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Joyce
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If it were possible to justify the use of cherry juice by blood tests ,I would be the first to use it, as I have to take too many pills already,


Does anyone know any links to scientific studies please?

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I always love it when the person with the problem is too lazy to investigate things for themselves:

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/en.....;itool=pubmed_docsum


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I presume this is due to the Anthocynin(s) in the fruit?
Or becuse of the Blood statement itself, might it be more from the non-sugar Anthocyanidin(s).

If this line of thinking is on the right track - Chokeberries or Bilberries may be even better than Cherries...but I'm not really one to knock anyones fruit...


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Dr. D- I am shocked that you can be so insulting to someone asking a question here, as to call them lazy.  You assume, she did not look herself for the answer.  If she didn't look, this forum is to find out the answers.  Or is this a lie people tell people when they start coming here.  Any chance you went off your BTD to come up with a response like that? ?
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I did a google search on cherry juice and gout and got 170,000 responses!  


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who needs a scientific study when you have 170,000 google responses.

I agree with Dr D


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My understanding of Peter's response is, the adjective does not address Joyce, but the "quote". Someone says "I would if it were justified" kind of thing without going the extra mile to actually check whether it had been justified..

So far I know Peter's style, his comment addresses the quote.

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It was just too much of a hot potato to touch - its easy to see both sides of the issue really.

Sometimes a bajillion google results just doesn't answer the 'specific' question anyways.

Sometimes you just need a quick answer - other times its too frustrating to answer if Dairy is OK, or if Hemp is alright for B for the millionth time...


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I'm not referring to Joyce, but rather the person with the gout. I'm assuming that Joyce offered the suggestion, but the person in question refused to do the work.


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I'm not referring to Joyce,


Well I'm glad about that as I was overwhelmed with the hits I got on google and needed something more orthodox!  I even tried pubmed with variations of cherry/cherries/uric with no luck.... so thanks very much for the link Dr D.

Now the chap who asked me is going to have a laugh as he's an elderly retired farmer with various health issues who probably isn't 'into' searching on the web and this link refers to healthy young women.

However I can now pass on the good news.

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Well I'm glad about that as I was overwhelmed with the hits I got on google and needed something more orthodox!  
Joyce



I used the title of this thread as search criteria and got a couple useful links on page one. Not as good as the PubMed, still useful. Here's one of them: Science Daily

Learning how to search can be rewarding, admittedly this subject is a bit more difficult with all the commercial coprolites.
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Thankyou everyone!

I'm obviously not very proficient at searching as even though I knew there was something on this website it took Lola to find it!

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I knew there was something on this website it took Lola to find it!


Maybe Lola could share w/ us how she finds things???????????  



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using the general search tool on the home page.........and reading through the threads listed.....
no magic........it s all there, you just need to find it.


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Lola, it seems like magic to me, because you are seemingly always referencing a post that you found by searching, and whenever I search for something it's hit or miss if I find what I am looking for. I know this isn't the case *lol* but it seems like you are doing nothing but searching!


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I am convinced there is either a glitch in the website or it's the OS one uses. Sometimes I can find something I'm searching for and most of the time not. Most of the time I'm searching from home (Windows XP). The computer here at work has Windows 2000. ?????????????

I'm going to do an experiment. I just did a search for "diabetes" and got 3 whole pages of responses. I'm going to do the same thing when I get home. Will post results.




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