Eating just half a cupful of cherries can reduce the risk of gout by a third Gout is a form of arthritis caused by uric acid crystallising in the jointsPatients who ate a cup and a half of cherries over two days saw their flare-up risk drop by 35 per cent | UPDATED: 12:40 GMT, 28 September 2012 Gout is more common when you get older and is three-to-four times more likely in men Eating cherries can reduce the risk of gout attacks in people with the disease by more than a third, a study shows.
Have a cherry good night's sleep: The natural remedies that can beat insomnia without the side effects of medicines | UPDATED: 21:07 GMT, 16 June 2012 Britain has become a nation of sleeping-pill-poppers.
Forget a warm cup of cocoa! Drinking cherry juice twice a day will give you 39minutes of extra rest Researchers say the juice could help athletes recover from injury as well as people with insomnia or jet lag Each serving of the tart cherry juice concentrate was estimated to contain the equivalent of 90 100 tart cherries Lavender pillows, warm cups of cocoa and a relaxing going-to-bed routine, are all popular ways to reach the land of nod. Now researchers have found a fruity solution for those who struggle to get to sleep or find themselves waking too early in the morning. An international team found that when healthy adults had two daily glasses of tart cherry juice, they rested an average 39 minutes longer