The gout affects 1 to 2% of adults. This pathology mainly affects the active man, stressed, eating badly, abusing the pleasures of the table and sedentary. He is overweight and his liver and pancreas are very solicited. It tends to H.B.P. and its intestines are irritated by chronic dietary imbalances. Renal drainage will always be welcome as much as uric acid intoxicates the renal parenchyma. More than 80% of people with gout are men (most often between 50 and 60 years), women are almost exclusively affected after menopause, estrogens being uricosuric. We are not all equal in the face of gout. Genetic factors (genes coding for urinary carriers of uric acid) are involved and potentiate the effects of poor food hygiene. Gout is a condition due to an overload of the body in uric acid. It results clinically by inflammatory joint damage, and biologically, by hyperuricemia (more than 70mg / l uric acid in the blood). The gout attack particularly affects some regions such as the big toe, the region of the elbow and the cartilages of the ear flap, they are mostly monoarticular. Gout get settles insidiously. Crises, at first are brief and localized, then become more frequent, of lower intensity, of longer duration. The consequences of this excess of uric acid can also result in a renal lithiasis. The uric acid comes mainly from the diet but also from the organic synthesis. It is mostly eliminated by the kidneys, but a small part passes into the stool. The excess uric acid in the blood is deposited either at the level of the kidneys, at the origin of the kidney stones, or at the level of the joints to give the gout. A poor renal elimination of uric acid, by default of diuresis, causes its accumulation. This insufficiency of secretion and urinary excretion is the first cause of lithiasis. The imbalance of the diet is also generator of gout. It is mainly meats by their richness in proteins that are responsible of it. More rarely are leukemias and haemolytic anemias which cause by destruction of the cells an accumulation of uric acid. Similarly, anti-cancer chemotherapy results in a rise in the level of uric acid in the blood. Hyperuricemia may also occur transiently after prolonged diuretic therapy or after an abusive use of laxative. There is also some familial predisposition to hyperuricemia.
59.49 € - Up to 2 months by flask of 60 gel
Product recommended for Excess of uric acid
- Avoid accumulation of uric acid responsible for joint pain.The excess uric acid in the blood is deposited either at the level of the kidneys, which is at the origin of the kidney stones, or at the level of the joints to give the gout. A poor renal elim.... Avoid accumulation of uric acid responsible of joint pain.
49.28 € - Up to 2 months by flask of 60 units
Product recommended for Liver (drainage).
- In the states of congestions, when the eliminations are not any more made correctly. Useful on the periods of hot weather.. Indicated when: cutaneous manifestations, fatigue, swollen legs, water retention, dark circles, facial swelling, cellulitis. Diuretic, hepatobiliary action
64.20 € - Up to 1 month by flask of 60 units
Product recommended for Artipill is dedicated to the fight against inflammatory attacks in internal use.
- Artipill is dedicated to the fight against inflammatory attacks of arthrosis in internal use.. By its compositon, Artipill is useful in case of gout. Indeed the most of the plants that it contains besides their anti-inflammatory effects it also have a hypouricemic effect.
by M. Christine LANGGUTH CUEVA
Naturopath - Iridology - Nutritherapy