#holistic Uric Acid Inflammation Supplement – 60 Capsules

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  1. Texasbelle | March 18, 2017 at 8:01 am |
    19 of 19 people found the following review helpful
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    Highly recommend!, May 28, 2016
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    Texasbelle (Dallas, Texas) –

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    I having been using GoutPro since August of 2015. I had my first attack of gout and it was so painful I never wanted to have that happen to me again. I was looking for something to help me keep normal uric acid levels and chose GoutPro. I have been taking it ever since with no further incident of gout. As it happens, I am not a very consistent pill taker. I slack off and after awhile I feel twinges that indicate my uric acid is again building up in my joints. When this happens I become ever so diligent taking GoutPro and the feeling goes away and no gout. I do not take and any prescription medication and depend on GoutPro. It works for me and I will continue to use it.
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  2. Chris Kuykendall | March 18, 2017 at 8:12 am |
    11 of 11 people found the following review helpful
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    Helping So Far, If Taken Diligently, But Not a Crutch for a Gout-Sloppy Diet, July 12, 2016
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    I’ve had gout attacks intermittently since April 2010, starting that year with the menu choice, at a restaurant, of liver. I’m not a vegetarian, but rarely ate liver, and never had any problems with it, before. Since then, I’ve had at least light attacks every six months on average. The worst cases were the initial attack in April 2010 and a really bad attack, producing an ER visit, in April 2015. The latter was sort of a two-prong attack where I thought I was over a light outbreak and then snacked on some leftover breaded tilapia without eating anything alongside it. The 2015 attack eventuated in non-infection redness across the top of my left foot plus the bony area between the big toe and next toe feeling like it had fractured. But it was just a bad gout attack. After eventually recovering from that, with prescription colchicine either doing little for me or doing it only very slowly, I went back to the Internet for the umpteenth time, re-studying a lot of stiil very often contradictory info on what foods are bad and what foods are okay. In the course of that, I stumbled across Gout Pro on Amazon, and have been re-ordering it ever since. I had an attack seven months later in November 2015, not much better than my six-month average previously, but it wasn’t a bad attack, didn’t last inordinately long, and may have been assisted by feeling overconfident and letting the Gout Pro pill-taking diligence lapse somewhat. Since then, I’ve had no more attacks. I favor (1) avoiding the clear risks (shellfish except for the two shrimp I have occasionally, liver, other organ meat which means not gambling on unfamiliar sausage, and wild game); (2) eating light helpings of meat, poulty, fish, or portk and always eating plenty of something else also with it; (3) staying hydrated; (4) taking on average two Gout Pro pills daily; and (5) resorting to milk, of which I’m fond, for protein purposes in the event of an attack, and becoming a temporary vegetarian until about a week after the gout has cleared before returning cautiously and slowly to a normal animal protein diet. Bottom line: I feel safer with Gout Pro, as a preventative, than without it, but that doesn’t mean abandoning good sense and getting sloppy dietarily.
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  3. 8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    The Most Effective Therapeutic Option on the Market Today, July 14, 2016
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    John

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    GoutPro has shown to be extremely effective as a means of combatting the formation of uric acid stones and gout. Pursuant to my visit to the urologist three months ago I was alarmed at my SUA (plasma uric acid levels) at 8.5 mg/dl. Since my intake of GoutPro on a regular basis, my chronic renal dysfunction, blood sugar level, and cardiovascular condition have improved phenomenally. My urine tests also showed improved glucose response, reduction in blood pressure, weigh loss and energy boosting, as well as improved concentration of mental clarity. GoutPro has successfully eliminated my body stress of UARE and decreased my allopurinol CRP.
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