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High Dioxins Exposure Triggers Gout: NCKU Research

There are 1 comment on the Business Wire story from Oct 28, 2013, titled High Dioxins Exposure Triggers Gout: NCKU Research. In it, Business Wire reports that:

Dr. Jung-Wei Chang, an assistant researcher, together with his colleagues from Research Center for Environmental Trace Toxic Substances, NCKU, had conducted a study involving 1531 residents near the abandoned sodium-pentachlorophenol factory from July 2005 through May 2010.

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Charles Weber

Hendersonville, NC

#1 Nov 21, 2013
Potassium deficiency is deeply involved in gout and high uric acid as an accentuating factor because uric acid is less soluble in acidic urine. Potassium bicarbonate supplements will reverse this. In view of the fact that this is not considered by current rheumatologists, it would be very valuable for you to bring it into your future writing. It is not only that potassium is not considered by physicians in regard to gout, many of them do not even believe that a potassium deficiency is likely. This even though many of them prescribe what are actually supplements, but prescribed under euphemistic terms such as salt substitutes, sodium free baking powder, ORT salts (oral rehydration therapy for diarrhea), polarizing solutions, GIK (glucose, insulin, potassium) salts, vegetables, or glucosamine. A deficiency is further defined out of existence by defining the blood serum content normal as 4.2 when the actual figure is 4.8. For gout, though, the chloride is not acceptable. But potassium bicarbonate powder dissolved in fruit juice or half teaspoon sprinkled on cereal will work very well. It may be obtained from businesses which add it to wine. You may see an article on this concept in http://www.webmedcentral.com/article_view/421... . If you supplement potassium, be very certain that vitamin B-1 is adequate, because otherwise heart disease can be triggered (see http://charles_w.tripod.com/ka ndthiamin.html ).
Sincerely, Charles Weber

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