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Gout is a condition that is brought on by an excessive amount of uric acid, an end product of purines, in the body. Excess uric acid in the blood, called hyperurecemia, can occur when the body either over-produces uric acid, fails to eliminate it properly, or a combination of the two.
Gout has often been characterized as the King's proverbial swollen big toe. Indeed, gout was traditionally thought to be associated with an intake of too many rich foods. Actually, gout is typically brought on by the body's inability to eliminate excess uric acid, a by-product of purines.
Attacks can be brought on by many causes: surgery, some diuretic medications, dehydration, alcohol consumption, extreme changes in diet, use of aspirin (a salicylate), renal insufficiency, trauma, and a diet of foods high in purines.
Treatments include symptom-relieving medicines such as anti-inflammatories and colchicine, preventive medicines such as allopurinol, elimination of alcohol, and a diet of foods lower in purines. Interestingly, gout is said to be the only rheumatic disease known to be helped when certain foods are avoided.
When you begin to control your diet with healthier eating, you are not only helping your body fight future attacks of gout, you are helping to fight other health problems as well. The recipes in Gout Haters Cookbooks avoid foods that are high in purines. They are designed to help you on your way to lowering uric acid levels by healthy, delicious eating.
Gout Haters Cookbooks are available in two different editions:
Gout Haters Cookbook I and Gout Haters Cookbook II.
*This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.The "Gout Hater's Cookbooks" Will Help You Treat Gout Now!