Cherry Good Juice Drink £1.00 at Tesco Online and In-Store
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Cherry Good Juice Drink £1.00 at Tesco Online and In-Store

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Found 7th Jun 2015
Cherry Good juice drink is reduced to £1.00 from £1.50 at Tesco online and in-store.

I bought some from my local store and then found that it is also available online for the same price when I was looking for an image to use on HUKD.

I first drank some to try to relieve gout pain. I can't comment on the efficacy of that all I can say is it is really tasty.

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nice thanks.

RE: Gout pain. This stuff is unlikely to help, the Mail on Sunday cited a study on a small sample of patients:

http://www.nhs.uk/news/2014/09September/Pages/Cherry-juice-touted-as-treatment-for-gout.aspx

Would explain your reluctance to recommend as such. In any case, nice price for some tasty fruit juice.
Edited by: "tsimehC" 7th Jun 2015

For gout you need montmorency cherry juice concentrate or tart cherry concentrate.
This stuff is 65 percent apple juice!!! And only 1 percent montmorency.
To buy the stuff for gout you need to go to Holland and Barratts or similar and it will cost around £15 for 500ml

Original Poster

Well that's just, like, your opinion man.

Cheap sugary crap, down from one and a half nuggets to one. Roll up roll up

Look for something with 100% cherries in it for starters !!

Original Poster

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peterdarlison

For gout you need montmorency cherry juice concentrate or tart cherry … For gout you need montmorency cherry juice concentrate or tart cherry concentrate.This stuff is 65 percent apple juice!!! And only 1 percent montmorency.To buy the stuff for gout you need to go to Holland and Barratts or similar and it will cost around £15 for 500ml



Ingredients:
Water
Cherry juice from concentrate (25%) (sour (20%), montmorency (5%))
Sugar
Acid (Malic acid)
Fruit and vegetable concentrates (carrot and cherry)
Vitamin C
Flavouring

Original Poster

So that's 0% apple juice.

Tried Cherry juice at £15 a pop (the good stuff) years ago to relieve my Gout and it had the same effect as all the other ways I tried to stop Gout (cut out meat, diet , exercise etc) that is None Whatsoever............oO

In the end I was in so much pain one night I had to call the doc out, turned out to be my old childhood doctor, I explained all the ways I was trying to relieve the nearly daily attacks, and he looked me in the eye and said "My boy its genetics take the effing pills"............. so I did

Ten years later I am still Gout free..................:)

Original Poster

Sounds right to me mate. I was only properly diagnosed with it nine months ago after various x-rays and dodgy diagnosis. I've been struggling through the initial trial dose of allopurinol and have only had some relief for the last two months since the dose was increased to 200mg. Still get the occasional twinge of a cramp-like feeing in my foot, threatening to make my life awful for a week but thankfully it doesn't develop into a full attack any more.
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