Back pain diet: The £1.50 breakfast fruit to protect against lower backache

You can simply eat cherries whole, or try drinking cherry juice.

If you decide to opt for cherry juice, you should avoid choosing sugary varieties, he added.

Dr Levine added: “When selecting juice, make sure it is 100 percent cherry juice and not a cocktail juice full of sugar.”

You could also protect against back pain by combining your cherries with nuts, ginger, red grapes, and even edamame.


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