Research, from Northumbria University, discusses CherryActive as an effective natural remedy for gout.
29th September 2014
The Mail on Sunday reports on how to fight gout.
Over the past 4 years I have been getting attacks of gout more and more frequently. I have been using different medications from the doctor and they didn’t seem to make any difference at all. The attacks were coming every 3 or 4 weeks and were absolute agony. Since taking CherryActive for 4 months I have not had one single twinge. I honestly don’t think this can be a coincidence and recommend anyone with gout to give this juice a try.
Suffering from gout several time per year and taking cherry active has helped tremendously. Take it morning and at night preventing attacks!
Bought this for my husband as I had read that tart cherry juice was a good natural therapy for gout users. He has been taking the recommended daily dose for seven months now and touch wood it seems to really help.
Gout problem? From crippled to normal again. Try this before you start taking nasty drugs. Worked like magic for me.
I had bad gout and was recommended CherryActive and since taking it every day i have very little pain left and getting on with my work which includes a lot of walking carrying weights and I am 76 years of age!
Active Edge Customer
Works for hubby's gout in his foot so he is not in pain anymore. Husband was recommended to take this every morning after a severe attack of gout last year. He swears by it now.
Active Edge Customer
I’ve used CherryActive for many years for gout and arthritis. From my experience I can recommend it.
Recommended highly for prevention of the recurrence of gout, this product is easy to take mixed with yoghourt or made into a smoothie it also provides a very delicious alternative to dessert. An added bonus is that it helps with insomnia.
This product is a life saver,keeps my gout away,tastes good too.Worth every penny spent and if you've ever had gout you know what I mean.
Leading Nutritionist, Patrick Holford, advice to prevent gout.