Gout is a painful condition brought on by the production of an excessive amount of uric acid in the joints.
Usually, uric acid levels are raised, for a period of 20 to
30 years before they cause any problem. And that is why gout usually occurs in middle-aged and older people.
When kidneys don’t work properly to filter uric acid
it turns to urate crystals and accumulate in the joints,
causing inflammation and intense pain of a gout attack.
If you are suffering from pain due to this condition and
don’t want to rely on prescription medications, you can
try the following recipe.
Powerful gout fighting juice recipe
The powerful anti-inflammatory properties of these
foods have been found to relieve the symptoms of gout
without the use non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs
– One pineapple
– 1 to 2 teaspoons turmeric powder
– 2 to 3 teaspoons ginger powder, or 1 inch off of a
fresh ginger root
– One cup of tart cherry juice
– Raw honey (optional)
– Cut the skin off of the pineapple. Make sure to use the
stem of the pineapple that’s where you will find the
highest concentration of bromelain.
– Slice the pineapple into chunks that are roughly the
same size and toss them in your food processor or
blender. Blend until they are evenly mashed up.
– Pour in 1 cup of tart cherry juice, and then sprinkle in
the turmeric and ginger.
– Store in an airtight glass container in the fridge for up
to 10 days. Consume the drink every day.
– And whenever you pour yourself a glass, you can add
honey to taste if you’d like.
Source: losingweightdone.com webmd.com
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Aches & Pains
An impressive study completed and published in the March
2014 issue of the Journal of
Clinical Interventions in Aging
examined the effect of turmeric on knee discomfort. Results
showed that turmeric
experienced relief on par
with more conventional
options. The turmeric group,
however, seemed to enjoy more relief from joint stiffness.
Those taking turmeric reported significantly fewer side effects
than those following
plans. A double-blind,
placebo-controlled study in the December 2011 issue of Surgical Endoscopy looked at turmeric
postoperative discomfort and
fatigue. Patients taking
significantly less discomfort
compared to placebo.
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