Is Gout Curable?

Gout is inflammatory arthritis that happens when levels of uric acid become too high. When uric acid levels are high that your body can’t easily dissolve and excrete, uric acid begins to crystallize. Gout causes pain and swelling in one or more joints. It typically affects the big toe. But it’s also found in other joints, including the knee, ankle, foot, hand, wrist, and elbow.

Gout can affect anyone. It typically occurs earlier in men than women. It usually occurs after menopause in women. Men can be three times more likely than women to get it because they have higher levels of uric acid most of their lives. Women reach these uric acid levels after menopause. Gout is one of the oldest recorded diseases. Fortunately, today out is one of the most treatable forms of arthritis. 

What Makes Gout Worse?

Gout will usually progress without treatment. Certain factors also may trigger gout flares. 

1. Obesity 

One of the risk factors for gout is obesity. Gout has become more prevalent recently possibly because of rising levels of obesity. A healthy diet and exercise can help you lose weight and reduce your chances of disease progression. 

2. Stress and Injury 

Emotional stress can bring on a gout attack. It can also cause physical trauma to the foot which may release some crystals and cause an inflammatory reaction. Starting treatment can also unintentionally set off a flare. However, other medications can also be given to help mediate this risk.


How Treatment Prevents the Progression of Gout

Gout is one of the most well-understood and most medically treatable forms of arthritis. The progression of gout is preventable by starting appropriate treatment as soon as possible. During flares, gout patients can take NSAIDs or corticosteroids to calm the attack. A medication called colchicine is also often used to stop acute attacks, but it’s given now at a much lower dose to avoid side effects. Another class of drugs called uricosurics helps your kidneys remove uric acid from the body. In addition, diet, weight loss, and physical exercise are also recommended. 

Using HCG Diet to Prevent the Progression of Gout

The HCG Diet (Human Chorionic Gonadotropin) is a safe and completely natural hormone/protein that is already present in all human cells. To achieve rapid weight loss, the HCG Weight Loss Protocol combines a very low-calorie diet with HCG injections. By suppressing appetite and cravings, the HCG hormone allows patients to burn deep-seated visceral fat for energy.

Here are the benefits of using HCG:

  • Increased energy
  • Improved performance
  • Rapid weight loss
  • No exercise is required
  • The focus on fresh fruits, lean protein, and vegetables paves the way to permanently healthier food choices and portion control
  • Diet removes unhealthy starches and sugars to stabilize blood sugar levels
  • Weight loss decreases the risk of gout, stroke, heart attack, diabetes, some cancers, high blood pressure, gallbladder disease, sleep apnea, and asthma
  • Rapid results create momentum to stay on the diet and avoid cheating 

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