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Dear Turapür Today Reader,
If you suffer from gout, or have even just had a minor flare-up, you already know incredibly painful gout can be.
And we’re not just talking pain in your big toe. Gout can also attack your ankles and knees… making simple tasks like walking feel like absolute agony.
But what if there was ANOTHER brutal side effect of gout you didn’t know about? One you couldn’t feel or detect?
I’m talking about heart failure!
According to a new research study conducted by doctors at the University of Alabama at Birmingham, older individuals with gout were at increased risk for heart failure.
But here’s some good news. There are multiple ways to stave off gout – AND the risk of heart failure.
And, you can start from the comfort of your own home… TODAY!
Researchers analyzed data from over 5,000 seniors, some with gout and some without.
The study found that heart failure, coronary heart disease, and deaths were HIGHER among those with gout.
So what’s the common link between gout and heart problems? If you’ve battled gout for a long period of time, you are already familiar with this nagging little foe…
It’s uric acid.
Elevated levels of uric acid are often the main trigger to gout flare-ups and are also associated with heart disease.
In other words, lower your body’s uric acid levels and you begin reducing your risk of gout AND heart failure.
And there’s more good news…
There are two SIMPLE ways you can eliminate unnecessary uric acid and reduce gout and heart failure risk… and in most cases, you can start from the comfort of your own home TODAY!
People who drink coffee are less likely to develop gout. A 2010 analysis of data from female participants in the Nurses’ Health Study found that gout risk decreased as coffee consumption INCREASED. A handful of studies have also linked coffee consumption to a lower risk of cardiovascular disease.
Limit Purine-Rich Foods
Purines are compounds that occur naturally in some foods. As your body breaks down purines, it produces uric acid. But for people with gout, the process of metabolizing purine-rich foods may lead to flare-ups by causing the body to produce too much uric acid.
Foods with high-purine content include trout, tuna, excess alcohol (including beer and liquor), high-fat foods like bacon, dairy products, and red meat.
Consider ditching the high-purine foods for ones with much lower purine levels.
These include low-fat and fat-free dairy products, peanut butter, most fruits and vegetables, whole-grain rice, bread, and potatoes, and of course… coffee.
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Department of Research, Turapür Products
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