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Gout Arthritis: Cherries: the Supercharged Fruit
09-24-2016, 09:40 AM
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Heart Gout Arthritis: Cherries: the Supercharged Fruit
Gout Arthritis - Cherries - the Supercharged Fruit
The little red fruit that has been enjoyed by countless millions offers more than great taste. Are cherries truly fruit for a healthy you? Recent studies have revealed that cherries offer an assortment of health benefits including the ability to offer natural relief from joint pain caused from gout, arthritis and joint inflammation.

Linda L. Patterson is a living testimony of the soothing affects of cherries on her joint pain. 'I enjoy crocheting and lately my hands have been so painful, I couldn't crochet for more than about 30 minutes.', says Patterson. In an attempt to find relief from her pain, she located Fruit Advantage Tart Cherry capsules, what you need to appreciate on the home remedy for gout red tart cherries. 'Within the first week of taking the tart cherry capsules my hands felt so much better.', says Ms. Patterson. 'I am now able to crochet without the pain in my hands.'

Addition to the health benefits offered by cherries, many people are just eating the fruit for the taste. John Simms, a life-long resident of Indianapolis, Indiana, eats cherries for the convenience and taste. 'As a short-haul truck driver, my diet isn't the best, I would eat fast food every day. A year ago, my wife bought some dried cherries and I began eating them to keep my weight down. Now I eat a handful of cherries instead of eating fast food.'

Not Only are Cherries a Great Way to Maintain a Healthy Body They are a Natural Product
According to Andrew LaPointe, Director of Marketing for Traverse Bay Farms, http://www.traversebayfarms.com 'many of our customers are looking to eat healthier and fruit products fit this trend. It's certainly better than fast food.' Traverse Bay Farms sells Fruit Advantage Tart Cherry capsules and cherry juice concentrate. To err is human, to forgive is divine. So we would indeed deem you to be divine if you forgive us for any misunderstandings that may arise in this article on Gout.

So what makes the tasty red fruit so beneficial? The wonder of the cherry is the anthocyanins. According to research from Michigan State University tart cherries contain anthocyanins and bioflavonoids, which inhibit the enzymes Cyclooxygenase-1 and -2, and prevent inflammation in the body. These compounds have similar activity as aspirin, naproxen and ibuprofen. Further investigations revealed that daily consumption of tart cherries has the potential to reduce the pain associated with joint inflammation. Many consumers are choosing to drink cherry juice, eat cherries or consume tart cherry pills to starve off the pain of gout, arthritis and joint inflammation. We have used a mixture of seriousness and jokes in this composition on Gout. This is to liven the mood when reading about Gout.
  • Uricinex claims to reduce, and sometimes completely eliminate pain and swelling caused by gout.
  • It does this thanks to a proprietary blend that reduces the level of Uric Acid.
  • Micronutra, the makers of Uricinex, claims that this is all achieved naturally, without the side effects of prescription drugs.
  • In addition, Urinex touts a high level of success, shown in an independent clinical study.

So How Does Uricinex Stack Up Against Its Own Claims?
According to numerous testimonials, Uricinex does provide relief, sometimes within 72 hours. This pain relief appears to be caused by liquefying the crystallized uric acid that has formed in the joints. This is the cause of pain for gout sufferers. This liquid uric acid can then be expelled through urination. So on this count, Uricinex does appear to be very legitimate.

Micronutria Uses a 30-Day Independent Clinical Study as Support for Its Effectiveness
The study claims that people who took two pills, three times a day reported positive results 97.7 % of the time. 94.2% reported that their pain was completely done. While these are impressive numbers, it is important to note that only 36 people took part in this study. This is by no means an exhaustive research into the benefits and possible side effects of Uricinex. More should be done to validate the claims made about this product.
  • This quick review has outlined a few of the key points to look for when considering Uricinex as a supplement for gout pain relief.
  • Most of its claims appear to be legitimate and the product seems to do exactly what it claims.
  • More research should be done to backup the claims, but in general, I recommend Uricinex.
  • To err is human, to forgive is divine.
  • So we would indeed deem you to be divine if you forgive us for any misunderstandings that may arise in this article on Gout.
  • Sufferers from gout, a debilitating and painful condition, often take several prescription medicines to combat this disease.
  • These medications often leave patients with side effects that include impaired liver functions.
  • Many of those afflicted by gout turn to natural supplements to replace/enhance their prescription treatments.
  • Uricinex is one of the most popular of these natural supplements.
  • We have used a mixture of seriousness and jokes in this composition on Gout.
  • This is to liven the mood when reading about Gout.

Uricinex Boasts an All-Natural Composition With No Side Effects
From a partial list of ingredients on the company's website, the main ingredients are derived from Yucca (a plant), Artichokes, Turmeric (a member of the ginger family), and Sylmarin (Milk Thistle). These ingredients are indeed natural. However the complete list of ingredients is not available for review. As for the side effects, research into similar products shows that a very small percentage of users (one half of 1%) have manor upset stomach symptoms. They are told to take the supplements with a meal to alleviate this problem. Again, this has not been reported for Uricinex, but for similar products on the market. The number of affected people is so small and not directly attributed to Uricinex use that we can believe the claim. Interesting is what we had aimed to make this article on Gout Sufferers. It is up to you to decide if we have succeeded in our mission!
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