Gout is an arthritis type that appears as a result of uric acid accumulation that creates crystals in the joints. These crystals later form synovial fluid that can cause intense pain and inflammation.

Gout mostly appears in men and in women after menopause. When gout attack appears in a person, he or she experiences a severe pain, swelling and redness in the area of the big toe.

Gout might be caused by a high carbs diet, hydrogenated fats, conventional meat and alcohol. However, stress, insulin resistance, high blood pressure, an acidic system, obesity and kidney disease can also contribute to it.

Usually, gout is treated with medications such as anti-inflammatory drugs that can cause severe health risks. Purines are substances that appear in the body in a natural way and are converted into uric acid.

They are needed for the replications of the DNA. However, a person who is suffering from gout has to limit the purine-rich foot intake, such as beans, salmon, red meat, organ meat, oily fish, herring, lentils, peas, sardines, since they increase the risk of gout.

Fructose – The body has to transform fructose into glucose so to produce energy. But, the by-product of this process is uric acid.

The high concentration of uric acid in the body stimulates the nitric oxide production that preserves the low blood pressure. The excess fructose intake is converted into LDL, that is later stored as the fat in the body.

In a study including 5,000 teenagers, which was published in the Journal of Paediatrics, it was proven that the more fizzy and juice drinks they are, the higher blood pressure and uric acid levels they contained.

In addition, another study proved that women who consumed at least 1 sugary drink on a daily basis had higher risk for gout by an incredible 74 percent than those who drank 1 sugary drink a month.

Alcohol – The alcohol consumption increases the risk of gout. In a 2004 study which was published in Lancet, it was found out that beer has the highest risk.

If you want to prevent this condition in a natural way, follow the below-listed tips:

Avoid foods rich in protein such as beans, mussels, chicken, lentils, crabs, shellfish, oily fish, porridge, scallops.

Avoid beer and cheese intake.

Drink at least 2 liters of water per day to minimize the risk.

Eat fruits and veggies every day, especially brown rice, sweet potatoes, amaranth, celery.

Increase the purines intake since they boost the metabolism of uric acid.

Pineapples and cherries remove the uric acid from the body.

Turmeric and ginger both contain powerful anti-inflammatory features that relieve gout and fight off inflammation. Just chop 1 ginger and boil it in water for 20 minutes. After that, drink the ginger tea throughout the whole day.

Mix a banana, pear, apple, cherries and pineapple in a blender. Add a tablespoon of chlorella, 1 ginger root and almond milk. Drink it each morning to alkalize your body and prevent gout.

Apple cider vinegar is one of the most beneficial natural remedies that alkalizes the body and treat the acute gout pain.

Drink 2 tablespoons of organic apple cider vinegar in a glass of water, several times during the day and you will experience great relief.

You can also soak your feet in a bucket containing 1 cup of apple cider vinegar and 4 cups of hot water for about 30 minutes.

Baking soda alkalizes the body, too which makes it another amazing tool for treatment of gout. In a glass of water, add 1 tbsp. of baking soda and drink it several times in a day.


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