Gout is an arthritic type of pain in your joints For some reason up to 75% will experience it first in their big toe. It is caused by uric acid crystals that have formed in your joints. The pain is from your body's inflammatory response to these crystals. Other conditions caused by uric acid include:
Doctors describe drugs that decrease crystal formation, or block your body's inflammatory response to these crystals. The problem is that these drugs have very dangerous, long term side effects. All the conditions listed above can be lifelong conditions. Staying on these drugs long term can wreak havoc on your health, but what can you do?
Change your diet.
Uric acid is caused by undigested foods, particularly animal proteins. Everyone needs a different amount of protein for optimal functioning, but if you are having any of these problems play around with the type and quantity of that protein. It is also contributed to by the level of sugar in your diet, especially processed white sugar. You have heard many times to cut back on the sweets and empty calories, here is one more reason to do so.
Enriching Gifts products that can help:
Enriching Gifts Plant Enzymes. It is as if Ron knew someone who suffered with these conditions when he formulated the Plant Enzymes. They work wonderfully in clearing out the Uric acid before it can crystallize. Nutritional Microscopy can show you how effective it is. By taking a sample and analyzing it, then taking as little as one or two enzymes, waiting twenty minutes and taking another sample you can see how quickly the enzymes can clean out the uric acid and other 'garbage' that can be found floating in your blood system.
While the Plant Enzymes will do most of the work for you we also recommend you make the lifestyle changes normally recommended. Cut back on the red meat to a level that makes you feel best. Cut out the empty calories from your diet, and get some exercise to help normalize your blood sugar levels and flush the toxins out of your body.
(This information is not intended to serve as a prescription, or to diagnose, treat or replace the advice of your medical doctor. If you have any medical conditions or are taking prescription or non-prescription medications, consult your physician before altering or discounting the use of them.)