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Natural Gout Remedies: Black Beans & Other Legumes
Introducing Black Bean Broth – A Natural Gout Remedy Here is a natural remedy for gout that is quick and easy to make. Because black beans are rich in anthocyanins. Also, these natural anti-inflammatory substances are found in cherries, and many other dark berries. As well as several other legumes. Black bean broth has become a common gout pain cure for many GoutPal readers. Since Metamorph kindly introduced it on the gout forum. So I present this simple recipe for a natural gout remedy.
Cure Gout With More Disease
Hot on the heels of yesterday’s article about fixing gout by stopping medications for other diseases, I present a completely different aspect of other diseases. Our doctors speak of co-morbidities when gouty arthritis is accompanied by other diseases. Statistically, it is common for gout sufferers to have higher than average high blood pressure, heart disease, and other conditions. Now, I’m not suggesting that falling prey to additional diseases is good for gout. But just as we saw yesterday that some medicines can cause gout, we now know that some medicines […]
Hyperuricemia – Excess Uric Acid
Hyperuricemia means elevated uric acid. Everyone knows that excess uric acid causes gout. But is it that simple?No, there are many issues. Where does uric acid come from? You can’t buy it. Your body produces it by breaking down proteins. If you have too much, you’ve got hyperuricemia. I’ve covered 4 main reasons for excess uric acid below. How much is too much? No fixed level is right or wrong. 3-7 mg/dl is average. Some people have higher levels and no gout. If you have gout, you need to keep […]
Which First: Chicken Or Gout? No – Uric Acid!
Prompted by an incredibly high number of visitors looking for links between chicken and gout, I’m reminded of that age-old conundrum: which came first, the chicken or the egg? I’ll rephrase that to ‘which first, the chicken or the gout?’ I’m wondering if I’m besieged by ardent chicken-eaters who think they have caught gout from chicken. Or is it gout sufferers who think they’ll get a better deal switching to chicken from a different meat? I am puzzled why so many people are searching for chicken information, and also wondering […]