Vegetable Garden is healthy for your gout

Gout and Vegetable Garden

The gout health benefits of a vegetable garden Since we suffer from gout, a good hobby for the summertime that can keep us physically active and insure that we eat healthy so that we keep those uric acid levels low is to start a vegetable garden in your backyard at home. Vegetable garden you say?…

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Weather and gout

Gout and Weather

Do you get a gout flare when the weather changes? The climate plays a big role for us gout sufferers especially when it’s hot and humid which can lead to dehydration and triggering a gout attack. When your body is depleted of fluids through perspiration, you can suffer recurrent gout attacks so it is imperative…

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Gout and Chamomile

Gout and Chamomile

Chamomile for your gout Chamomile is an herb that has been used for many centuries. Chamomile is Greek for ground apple. There are two types of chamomile: German chamomile (Matricaria retutica) and Roman (or English) chamomile (Chamaemelum nobile). Although chamomile is widely used as a tea to promote calm, aid digestion and help with insomnia,…

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Ibuprofen for gout

Gout and Ibuprofen

How ibuprofen can relieve your pain during a gout attack Ibuprofen was first invented and patented as a drug in 1961 by Andrew RM Dunlop and used as a treatment for rheumatoid arthritis first in the UK in 1969 and then in the United States in 1974. It first started as a prescription drug but…

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