properties of tart cherries. From soothing arthritis and gout symptoms and easing muscle pain after a workout to enhancing sleep, tart cherries have been credited with an array of health advantages.

http://www.choosecherries.com/health-and-nutrition/