Gout and You published an informative article discussing how turmeric benefits people with gout. Turmeric is one of the primary ingredients of the company’s popular product, NutriGout. Continue reading
Houston, Texas, Oct 06, 2021 /prREACH/ -- Gout and You, a trusted online resource for people with gout, recently discussed how turmeric could help address the complications associated with gout. In addition to providing useful information to help people with gout manage their condition, Gout and You is also a supplier of a range of products designed for gout patients. Its latest offering, NutriGout, includes turmeric.
The recent article is available at https://goutandyou.com/gout-and-turmeric/.
Founder and author Spiro Koulouris writes that turmeric contains active compound curcumin that may have anti-inflammatory, antiviral, antioxidant, antitumor, antifungal and antibacterial properties. Experts suggest that curcumin may be a potential treatment alternative for cancer, Alzheimer’s disease, diabetes, allergies, arthritis and other chronic illnesses. Since gout is a type of arthritis, turmeric may be a good option to treat this condition.
The article references several studies investigating turmeric as a gout remedy. As per the findings of a study conducted in China, turmeric has inhibited chronic inflammation. It may help with gout by reducing xanthine oxidase activity, the enzyme responsible for the production of uric acid. According to another study conducted on 107 people with osteoarthritis, Ibuprofen and turmeric extract relieved study participants during walking or climbing stairs.
Gout and You’s NutriGout is a uric acid support formula that assists the kidneys and liver in naturally flush out excess uric acid before it causes problems. In addition to turmeric root, other potent ingredients in this supplement are celery seed, dandelion extract, bromelain from pineapple, chanca piedra and milk thistle extract.
To find out more, please visit https://www.amazon.com/NutriGout-Uric-Support-Formula-GoutandYou/dp/B01GU8GGQ2/.
“Turmeric can be taken in powder, tea, capsules or even tablets. You can take 300 to 600 milligrams of a standardized extract of turmeric three times daily to reduce gout pain or inflammation. You will also find turmeric root inside my proprietary blend dietary supplement, NutriGout! Turmeric is safe for most people, but do consult your doctor before use to make sure there are no bad interactions with any prescribed drugs that you may be using,” Koulouris concludes.
To find out more health tips and remedies related to gout, please visit Gout and You's website or Amazon storefront.