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Gout Prevention - A 30 Day Gout Diet & Prevention Protocol Guide Book - Gout Recipes - Lifestyle Changes - Healthy Habits to Help Reduce Inflammat

ISBN: 9781540345660
Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform
Publication Date: 2016-11-11
Number of pages: 106
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This guide book is printed both in paperback, & eBook formats for your convenience.

Gout Prevention - A 30 day gout diet, and prevention protocol guide book.

This easy to follow guide, can help aid you, and your Doctors, in relieving gout, arthritis, and overall inflammation in the body.

Take a look at what is inside of this guide...

WHAT IS GOUT---
SYMPTOMS OF GOUT---
CAUSES OF GOUT---
PREVENTION PROTOCOL---
STEP1: DIET---
STEP2: LIFESTYLE AND HABITS---
STEP3: NATURAL SUPPLEMENTS FOR GOUT---
STEP4: FOODS---
STEP5: PHYSICAL ACTIVITIES TO REDUCE GOUT---
STEP6: RECIPES---
Breakfast Recipes---
Lunch Recipes---
Dinner Recipes---
STEP7: FRIENDLY AND MOTIVATION---
SIDE EFFECTS OF CERTAIN GOUT MEDICATIONS---
Who is at Risk of Suffering Gout Medication Side Effects?---
What to Tell Your Doctor---
BENEFITS OF THIS 30-DAY PROTOCOL TO ELIMINATE GOUT---
This book contains more than information on relieving gout. It also contains easy to prepare,healthy recipes, for inflammation relief, through diet. Plus much more tips on living a healthy lifestyle.

Order your copy today, & educate yourself, and help educate others on the subject of Gout. You do not have to suffer with it forever. Through your qualified Doctor's help, and your own changes in lifestyle, this can be relieved.

Gout is a type of joint disease that is linked to the buildup of uric acid crystals in the fluids and tissues inside the body. It can be caused by the kidneys not being able to excrete uric acid from the body or an overproduction of uric acid in the body. It is related to a poor diet, alcohol consumption, and the taking of certain medications, yet there are hereditary forms of the disease as well. There are about 3 million Americans who currently live with gout or gouty arthritis. When a person suffers from acute gout, it may have a particular joint that becomes hot, swollen and red. The joint pain Is usually unilateral, meaning it doesn’t affect the same joint on both sides of the body. Most people with acute gout suffer from excruciating pain in the affected joint that can be easily managed by taking some NSAID drugs (nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drug) such as ibuprofen (marketed as Motrin or Advil) or naproxen sodium (sold as Naprosyn or Aleve). Changes in diet and preventative medications can prevent an acute flare-up of gout, but when a flare-up occurs, medications are necessary. If acute gout is left untreated and the individual has repetitive instances of gout, this can cause a degenerative type of gout in the joints, which is also referred to as chronic gout or gouty arthritis. The goal of treatment in those who have gouty arthritis is to treat the pain of flare-ups and to keep the uric acid levels down as much as possible.

SYMPTOMS OF GOUT
The presence of elevated uric acid levels doesn’t mean you have gout, and there are few symptoms. When gout has advanced to become symptomatic, the first symptom is usually the development of exquisite pain and swelling of the metatarsophalangeal joint of the great toe. It can come out of the blue or can follow an acute injury or illness, such as a viral or bacterial infection. While gouty arthritis usually affects the metatarsophalangeal joint of the great toe, it can also present itself as pain and inflammation of the knee joint or an ankle joint. Attacks of gouty arthritis can affect the same joint the second time around or can skip to another joint in the body. If left untreated, the acute attack of gouty arthritis turns into a chronic case of gouty arthritis, which is harder to treat. Usually, only one joint is affected at any given time unless the disease is untreated and is really out of control. The time of onset to the date of resolution of symptoms is about 7 to 10 days.

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