May 22, 2012
-- Why Gout Happens:
Our bodies produce uric acid when digesting purine-rich foods, like meat, beans, and beer. Uric acid is eliminated by the kidneys, but in men over 50, this function can be weakened, resulting in too much uric acid. Too much uric acid forms crystals in the joints. Crystals in the joints cause inflammation and pain.
Conventional treatments involve a three types of drugs: non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs intented as pain killers, corticosteroids to stimulate anti-inflammatory hormones, and colchicines to block inflammation. These drugs all focus on the side effects more than the cause. Most home remedies, like apple cider vinegar or cherry juice, attempt to restore the body to a more alkaline condition, but healing will be slow if it works at all.
Gout sufferer and MegaCare Nutritional Supplements owner, Dr. Syang Su, has recently revised his anti-purine formulation, DePurine. A potent combination of herbs, vitamins, and nutrients, DePurine has been handling his family's gout for years. A more recent flare-up for Dr. Su prompted a return to formula, and now DePurine is more powerful than ever. It combines minerals like zinc, magnesium, and calcium with vitamin D3 and herbs like horsetail, turmeric, lemon peel, and stinging nettle.
All of Dr. Su's products come with a money back guarantee, and can be found on the company website, http://www.megacare.com/2012/04/gout-help/
. The formulation for gout is a powerful aid in preventing current and future inflammation and pain.