Eating cherries can reduce the risk of gout attacks

A recent study from Boston University found that eating two or three servings of cherries reduced the risk of gout attacks. Extra benefit was not seen with further consumption. Cherries have been suggested to be natural inhibitors of enzymes which cause inflammation. What foods do you currently recommend for your patients with gout?

 

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