Is Gout slowing you down:

Is Gout slowing you down

I have Gout. It came on three of four years ago and while I have spoken to the doctor about it, he seems VERY reluctant to offer any medication as it costs the NHS money and - quite clearly - he didn't want the expense so made an excuse NOT to give me meds even though I complained. Here we are years later and I have put up with the pain and the discomfort as I am not wasting more time with a useless doctor who only sees things is costs and not people.


So I checked it out on the internet and it is NOT all because of too much red meat and red wine at all, as I find spinach makes mine flare up and onions... so i try and keep off these but there are many other items that can lead to and cause Gout listed below, and here is a new natural remedy I bought off the internet that claims to be good for it, and it does seem to be helping.


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Diet details

The general principles of a gout diet follow typical healthy-diet recommendations:

  • Weight loss. Being overweight increases the risk of developing gout, and losing weight lowers the risk of gout. Research suggests that reducing the number of calories and losing weight — even without a purine-restricted diet — lower uric acid levels and reduce the number of gout attacks. Losing weight also lessens the overall stress on joints.

  • Complex carbs. Eat more fruits, vegetables and whole grains, which provide complex carbohydrates. Avoid foods and beverages with high-fructose corn syrup, and limit consumption of naturally sweet fruit juices.

  • Water. Stay well-hydrated by drinking water.

  • Fats. Cut back on saturated fats from red meat, fatty poultry and high-fat dairy products.

  • Proteins. Focus on lean meat and poultry, low-fat dairy and lentils as sources of protein.


Recommendations for specific foods or supplements include:

Organ and glandular meats. Avoid meats such as liver, kidney and sweetbreads, which have high purine levels and contribute to high blood levels of uric acid.

  • Red meat. Limit serving sizes of beef, lamb and pork.

  • Seafood. Some types of seafood — such as anchovies, shellfish, sardines and tuna — are higher in purines than are other types. But the overall health benefits of eating fish may outweigh the risks for people with gout. Moderate portions of fish can be part of a gout diet.

I LOVE MARMITE SO MAYBE IT'S TIME AFTER 66 YEARS OF EATING THE STUFF, TO GIVE IT UP.


AAAHHH !!!

  • High-purine vegetables. Studies have shown that vegetables high in purines, such as asparagus and spinach, don't increase the risk of gout or recurring gout attacks.

  • Alcohol. Beer and distilled liquors are associated with an increased risk of gout and recurring attacks. Moderate consumption of wine doesn't appear to increase the risk of gout attacks. Avoid alcohol during gout attacks, and limit alcohol, especially beer, between attacks.

  • Sugary foods and beverages. Limit or avoid sugar-sweetened foods such as sweetened cereals, bakery goods and candies. Limit consumption of naturally sweet fruit juices.

  • Vitamin C. Vitamin C may help lower uric acid levels. Talk to your doctor about whether a 500-milligram vitamin C supplement fits into your diet and medication plan.

  • Coffee. Some research suggests that drinking coffee in moderation, especially regular caffeinated coffee, may be associated with a reduced risk of gout. Drinking coffee may not be appropriate if you have other medical conditions. Talk to your doctor about how much coffee is right for you.

  • Cherries. There is some evidence that eating cherries is associated with a reduced risk of gout attacks.

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