Mar 26, 2019
Montmorency cherries 'may ease joint-related inflammation'

People with arthritis may benefit from eating plenty of tart (sour) cherries, according to US scientists. Researchers at Oregon Health & Science University studied 20 women, aged 40 to 70, with inflammatory  osteoarthritis. Participants were asked to drink tart cherry juice twice a day for three weeks.


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Feb 07, 2012
Cherries helped me beat arthritis
‘Most of us take opening a screw-top jar for granted, just as I did – until two years ago, when my fingers started feeling stiff and painful when I woke up in the morning. I couldn't straighten them up or grip, and the joints swelled to double their normal size.'
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