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Gout Natural Treatment - 6 Simple Ways to Eliminate Gout Attacks

There are 6 comments on the Buzzle.com story from Sep 15, 2008, titled Gout Natural Treatment - 6 Simple Ways to Eliminate Gout Attacks. In it, Buzzle.com reports that:

Gout is a form of the rheumatic disease that causes severe pain in the joints, tendons, and other tissues.

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sanjay shah


#1 Sep 28, 2008
I am suffering from gout for last 7 years, request you to advice on how to cure gout completely.

Singapore, Singapore

#2 Sep 29, 2008
There is no "cure" for gout. What you can do is to control and manage it. The easiest way is start from your diet. Consume food that are low in purine content.

Brandon A

Bath, UK

#3 Sep 19, 2009
Also make sure to eat foods that are not high in uric acids (the main cause of gout). Your best bet is a change in diet; a specifically designed diet of foods low in uric acid and often low in fat too (you can also lose weight!). If you need any more information you may use this website as a resource: http://bit.ly/cure-gout

Best wishes,

United States

#4 Aug 25, 2013
to prevent gout attack one can use apple ceder veniger.dilute one teaspoon of veniger in one glass water.fish oil also help

Since: Oct 13

Chantilly, VA

#5 Oct 8, 2013
You cannot eliminate but minimized its attack by following these steps:

1.Find out your nutritional type. This will tell you what foods your body needs to thrive, including whether you should be eating more fats and protein, or less.
2.Avoid drinking soda, fruit juice, and other sweet beverages. Instead, drink plenty of pure water, as the fluids will help to remove uric acid from your body. Cutting back on all forms of sugar and grain in your diet is also important.
3.Limit the alcohol you drink (or eliminate it altogether). Alcohol may raise the levels of uric acid in your blood.
4.Exercise. Being overweight increases your risk of gout, and regular exercise will help you to maintain a healthy weight and improve your overall health.
5.Try tart cherries or concentrated tart cherry juice. Tart cherries contain two powerful compounds, anthocyanins and bioflavonoids. Both of these compounds slow down the enzymes Cyclo-oxyygenase-1 and -2, which helps to relieve and prevent arthritis and gout in your body.
6. Reduce the amount of meat in diet.

Since: Oct 13

Latham, NY

#6 Oct 11, 2013
1. Maintain a healthy weight. Gout is more common among people who are overweight. Unfortunately, strict dieting has also been known to produce gout attacks, so it is a good idea to try to arrive at a healthy weight and then maintain it.
2. Drink plenty of water and water-based liquids. Aim to consume between 8 and 16 8 oz.(237 ml) glasses of water a day. This adds up to between 64 and 128 oz.(1.9 to 3.8 l) of fluids each day.
3. Limit your alcohol consumption. Alcohol inhibits the processing of uric acid in your liver. Research has suggested large amounts of beer can be especially bad for gout sufferers, while a limited quantity of wine is less likely to cause harm.
4. Limit your intake of foods rich in purines, which later break down into uric acid during digestion. These foods include red meat, shellfish, tofu, peas, organ meat, anchovies, herring, asparagus and mushrooms.
5. Eat potassium rich foods, such as spinach, avocado, dried peaches, bananas, orange juice, carrots, a baked potato (with skin), lima beans, yams, cantaloupe or dried yams. The mineral potassium is important in gout prevention because it regulates urate levels in the body.

6. Drink a glass of lemon water after dinner. Vitamin C stimulates the production of calcium carbonate, which reduces acids in the body. After dinner, make yourself a lemon drink by squeezing the juice of 1 lemon into an 8 oz.(237 ml) glass of lukewarm water.

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