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Dr Berg explains Gout Arthritis & Foods to Avoid for Gout

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Hey dr Berg, here in this video I want to share with you. Some solutions to gout gout can be very, very painful.

It’s a type of arthritis that usually goes right to your big toe.

Okay, and what’s happening? Is you have this this protein metabolism problem and you form monosodium urate, hydrate crystals, try to say that five times fast and these crystals build up in the joint and they start creating a lot of inflammation.

You will also have a high uric, acid and, and both of these are incomplete or undigested protein – that kind of turns into these little crystals.

It’s really a kidney problem and use it comes from consuming too many cooked foods.

When you live on cooked foods, whether it’s pasteurized foods or canned foods, or just overly cooked things, you start to destroy the function of the kidney and your liver.

Okay – and these are the organs that help process and clean up proteins, and if it’s spilling over into the joints, you’re going to get go so here’s, some things to avoid number one: organ meats: okay, that will flare it up like Liver and definitely kidney or if you have I don’t, know brain things like that: don’t consume those coffee, caffeine, Cola and grains will all aggravate that.

Okay, especially if you sat down – and you have a lot of huge cooked meat, this big piece of protein – that would be bad for the gout.

What to do you want to consume foods very, very high in potassium and vegetables? Okay, that’s going to clean out the kidney, so you want to do huge salads and you want to do more raw foods and less cooked foods.

Alright, so maybe you want to steam your vegetables, but don’t overly cook. It also.

Cherries are really good.

We don’t know why, but they’re really good for gout.

Alright, go ahead and try these actions, and I will see you in the next video hey guys.

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