What is Gout, and can drinking Aloe Vera Gel help reduce the symptoms?

What is  Gout, and can drinking Aloe Vera Gel help reduce the symptoms?

Gout is a form of arthritis that occurs mainly in the hands and leg joints.
The cause is an imbalance in the metabolic system where there is an excess of uric acid in the blood. The salt deposits from this acid irritate the tissues in the joints which then become inflamed and cause pain
Note that like arthritis it is not the ailment that causes the pain but the inflammation.
Main causes include obesity, excessive consumption of red meat, fat, beer and wine
A three pronged approach should be taken with gout:-
1) To reduce the inflammation drink a high quality Aloe Vera Gel and plenty of liquids.
WHY? – Aloe is well known for its anti-inflammatory properties, it will also provide a host of nutrients required by the body to return the balance.
2) If the sufferer is overweight start a weight loss programme, cut red meat, fat, beer, wine, white flour and sugar.
WHY? – This will remove some of the sources which exasperate the illness
3) As well as the Aloe Vera take supplements of vitamin A & E (https://www.foreverliving.com/retail/shop/shopping.do?task=viewProductDetail&itemCode=054)
WHY? – To help provide the building blocks to take the body back to balance.

How long will it take for Aloe Vera to work with Gout?

Recovery time depends very much on the current diet, the weight and other ailments being suffered from. The other key factor will be the quality of product that you use.

As a very rough rule of thumb it will take one month for every year of the ailment suffered.
How much Aloe Vera Gel should I drink?
Take 2 60ml shots a day on an empty stomach, once in the morning and once in the evening. Make sure you drink a good quality brand.


About franceshopcraft

I am a Nutritional Therapist in the network marketing business, with Forever Living Aloe Vera and Beehive products
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