Whether this is your first gout attack, or you suffer from recurring gout, I'll tell you a number of ways to 'cure' gout. Ready!
Natural Gout RemediesDrink more water
It's much harder for uric acid crystals to form in a well-hydrated body. So drink two to three liters of water per day. This will also help to flush excess uric acid out of your body.
Studies show that cherries have natural anti-inflammatory properties that can reduce the inflammation and pain of an attack. Further studies show that they can also lower uric acid.
Research shows that being overweight puts you at a much higher risk of gout. So get to your ideal weight through daily exercise and a well-balanced, healthy diet.
There are two things to consider here...
The first are purines: These are compounds in our bodies that breakdown to form uric acid. But they also exist in foods, so the more high-purine foods you eat the greater the risk of high uric acid levels, and therefore gout.
Animal protein is particularly high in purines. So avoid red meat, game, organ meat, shellfish, and so on. Eat more low-fat dairy produce, essential fatty acids, high vitamin C foods, green leafy veggies, and complex carbohydrates.
The second issue is sugar: A 2010 study linked fructose with a higher risk of gout. So avoid soft drinks and juices, which invariably contain fructose / high fructose corn syrup as a sweetening agent.
Abstain from Alcohol Mainly Beer
Alcohol is one of the most aggressive triggers for gout, especially beer. So, by avoiding alcohol or reducing your consumption to no more than one or two units of alcohol per day, you can lower your risk of gout considerably.
Of course, this article can only give you a 'snap-shot' of what you need to know and do to get rid of your gout and prevent future attacks. To be truly successful you need more information...
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