John Mattei, Lawrenceville, NJ, United States
John recommends - Apple Cider Vinegar, Cherries and rehydration
I have found that 2 tablespoons of ACV (Apple Cider Vinegar) and 6 to 12 cherries completely cured me of gout. I have been studying food's effects for years since having high blood pressure and hypoglycemia, and tried a lot of things. These 2 simple things worked for me and I now eat AND drink whatever I want. I never thought the day would return. You will begin to notice a change in your body after about a week of ACV intake and will just know that you are at a good pH level that can handle whatever you eat or drink.
Not sure if I mentioned it, but our hydration level is so key with all of this. Obviously it can take years for our blood level to reach such acidity levels, but my gout attack was the result of being dehydrated. Now, I did not know I was dehydrated, until ER stuck an IV in my arm. As soon as the water bag had depleted connected to my IV, I was able to move my toe and the pain 'magically' diminished. I had adjusted my diet for a good month to take in a lot more alkaline foods, but at this point I am back to my old normal diet - that includes alcoholic beverages on occasion. I still attribute my good health to the cherries and ACV since they both seem to quickly relieve any twinges in my toes after consuming too many acidic foods.
Joel C, Malaysia
Rooibos tea is among Joel's recommendations
I have had problems with uric acid since my early twenties - due to rich food (no, I am not rich). At first it started as a joint pain on my shoulders (of all places) and then just five years later it flared up at the joint at my big toe - it was gout, fully manisfested! I have tried doing many things in the past I am happy to say that I am now completely cured, free from pain! The remedy? A combination of rooibos tea (for hydration and antioxidant effects), <b>apple cider vinegar </b>(definitely not for it's taste) and cherries (of all things)! Trust me, gout sufferers, there is hope out there! God provided us with cherries! Make use of it!
S.W, Wilmington, United States
After suffering for over 4 months with gout - taking prescription medicine for it - nothing really helped until I took ACV. It is a miracle for sure! It helped immediately and I can't believe something so simple could be such a "Godsend"! Don't wait any longer - go try it!! I take 3 tablespoons in about 8 oz. of juice in the morning, and again at night.
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