I think it is true that both blueberies and the tart cherries are good for you and I have been taking the tart cherry juice and find it to be of some hielp. I have actually cut down on the asap and the hydrodone. I have yet to loose the weight but then again I am a surgar addict and can't live without my Jelly Belly. But I have cut way way down on those as well. I think that the natural fruitcose that is in the cherry juice curbs that craving. There is a major problem with blueberries for me. I can only take them for so long and then I can not swollow them for a while. It does not trigger a gag reflex but I litterally unable to swallow them. It is the same with pork if I eat too much pork chops and pork sausage it gets to where I can not swallow the pork. Now I am not sure about the gin and grapes but there is truth to what they say about being full of Vim and Vinegar. It seams that if you take a cople of tbsp of vinegar a day it will increase your metabolic rate. The only thing is no one is really sure what the Vim is. Do and take what makes you feel good.
Blueberries & Arthritis
By Livestrong.com — From livestrong.com March 21, 2011 2,970 12 6
Arthritis affects approximately 20 percent of Americans, according to the National Institutes of Health. Though not a miracle food, blueberries have shown to be beneficial to helping those with arthritis. The phytochemicals that give this berry its bluish color provide antioxidants, combating many of the symptoms arthritis patients deal with daily.