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Can you not go out because you feet ache? Do your joints seem to grow like gingers? Is moving become very uneasy for you? You may be suffering with gout. Do you always eat legumes or beans and after eating, you can not even stretch your fingers? You may be suffering from gout.



  • Gout is characterized by inflammation of the tissues that could also burst through the skin.
  • That is why people suffering with gout sometimes have sinuses discharging a material white as chalk.
  • Moreover, gout is also known as metabolic arthritis.
  • We did not write too elaborate an article on Uric Acid Metabolism as it would be then difficult for the common man to read it.
  • We have written this article in such a way that everyone will be able to read and understand it! Evil or Very Mad



What is gout? Gout is a disease caused by congenital disorder in uric acid metabolism. Uric acid is a product of waste material found in the urine and blood from the chemical processes of the body. In case of gout, the monosodium urate or more popularly called the uric acid crystals are being deposited on the articular cartilage of joints, tendons and surrounding tissues. The crystal deposits are due to the increase of uric acid concentration in the blood stream. Shocked

Since the kidney is responsible in filtering the blood stream, a malfunction of the kidneys could also lead to gout because of the high levels of uric acid that the system is not able to eradicate.

Men Between the Ages of 40 and 50 are Most Prone in Developing Gout

Protein-rich foods are often the cause of high levels of uric acid. Alcohol intake could also affect the level of uric acid and can cause acute attacks of gout. Moreover, the development of gout could also be a result of hereditary factors. Shocked

Gout menu and Symptoms Gout has visible symptoms. Persons with gout usually suffer with swelling and pain in the joints especially in the hands a nd feet. There is also an The presence of agonizing, sudden, unexpected burning pain, redness of skin in the areas affected, warmness and stiffness of the joints are also felt. Sometimes, patients also become feverish. The crystals inside the joints and the inflammation of the tissues around the joints cause the pain. These tissues also cause the skin to swell, tender and sore. Many patients, due to extreme pain, may not even allow other people to touch the affected areas.


Gout - Causes, Symptoms, Treatment, Foods, Remedies | What is Gout





Diagnosis of Gout People with high levels of uric acid in the blood are could also not develop gout as long as the urate is within the normal range. However, when a person suspects that he or she is already developing gout, the urate test should be administered after the attack has subsided. Through complete blood count, the level of uric acid in the blood is also determined. Other tests include electrolytes, renal function and erythrocyte sedimentation rate. Early diagnosis of gout could prevent the patient to develop severe arthritis.

There is a great deal of debate in the medical world about the effects of overall diet on arthritis and using diet toward alleviating the condition. Doctors have known for a long time that diet affects gout, a specific type of arthritic condition, however the jury remained out for a long time on other common types of arthritis such as rheumatoid and osteoarthritis. However, overall dietary health is important and does come into play. Being overweight can affect certain arthritic conditions, forcing some joints to carry more of a load. This added weight stresses the joints, causing overuse or more wear to components, and pain, especially in the knees. So making sure arthritic sufferers eat god foods and get help from healthcare providers to create and follow a well-balanced dietary plan is advised. To begin, here is a look at some vitamins, minerals, nutrients / foods and some herbal applications to consider. VITAMINS Vitamin B5 - When grouped and tanked together, B vitamins work at their peak. They, and B5 specifically, are good for reducing swelling. Vitamin B3 - This vitamin reduces tissue swelling and dilates small arteries, increasing blood flow. Note that Vitamin B3 is NOT advised for persons with high blood pressure, gout or sliver disorders. Vitamin B6 - Another B that reduces tissue swelling. Vitamin B12 - This vitamin aids in multiple functions. It helps with cell formation, digestion, myelin production, nerve protection. Vitamin C - This vitamin acts as an anti-inflammatory, relieving pain, and rids the body of free radicals. Vitamin E - This is a strong antioxidant that protects joints from free radicals while increases joint flexibility. Vitamin K - This vitamin assists with mineral deposit into the bone matrix. Embarassed

OTHER FACTORS

There are many factors to consider with regards to arthritic diets and nutritional healing, and each factor may not apply to each individual. For example, certain people are allergic to specific foods, and these allergies can indeed worsen arthritic conditions. Ingesting foods that contain sodium nitrate or tartrazine can inflame rheumatoid arthritis, while ingesting foods containing a substance called hydrazine can contribute to systemic lupus erythematosus, an arthritic condition connected to lupus. There is a rare type of arthritis called Behcet's Disease, and eating black walnuts can cause flare-ups in people with this rare condition. So as you see, there is a variety of arthritic conditions and along with them a variety of foods that may trigger them. The best way to approach the situation is to examine each arthritic condition and tailor one's approach based upon the specifics.

MINERALS Boron

This trace mineral aids in bone health. Calcium - This is a much-needed mineral for bone health. Magnesium - Magnesium helps keep calcium in balance within the system. Zinc - This mineral is necessary for bone growth, but is often lacking in arthritic patients. Manganese - Manganese is also necessary for bone growth. However, do not ingest manganese with calcium because they can work against each other. Copper - Copper helps to strengthen connective tissue. Germanium - This antioxidant helps with pain relief. Sulfur - A lack of sulfur can result in deterioration of ligaments, cartilage, collagen and tendons. NUTRIENT COMBOS Chondroitin Sulfate - This lubrication in joints, joint fluid and connective tissue, can be found in the sea cucumber. Gelatin - Help with raw cartilage replenishing with this cheap source. Glucosamine Sulfate - This combo is necessary for tendon, ligament, bone, cartilage, and synovial (joint) fluid formation. Quercetin - This helps with inflammation reduction. Type II Collagen - Use this for growth and repair of joints, articular cartilage and connective tissue.

You have been living with the painful symptoms of gout for a while or this is the first time you have suffered from swelling, stiffness and pain in the joints, you have no doubt come across people telling you about low purine diets for gout.

Is interesting to note that purine is naturally present in the tissues of our body, and it is only when there is an excess of purine, often caused by a diet rich in foods with high purine levels that the uric acid builds up. Reading is a habit that has to be cultivated from a small age. Only if one has the habit of reading can one acquire more knowledge on things like Gout Sufferers. Very Happy.

Eat food that have a moderate to low purine levels, such as most vegetables, fruit, cereals, white breads and avoid foods that are high in purine like meat extracts, shellfish, offal (liver, kidney's, brains, sweetmeats), gravies, dried beans. It would be hopeless trying to get people who are not interested in knowing more about Gout to read articles pertaining to it. Only people interested in Gout will enjoy this article.



  • Gout is relatively common, and can usually be treated successfully, without having to resort to pharmaceutical drugs.
  • Some quick and simple changes to your lifestyle can reduce and even eliminate your gout symptoms. Rolling Eyes



Following a low purine diet has been shown to reduce the level of purine in the body, and this in turn reduces the levels of uric acid being produced. The more readers we get to this writing on Eliminating Excess Uric Acid, the more encouragement we get to produce similar, interesting articles for you to read. So read on and pass it to your friends.



  • So, when starting out on a low purine diet for gout, there are a few things that you should bear in mind. 1.
  • Eat a balanced diet, which should be high in complex carbohydrates, low in protein and fat.
  • Avoid alcohol as much as possible, as alcohol consumption can this can cause gout flare-ups. 4.
  • Drink 2 - 3 liters of water per day, as this will help dilute the uric acid in the body and allow the kidneys to regain control.



Further information about natural gout treatment can be found on our web site. Of course, the adoption of a low purine diet may seem like quite a sacrifice, especially as it can be different to the typical western diet. However, many gout sufferers see the inconvenience of a new diet as a small price to pay to relieve themselves of the pain and discomfort of gout. A lot of imagination is required in writing. People may think that writing on Gout Diet is very easy; on the contrary, knowledge and imagination has to be merged to create an interesting composition.



  • Further danger of excess uric acid is the formation of kidney stones.
  • These can be very painful and can also further reduce the ability of the body to expel waste uric acid.



Gout is a Medical Condition Which Poses a Serious Threat to Your Health

Gout is known to have an impact that will last a very long time. These effects of the gout can also continue between the gout attacks as well. Joint damage is one of the most common effect of the gout. Other gout complications that may have serious long term effect on your body are: nerve damage in the ares of the gout attacks, kidney stones and even problems with the function of your kidney. Shocked

The deposit of uric crystals is one of the complications that you can have when suffering from gout. Dissolve tophi get formed in the joints of your hands and feet. This gout complication usually causes deformities, damage the tissue that surrounds the area of the gout. As a result you might suffer from destruction of your joint, constant pain and more worse, compression of your nerves. This is just one of the many gout effects. It takes about ten years for a gout patient to develop a chronic gout stage. At this stage, the gout has already cause serious damage to your joints. Of course, we are talking about the joints that have been affected by the gout. Furthermore, at this stage, some damage to your kidneys may have also been cause by the gout. More than half of the gout patients that have reached this stage also suffer from tophi, which are crystals of uric acid. Studies show that a number of three gout patient out of four suffer from tophi by the time they have reached the twentieth year of their gout. However, having some joints problems may happen sooner than expected in many gout patients.



  • Diet is thought by many gout patients to be the reason why they developed this medical condition in the first place.
  • Some foods and the use of alcohol is what many blame for a gout and it' s long term complications.
  • However, your gout can only be controlled by lowering the uric acid found in your blood.
  • Moreover, the levels of this acid are the ones to blame for a gout attack in the first place.
  • These levels can also indicate with some doubt, if you might suffer from another gout attack or not.
  • However, the best thing for you is to talk to your doctor about your gout.
  • It might also be wise for you to change some things in your diet, if you and your doctor believe that will change your gout status.



Also referred to as "the disease of kings", the occurrence and development of gout are strongly determined by improper diet. In the past, the disease predominantly affected nobles and royalty, due to their access to an abundance of foods that are known today to have high risks of causing gout. These days, many people are still confronted with gout, as they consume foods that interfere in the normal activity of the body. Mostly people living in developed societies are the ones who tend to be affected by gout. The consumption of some exotic foods like seafood (oysters, caviar, calamari, sushi) or improper diets that contain a lot of meats (pork, poultry, beef) are the factors that seem to facilitate the occurrence and the development of the disease. Statistics indicate that people who live in less-developed countries have a smaller chance of developing gout. Also, research results reveal the preponderance of obese people among those who are suffering from different forms of gout. Idea

Proper gout diet and a healthy lifestyle are the best means of preventing and easing the symptoms of gout. It is a fact that there is no specific cure for gout and the treatment often prescribed for the disease usually acts by controlling pain attacks and inflammation. There is little that medicines can do for the patients who suffer from gout, especially for those who have chronic forms of the disease. Proper gout diet can both ease the symptoms of gout and prevent injury and complications. It is known to be the best way of handling the effects of the disease.



  • Proper gout diet replaces the foods that are considered to cause gout due to their high levels of purine with healthy, better tolerated foods.
  • Foods that are rich in saturated fats should also be avoided.



The foods that are known to have high levels of purine are meats like pork, beef, lamb, poultry, organ meats (brain, kidneys, liver and heart), fish and seafood (sardines, mackerel, oysters, caviar, calamari and crabs) and fat dairy products such as cheese, milk and butter. Even some vegetables like spinach, beans and peas are known to conatin large amounts of purines. However, green vegetables are thought to have no malign effects to the body. Fruits not only have low levels of purines, (and they are strongly recommended in any gout diet) but they also contain vitamins and minerals that are vital in the proper functioning of the body. Vitamin C, contained by most fruits, is a powerful natural anti-oxidant which helps in easing the symptoms of gout.

Gout is a Type of Rheumatoid Arthritis that Causes Pain and Inflammation of the Joints

The joints of the lower body seem to be affected the most. People with gout experience discomfort, swelling, local irritation and redness, itching sensations, pain, sometimes feeling a sensation of cold around the affected areas, the skin in those regions often looking stretched. Gout can also affect skin and soft tissue such as muscles and tendons, making them less flexible. Gout is known to be caused mainly by the presence in excess of crystallized uric acid deposits inside the body, which are difficultly eliminated by the kidneys. Improper diet can lead to more accumulation of uric acid in the body, as some foods that contain high levels of purine are synthesized by the body into uric acid.

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