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New Gout Remedies- Could the Natural Way be the Best?

(EMAILWIRE.COM, September 05, 2011 ) Singapore, SN -- Gout is a form of arthritis caused by excess uric acid in the bloodstream. There is naturally a small amount of uric acid in the body, but there are certain things that can influence the amount of acid in the body at any one time.
For example, studies show that cigarettes may increase the acidity of the body. Lack of sleep can also lead to higher uric acid levels, as the body can’t heal itself enough to flush out the acid.

For the most part though, researchers are observing that the most significant factor influencing gout is diet. There are a are a number of foods to avoid for gout because they can both cause gout and cause gout to become more painful.

The most notable type of foods to avoid with gout is meat and fish. Some of these foods are more damaging than others, so you do not necessarily have to cut out all of these high-protein foods. A few of the main ones to avoid are goat, lamb, bacon, trout, pork, sardines, and organs.

These foods are very high in purine levels, and purine is a chemical that gets broken down into uric acid in the body. Generally the more purine you take in, the more uric acid will be in the bloodstream.

If you’re concerned about gout, what not to eat also includes food with a lot of sugar, salt, fat, or white flour. A few examples of these types of foods are creamy sauces, cookies, cake, soda, pasta, and bread. The reason these foods should be avoided is because they have acidic affects on the blood stream. As your body becomes more acidic, it is more susceptible to gout and gout flare ups.

One scary thing about gout, symptoms generally don’t appear until the disease has already developed. There are four stages of the disease, and the first is nearly undetectable unless you have a blood test done.
The only symptom for the first stage of gout is higher uric acid levels in the blood. No pain or discomfort is felt, making it hard to find gout at this stage.

The second stage is when crystals begin to form in the joints. This can be extremely painful and usually lasts a few days up to a few weeks.

The third stage is when your body is slightly more used to the crystals, and your white bloods cells are not attacking them as much. Your body is still acidic, and you generally won’t experience much pain.

The fourth stage occurs when the crystals begin to cause sharp pain to the person during a gout attack. Gout attacks are often induced by eating the foods mentioned above.

The good news is, gout can usually be treated. By using gout remedies such as those found at http://www.thegoutremedies.com/, you can usually reverse any negative effects caused by the disease.

Vareck Watts
Vareck Watts
(656) 492-1426
contact@thegoutremedies.com
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