Gout is a form of arthritis and it affects more people than you think. In fact, one in 200 Americans suffers from the severe joint pain associated with the condition.
Gout can cause sudden attacks of pain in the joints of the feet, ankles, knees and even the hands, but it’s most commonly felt at the base of the big toe. And it’s true, cherries can help reduce inflammation in the body, so they may help when it comes to managing gout flares.
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