Today we know that this disease is caused by excessive accumulation of uric acid in the blood, which is deposited as crystals, in some joints (mainly the big toe, ankle, knee, wrist and elbow) and tissues.
It is estimated that gout affects 3 of every 1,000 people, being more common in men between 25 and 45.
Gout can be caused by:
• Genetic factors • Excessive consumption of animal protein (red meat), crustaceans and shellfish • Alcohol • States of stress and tiredness • Penicillin or insulin. • Diseases such as psoriasis, hypothyroidism and neuropathy
It is important to note that not only the excessive consumption of red meat causes an increase in uric acid and therefore the onset of gout but also an inadequate elimination of uric acid by the kidney.
Among the most common symptoms are:
• Severe pain in the affected part which acquires a bright red • Feeling hot • Fever • Decay
There are situations and products that occur spontaneously increased uric acid without having a problem with the metabolism of purines and therefore should be targeted and be removed before treatment with or without drugs to lower uric acid. Among these factors are:
• Stress in general can raise uric acid levels. • The use of iodinated radiological contrast. • Certain items of diet caffeine, alcohol. • Drugs that can increase uric acid such as thiazide diuretics (chlorthalidone, hydrochlorothiazide, indapamide xipamide), low dose aspirin, and theophylline. • Diseases which destroy tissue, such as cancer and other generals.
Foods to avoid on the diet:
• The organ meats, brains, kidneys, liver, tongue. • Red meats and game. • Among the fish anchovies, sardines and herring, trout and salmon. • Seafood. • Pork products. • Among the plants to avoid: celery, watercress, asparagus, cauliflower, spinach, mushrooms, peas, white beans, lettuce, lentils, parsley, radish.
The natural way
Much can be done to support healthy joints and cartilage in the body. Try to avoid foods with high uric acid such as sweetbreads, anchovies, sardines, liver, beef, kidney, meat extracts, herring, mackerel, scallops, game meats and sauce. Drink 8 glasses of water a day to help flush your system and systemic detoxification practice every few months. Alcohol should also be avoided to keep uric acid levels within a healthy range.
Natural remedies can also help support the bones and cartilage and defuse the internal membranes - helping to support pain-free joints. In fact, natural remedies have been used in traditional medicine for thousands of years to support the healthy functioning of joints and ligaments and tendons.
Consider a safe natural remedy containing 100% homeopathic ingredients to temporarily relieve symptoms of gout, including swelling, inflammation and burning pain in small joints, especially the big toe.
This remedy helps to support healthy and keeps healthy uric acid levels without harmful side effects.
Contains a selection of homeopathic ingredients known to treat the discomfort associated with gout.
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