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Vegan Diet Vegetarian Diet or Meat Your Maker
Feeling Better or Worse With Gout
1st Gout attack 12 months ago. Vegetarian Diet since then and NO
2nd attack ! Also used foods spices and supplements said to prevent Gout
symptoms such as : 1) Cherry Juice Extract 2) Magnesium
3) 2 Ibuprophen per day 4) lemon 5) Rosemary 6) Turmeric
7) 1/4 tsp baking soda per day 8) Celery Seed - 10 min. tea
9) Ginger 10) 4 Cups of Coffee per day 11) at least 2 litres
of water per day in addition to the coffee
Remember with the above I have not had a second Gout attack !
Either try the above or endure frequent and intense pain.
It works, good luck with your condition as we are not all the same,
however it is clear that meats and seafood are not good for our conditions, so it only makes sense to be a vegetarian. Important
though if you intend to become vegan you should take Calcium
and Vitamin D plus a multi-vitamin with minerals each day. A multi
generally has enough B12 to prevent you from developing pernicious anemia. Believe me it is a real condition many vegans
develop not because they are not getting enough iron. Rather the
problem is that there are no significant sources of B12 in the vegan
world. B 12 is essential for red blood cell formation. Unless you follow the above advice re Vegan Diet you will be subject to poor health in the long run. If a vegan swallows their
pride and accepts a need for supplementation in their case then
they can be very healthy.
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