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Natural treatments that may help gout include coffee, cherries, vitamin C, various lifestyle changes and other alternative therapies, according to Mayo Clinic. There has not been extensive research done on alternative tr... More »

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Natural treatments for gout include applying cold packs to the joint, drinking water, elevating the joint on a pillow, and avoiding beer, drinks sweetened with fructose, and purine-rich foods such as liver, states WebMD.... More »

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Vinegar does not treat gout symptoms, reports Everyday Health. Because vinegar is made up of several weak acids, incorporating it into a daily diet does not have a noticeable effect on the stomach's already highly acidic... More »

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Home remedies for gout include drinking regular and decaf coffee; consuming moderate amounts of vitamin C, either in the form of supplements or from fruits and vegetables; and eating cherries and other dark-colored fruit... More »

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Treatments for gout include lifestyle changes such as limiting consumption of purine-rich foods, including organ meats, and limitations on alcoholic beverages and fructose-sweetened drinks. Medical treatments include dru... More »

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Cherry juice, tart cherries and tart cherry extract are all effective remedies for gout, states Dr. Andrew Weil. Additionally, a Northumbria University study indicated that drinking tart cherry juice twice daily temporar... More »

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Medical research has demonstrated that there may be a relationship between eating cherries and the alleviation of the symptoms of gout. According to WebMD, eating approximately 20 cherries a day may aid in significantly ... More »

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