What to Do for Gout

Put That Hatchet Down!

What to do for gout? I figured I better put this page up fast since you’re probably holding your foot trying to type one-handed.

When it comes right down to it, knowing what to do for gout really is no secret. You can Kill Your Gout NOW!

One thing I believe in and talk about is gout and alkaline water and how you’ve got to raise your body pH.

If you’ve got too much uric acid, you’re too acidic. Think BIG PICTURE. We’re not just talking uric acid . . . we’re talking about a zillion other kinds of metabolic acids that could (and probably have) accumulated inside.

Alkalize or Die

We have to move your body pH from an overall acidic state to a more overall alkaline state. There is a PLETHORA of info on the internet about how to ALKALIZE your body tissues . . . go do some homework on that topic!

The sooner you learn how to alkalize the better, because when your system is completely full of acidity, you can’t flush out the uric acid crystals.

Some people say about what to do for gout, is that you should “pray” first . . . and I have to say, this is probably a good idea. Back when I was having gout attacks, I did pray a lot . . . but it was usually for someone to shoot me and put me out of my misery.

Nevertheless, what I’ve found out since then is that prayer, meditation, deep breathing, staying calm and not getting all stressed-out does help hold down the acidic build-up in your body.

Our own metabolism can create some pretty powerful chemicals like adrenaline, cortisol and others that are major contributors to having high levels of acidity in the body.

So . . . on your knees Brother . . . if you can stand the pain.

Here’s What To Do For Gout . . .

Here are a few other common recommendations for what to do for gout if you’re in the throws of an attack, but if you read-between-the-lines, they’re all saying the same thing: move your pH level up out of the acidic range to the more alkaline side of things.

  • Apple Cider Vinegar
  • Black Cherry Juice
  • Baking Soda
  • Water
  • Dandelion Tea will help reduce uric acid.
  • Soak with Epsom Salts is another well-known trick.
  • A paste of dried peppermint leaves applied to the site can help pull down the inflammation.

Beyond that, minimize the protein intake, avoid wheat (bread, pasta), and eat as much raw fruits and vegetables as you can: apples, oranges, watermelon, cantaloupe, broccoli, salads, cherries, grapes . . . anything that’s juicy and still has the water in it.

Once you’ve had one gout attack . . . sooner or later, your going to have another one.

Remember!
Prevention . . . is what to do for gout.

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