Gout and Erectile Dysfunction

Gout and Erectile Dysfunction

Learn How Gout Causes Erectile Dysfunction Gout, as a condition is already a painful experience to live, and when compounded with erectile dysfunction, it can make life a living hell for gout patients. Several studies have been conducted, and there is still a good number underway, that clearly show a correlation between gout and erectile…

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How to stop gout flares

4 Tips for Overcoming A Gout Flare-Up

Overcoming A Gout Flare-Up If you were to ask anyone who suffers from gout, they would tell you the worst pain to experience is a gout flare-up. My dad suffers from gout. I can remember when I was in high school and he was initially diagnosed. He went to bed one morning feeling fine. He…

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Fat and Gout

Gout and Fat

Does Fat Affect Gout? In this post we will learn about how fat relates to gout. Fat is important to our health because it supports many of the body’s functions. Fat provides energy and is a carrier of essential nutrients such as vitamins A, D, E, K, and carotenoids. Problem with fat is it’s high…

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Painful Gout attack image

Gout in Pictures

Pictures of Gout In this post I decided to add some pictures to show you what gout looks like. Pictures paint a thousand words, so this should help you to see what gout is all about, especially if you have been newly diagnosed with gout or think you may have it. Some even portray gout…

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Gout in the Elbow

Gout and Elbows

How Gout Can Affect Your Elbow and Arm Gout in the elbow is not that common but for gout sufferers since for most it begins and remains concentrated in the big toe or feet area when suffering an inflammatory attack. For some, as the disease progresses over the years, it can move up the body…

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Gout and Fasting

Gout and Fasting

Can Fasting Cause Gout? A popular diet fad that has been around for a few years is the fasting diet where you basically don’t eat anything in order to detox your body or people do it for religious reasons like Muslims during Ramadan. Believe it or not there is a small study that studied the…

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Gout during Pregnancy

Gout and Pregnancy

Can being pregnant cause a woman gout? Pregnancy is a stage in a woman’s life where she experiences many changes with her body and causes many pregnancy symptoms like mood swings, water retention, allergic reactions, nausea and breast tenderness. Did you know that pregnant women can also develop gout during pregnancy? Gout during pregnancy is…

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Gout and Food Addiction

Gout and Food Addiction

Are you addicted to foods that are harmful? Food addiction is very powerful and food addiction is what caused your gout in the first place. Despite your best intentions, you probably find yourself eating large amounts of unhealthy foods despite the fact that you know it causes you harm. How come? Well it all has…

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Gout, bacteria and leaky gut

Gout, Bacteria and Leaky Gut

Can Microbiomes Treat Gout One Day? Ever since Barry Davis contacted me and agreed to write the guest post on his personal bout with gout, and how he thinks that parasite bacteria in our gut may be the root cause of gout, I have been doing more research on the subject and my findings will…

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Traditional Medicine for Gout

Traditional vs Modern Medicine in Treating Gout

A Unique Look Between Old World and New World Medicine This post was guest written by a gout sufferer that reached out to me via email regarding his experience with gout which explains his experiment and how he believes that bacteria in our gut may be the culprit. Very interesting theory that Barry Davis brings up…

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