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What is Gout:
- Gout is a form of arthritis caused by the accumulation of uric acid crystals in joints.
- Uric acid is a natural waste product that forms when the body breaks down purines, which are found in certain foods and are also produced by the body.
- When uric acid levels become too high, the crystals can precipitate in joints and other tissues, leading to inflammation and intense pain.
- Approximately 681,000 (2.4%) Canadians aged 20 years and older had been diagnosed with gout in recent years. The prevalence and incidence of diagnosed gout generally increase with age and are higher among males.
- Sudden onset of intense joint pain.
- Most commonly affects the big toe, but can also target other joints like ankles, knees, wrists
- Joint becomes swollen, red, and extremely tender
- Pain often described as sharp, excruciating, and throbbing
- Limited range of motion in the affected joint due to pain
- Discomfort and sensitivity persist even without movement
- Attacks tend to occur at night or early morning
- Recurrent episodes of pain and inflammation
- Potential fever during acute attacks
- Joints can feel warm to the touch
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- Formulated with clinically proven, patent-pending Ayuric®
- Gluten-free, Non-GMO, Vegan
- Fast Acting (as little as 2-3 days)
- Maximum benefits at 16 weeks
Who is Gout-Force for?
For all adults, although men are more likely to develop gout earlier — usually between the ages of 30 and 50.
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- Helps to reduce elevated uric acid blood levels (hyperuricemia)
- Terminalia bellerica, an ancient Ayurvedic plant, is a tannin-rich extract that has been shown in a clinical study to help keep uric acid levels within a healthy range
- A combination of Chebulinic acid + chebulagic acid + tannins derived from T. bellerica extract inhibits the xanthine oxidase enzyme, thus modulating uric acid synthesis
- Contains a clinically studied botanical ingredient with antioxidant properties
- Supports a healthy inflammatory response
- Managing gout is crucial not only for relieving the pain and discomfort associated with acute attacks but also for preventing long-term joint damage and other related health issues.
- Elevated uric acid levels not only contribute to gout attacks but can also lead to kidney stones and other kidney problems. By addressing and controlling uric acid levels, individuals can improve their overall joint health and reduce the risk of related complications.
- Stay Hydrated: Drinking plenty of water helps flush out excess uric acid from the body.
- Maintain a Healthy Weight: Being overweight can contribute to higher uric acid levels, so maintaining a healthy weight through balanced eating and regular exercise is beneficial.
- Limit Purine-Rich Foods: Foods high in purines, such as red meat, organ meats, and certain seafood, can elevate uric acid levels. Moderating their consumption can help.
- Consume Low-Fat Dairy: Low-fat dairy products have been associated with a reduced risk of gout.
- Limit Alcohol: Alcohol, particularly beer, can increase uric acid levels, so limiting alcohol intake is advisable.
- Consider Dietary Supplements: Supplements like "Gout Force" can assist in reducing elevated uric acid levels and supporting healthy blood uric acid levels when used as part of a balanced approach.