Posted by david
on December 08, 1999 at 06:01:43:
In Reply to: Gout posted by Graham Houghton on November 22, 1999 at 07:28:22:
: Does anybody have any sensible information about controlling this condition using diet? I've read so much about what not to eat and drink. But what, if anything, has been proved to counter a flare-up?
dear graham,gout is the outward sign that your kidneys are not functioning properly.the cause for this is that your kidneys can no longer deal with the amounts of toxins that they are being asked to handle.the metabolic pathwways of the body release toxic waste into the bloodstream which is then eliminated via the colon, liver, kidneys, lungs and skin.Initial signs of detoxification include fatigue, muscle and joint pain, skin rashes, headaches, diarrhea, nausea and or vomiting.This is a positive sign of health renewal, even though it can be uncomfortable.This is known as the healing crisis of the body.when those organs can no longer cope with getting rid of the toxins then problems arise such as is the case with your self.one of the best ways of detoxifying the bowel is to take a prescribed amount of noni juice for a minimum period of three months.during this time your pain should disappear and your body return to normal
if i can be of any further help to you then let me know. david firstname.lastname@example.org.