Here you’re going to learn how to remove gout crystals from your body perfecty naturally. Gout crystals are agonizingly painful. Discover, how to remove these crystals naturally using water. Yes you can eliminate gout crystals with water!
Gout crystals are formed when you have high uric acid levels in your body. They form in your joints, tendons and surrounding tissue to cause the agonizing symptoms of gout.
Uric acid is produced by the breakdown of ‘purines’ in your body’s cells and in your food.
These are important chemical compounds that help convert genes to protein, food to energy, aid muscle contraction, get rid of excess nitrogen from your cells, and protect them from cancer causing agents.
Normally, your kidneys process the uric acid produced in your blood, retain sufficient for your body’s beneficial needs (e.g. looking after your blood vessels’ linings, etc.), and flush the excess waste out of your system through your urine.
Unfortunately, sometimes your kidneys just can’t excrete enough uric acid quickly enough from your body and so you end up with an excess amount of uric acid circulating in your bloodstream, causing the high levels that can form gout crystals in your joints.
How to Remove Gout Crystals Naturally
A very natural way to remove gout crystals is by drinking lots of water everyday. In this way you keep your body well-hydrated. This is very important because gout crystals are more difficult to form if your body is well-hydrated.
So by drinking sufficient amounts of water regularly you are effectively helping to prevent gout crystal formation. In addition, drinking water in this way also helps your kidneys to process and flush uric acid out of your body. Thus helping to reduce the high uric acid levels that are needed to produce the gout crystals in the first place.
You need to drink at least 12 x 8 ounce glasses of water on a daily basis. This needs to be taken regularly over the day. For example a glass every hour or so.
I’ve had recurring gout most of my adult life but haven’t had a gout attack for 11+ years now. Whether this is your first gout attack, or you’ve had multiple flare-ups, the content on here will, hopefully, set you on the road to being gout-free too.