• Make weight reduction a priority; maintain a healthy body weight.
• Exercise daily; avoid a sedentary lifestyle.
• Reduce alcohol intake, particularly beer; stop smoking and increase hydration with plenty of purified water.
• Moderate consumption of organic coffee may be helpful as coffee may lower uric acid levels.
• Be cognizant of potential hypertension or cholesterol issues, which are concomitant health concerns.
• Manage stress and reduce excess obligations and any sources of chronic negativity.
Dietary Tips and Caveats:
• Identify and eliminate any food allergens or intolerances to reduce inflammation.
• Avoid high fructose corn syrup (especially from sodas and juices) and any refined sugar.
• Avoid all vegetable and industrial seed oils; avoid over-consuming omega-6 oils; use healthy oils such as olive, coconut, and avocado.
• Avoid animal proteins that are particularly rich in purines, such as organ meats, shellfish, anchovies and sardines.
• Eat fewer red meats; prioritize lean meats, cold water fish, and/or beans (if not intolerant).
• Increase high fiber foods and food rich in magnesium and potassium.
• Include apple cider vinegar and tart or black cherry juice in beverage choices; consider using C.C. Meal™ bars as a between-meal snack (contain tart cherries).
Metabolic Synergy™ 3 capsules twice per day
Inflammatone™ 2 capsules per day between meals
L-5-MTHF 1 capsule per day
OmegAvail™ Ultra 2 softgels per day
Quercetin Ascorbate powder ¼ – ½ tsp powder per day
The above protocol is designed as a general approach for dealing with the most common issues involved in gout development. If you do not see results after several weeks you should contact us for a personal evaluation. The above recommended supplements can be acquired by clicking here.