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GOUT – What can I do to help myself?
Food choices play a huge role when you are trying to control episodes of gout. Gout can be extremely painful and some of the most common problems can be from our western diet.
Below are some suggestions in your quest to combat a gout episode.
Stop drinking alcohol such as beer and wine.
Abstain from drinking coffee.
Drink plenty of water
Test your acidity levels in your body by investing in a packet of urines strips which will report your acidity levels. Check them on the chart provided.
Your PH levels will probably report a low PH reading and high levels of acidity. Balancing the P H in your body requires you to eat foods which act as an Alkaline to neutralise the acid in your joints. Alternatively you can make an appointment to see your G P and ask for a diet sheet and by following the choices of foods start the process of reducing the painful symptoms you are experiencing.
Making sure you understand the effect of your food choices are having on your body can help keep your body and your immune system in harmony.
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