15 Foods a Gout Suferrer Needs to Avoid

15 Foods a Gout Sufferer Needs to Avoid

Imagine waking up every day of your life to this throbbing sensation that strikes without warning! It is like a fierce, angry creature with sharp teeth biting into your swollen toe. Your face contorts with excruciating pain as you hobble your way through the day. You desperately limp through your fridge as you held into…

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8 Foods that could Prevent Gout Flare-Ups

8 Foods that could Prevent Gout Flare-Ups

“You are what you eat”. This idiom that we have heard and read countless times is a perfect reminder of the essence of making better food choices for living a healthier life. Apparently, the food that we serve in our tables could contribute to the quality of life we lead. Researchers have long stressed out…

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Demystifying Gout Myths

Demystifying Gout Myths: Knowing What and What Not to Believe

In times when modern medicine is the generally acceptable mode of treatment, it is quite hard to believe that ancient myths about healing can coexist and still be acceptable. But the truth is, it does exist. And whether we believe it or not, there are some who prefer those types of healing rather than the…

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Is Gout Really Hereditary

Breaking the Confusion – Is Gout Really Hereditary? (And What To Do If It’s In The Family?)

Gout patients or not, doctors, and curious minds alike has been continually bombarded with the issue of whether or not gout is hereditary. While we’ve been talking a lot about balanced diet and exercise as remedy and prevention for gout attacks, there is this ongoing issue as to the effectiveness of these things. It all…

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5 Delectable Foods that are Screwing Up Your Gout Diet

5 Delectable Foods that are Screwing Up Your Gout Diet

The moment gout attacks, your initial question might probably sound like: “What did I eat?” We always blame it on the food. It has to be the food. Otherwise, you wouldn’t be having that sudden, hellish gout experience. While gout is linked to several factors like alcohol and drugs, it is right to say that…

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Beware! Disease of Kings Gone wrong, Now Attacks Anyone!

“Being jabbed by a million tiny, white-hot needles…” this is how gout patients usually describe the feeling for every gout attacks. Gout is not termed as disease of kings for nothing. It got the name for its popular emergence during the ancient times, affecting kings, saints, aristocrats and members of the select elite. Gregory the…

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Nurse Henderson’s Cant-Fail Gout Diet Do’s And Dont’s

Every process has its own set of guidelines. There are always those set of things you need to do and those which you strictly have to avoid. Unless you don’t want to see real progress, you will keep on breaking these rules. Others may find it fascinating to break rules from time to time because…

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Gout Alert! Fructose Corn Syrup Detected

You might think it’s too much to call fructose corn syrup as an enemy, but let’s face it. You’ve heard of what it does and how it triggers gout, and if you’ve been through that painful experience, you’ll know for sure that whatever caused is not a friend. Fructose corn syrup is absolutely a problem…

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Want to Prevent Gout? Get enough sleep!

Gout is more than just a dilemma. It’s a monstrosity that steals a lot of its victims’ leisure time to favour agonizing moments of pain and worry. It attacks when you least expect it and when it does, it makes sure you remember the pain. But of course this is just me saying how gout…

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5 Things to Remember While on Gout Diet

5 Things to Remember While on Gout Diet (plus food recommendations and tips!)

Gout may not be a leading disease in U.S. but the pain it inflicts on its patients once it strikes is excruciating that they would rather stay immobile on bed than risk moving the affected joint. How can gout be triggered or aggravated? Gout can be triggered by any of the following: High levels of…

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