- Posted by Bert Middleton
- On September 19, 2014
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- Acute Pain, Alcohol Intake, diet and gout, Diet and Lifestyle, Food and Gout, gout prevention, Obesity, Weight and Gout
Has this happened to you? You wake up in the middle of the night with severe pain piercing the joint at the base of your big toe. The pain is so excruciating that you start questioning yourself as to what you did earlier to cause such an injury. Then you realize you have not engaged in any physical activity that would cause such pain. If this has happened to you, you now know it is probably a gout attack.
What Is Gout?
If you’ve felt such an acute pain in your knee, feet or other small joints, you are probably one of the 8.3 million people in America who are struggle with gout.
Gout is an extremely painful condition characterized by red, hot, swollen joints. This condition is often caused by hyperuricemia, which is the result of high levels or uric acid in the blood.
Risk factors include high blood pressure, obesity, dehydration, excessive intake of processed sugary foods, liquor and beer and other medical complications.
Is Gout Preventable?
Research has proven that these preventive measures are actually effective in reducing the risk of developing gout. If you have already been diagnosed with gout, these measures can also be used to prevent the occurrence of a severe gout attack in the future.
If you look at the risk factors above, you will notice that some of them are easy to modify. If you are looking for ways to reduce your risk of developing gout, consider the following:
I was able to prevent a gout attack…!
Dear Bert, I like everything about your work – it reinforces all the valuable insight and advice you give from different angles (video, audio & hard copy). It is excellent and I love it! I’m still not done yet – I know …wtf! Based on your advice, I was able to prevent 1 potential gout attack w/your instant killer formula and haven’t encountered anything since then. I have long days: work 5am-2pm, taking care of a clinically depressed spouse who now can’t drive (so I do all the errands & what-not that requires driving, run & manage household chores, and I’m in constant hip pain (hip replacement surgery 4/18) w/bone on bone every step i take. Because of all this, i don’t have a lot of free time or energy but I am slowly making my way through your material because it is important to me and for my health. Even if I don’t get around to taking advantage of your free complementary coaching session, just know that you’ve helped me a lot and for that I’m grateful. I value and appreciate you – God bless you. ~ Regina
Watch What You Drink
People who drink alcohol often are more likely to develop gout. Drinks that contain high fructose corn syrup also contribute to the development of gout. Coffee is a diuretic and can be very dehydrating as well as very acidifying, has been associated with a lower risk of gout. Drink half your body weight in ounces of good high quality water daily.
What About Purines in Your Diet?
According to experts, reducing your intake of purine-rich foods will help lower your chances of developing gout in the future. If you are becoming prone to gout, watch the volume and kinds of proteins you eat, especially meats and seafood and different kinds of legumes an beans.
Watch Your Weight
Obesity is one of the major causes of gout, so aim to maintain a healthy weight. Managing your weight is one of the easiest ways to manage gout along with staying well hydrated.
Take Vitamin C for Gout
Vitamin C can help decrease the risk of gout. Make sure to take at least 500 miligrams of Vitamin C a day, it’s good for overall health.
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Bert Middleton, The Original Gout Killer
“I know your pain. Let me help you kill your gout for good! And teach you to advocate for yourself and take ownership of your gout recovery, by showing you how to live the gout-free lifestyle.”
Two decades ago, Bert Middleton found himself diagnosed with gout. Like 8.3 million other people in the United States (approximately 4% of the population), he struggled helplessly with the physical, emotional, social, and financial impact that gout left unchecked can have on your life.
Prescription drugs were of limited help…
And the terrible pain of regular gout attacks left him unable to enjoy even the simplest daily pleasures. His marriage was suffering. His finances were spiraling due to the impact gout had on his ability to work. And maintaining a social life was often nearly impossible.
Tophi surgeries left him in terrible pain. And he found himself depressed … and angry … that gout was stealing years of his life.
Until one day, after hundreds of hours of research and self-experimentation, Bert finally had a breakthrough and created a blueprint for a way of living that would prove to be “the answer” to living gout-free for nearly a decade now.
Today, Bert and his “Gout Wife” Sharon devote their evenings and weekends to educating other gout sufferers on how to live the gout-free lifestyle via their website TheGoutKiller.com
Showing others his 911 Emergency Response Gout Recovery Plan for getting PAINFUL gout attacks under control in as little as 4 hours.
And then, how to make daily choices that keep gout under control for GOOD!
So you can finally start LIVING again!