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Gout Diet and Remedies That Work

By:   |   Jul 08, 2018   |   Views: 33   |   Comments: 0

Gout is a chronic condition characterized by excessive levels of uric acid in your blood (hyperuricemia). As you know, this disease can cause excruciating pain. However, there is more than that, when gout left untreated, it can lead to serious complications. Those hardened crystals increasing and forming subcutaneous deposits surrounded by inflammatory cells. As the disease progresses, those builds up attack the joints and cause destruction of cartilage and bone. At this stage, you tend to feel pain in joints and kidneys at each movement; with a complete treatment, the disease will eventually lead to kidney failure. Once the kidney is affected, the pain becomes severe. From time to time, you can feel renal colic (a very excruciating abdominal pain). To prevent those serious problems, it is crucial to treat your gout in early stage. In this article, you will find diet and alternative therapies that can help you eradicate the gout without drugs:

Coffee - In your struggle with gout, you should not ignore the importance of regular use of coffee in your diet. According to a study by a group of researchers of Harvard University, people who drink much coffee have less risk of having gout than non drinkers. The risk of gout is 40% lower among those drinking 4 to 5 cups of coffee per day. However, it does not mean if you have gout you should drink coffee exaggeratedly; that can cause other health problems.

Fruits and vegetables - it is also shown in many medical studies that fruits and leafy green vegetables have preventive properties against the formation of gout and its symptoms. Some foods such as strawberries, cherries, red peppers, kale, cabbage, pineapple, mandarins and tomatoes are excellent foods against symptoms of gout. In addition, tofu and complex carbohydrates have a beneficial effect against gout.  Along with an effective natural remedy, regular consumption of these foods can eradicate the disease without medication.

As you increase in your diet anti gout foods, you also need to eliminate those that rigger its symptoms. The following foods are highly discouraged:

  • Alcoholic beverages;
  • Crustaceans (Crustacea) and certain sea foods, lobster, herring, trout and all fatty fishes;
  • Conserved fish (sardines, mackerel, fish soup, anchovies, tuna, herring)
  • Canned meats, fatty meats, red meats, etc.
  • Mushrooms, brown bread, yeast, fermented milk and cheeses

Recommended foods:

  • Fresh eggs in moderation;
  • Low fat milk and butter;
  • Fruits including dried fruits
  • Leafy green vegetables
  • Cereals and white bread (moderately)
  • Low fat ice cream; honey and jams;
  • Unfermented cheese
  • Rice and pasta
  • Tofu and soy products

Along with this diet, it is strongly recommended that you drink at lot of fluids (water and fresh natural juice) daily to facilitate the elimination of the uric acid. In addition, you need a safe remedy that can help your body maintain healthy levels of uric acid to stop gout-causing urate crystals from forming. Thousands of gout sufferers have chosen our gout remedy and get relief. Now it's your turn to cry victory over gout; visit vitalfoodstore.com, or click on the link in the resource box.

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