Athricare is a complete natural remedy for treatment and prevention of episode of gout.it is made of carefully selected herbs of proven qualities and effectiveness combine with records ancient benefits in scientifically verified manner. Athricare relieve pains and swelling associated with gout and resolve the inflammatory response induced by gout and hyperuricemia.It prevent recurrence of gout by improving the digestive system through which uric acid is better excreted below the level that crystallisation occurs. It promotes bile flow and hepatic disposal of uric acid.
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HOW ATHRI CARE WORKS
URIC ACID is a metabolic end product following the digestion of purines found in most foods. As uric acid crystallizes in the joints, it procures needle-like formations that begin tearing into the synovial fluid sacks and cartilage. Subsequently, the body storms this assault with white blood cells. This process renders swollen, shiny red, hot painful joint(s) known as the intense inflammation of an acute gout attack. Excess uric acid can also cause pain in the joints without the accompanying 'attack'.
Our herbal blend proceeds directly to the root of most gout problems, uric acid production and crystallization. Seeking to unnaturally suppress uric acid production altogether, such as Allopurinol would, can yield potentially dangerous consequences. In order to deal with uric acid properly, you must first slow the production. This segment of uric acid control can easily be attained through a balanced diet, vitamins and minerals, and proper water intake. The complicated part is ensuring that it remain soluble in order for the body to dispose of any excess.
Athricare can help enhance the body's ability to keep the uric acid from crystallizing, increases the removal from the blood stream to transport out of the body by way of the urinary disposal system, while also boosting the digestive system's ability to process the purines and dispose of the excess production, BEFORE the point of storage. This combination is fundamental to your success, and often the missing link for those who have dieted alone without success. Slowing the uric acid production, while a crucial component, is only half of the battle. You must trigger the systems of the body to deal with this natural substance in a healthy manner. Our herbal blend provides this essential communication.
Uric Acid - Gout Stages
1) Uric Acid Crystals can take a long time (months or years) to accumulate, most commonly in connective tissues in and around joints, especially in the lower limbs. During this period there may well be no symptoms whatsoever. About 95% of people with hyperuricemia, high uric acid in the blood supply, will not have a gout attack throughout their entire lives. However, they may experience pain and discomfort from crystallized uric acid in their joints. Pain in the heel/achilles tendon is very common. Sometimes uric acid problems are even misdiagnosed as Rheumatoid Arthritis. The uric acid crystals will cut into the synovial fluid sacks that cushion all joints releasing this fluid into the blood. This can cause blood readings to indicate Rheumatoid Arthritis when, in fact, the problem is really uric acid crystals.
2) A single joint is almost always involved in the initial episodes of an acute attack, most commonly starting with the big toe. This involves local irritation and aching with the tissues becoming swollen, red, hot, shiny and excessively painful. The pain is frequently described as the worst ever experienced.
3) There are periods between attacks. Some never experience another attack, or perhaps at least not for several years. However, for the majority, a second attack occurs within a year. The frequency, severity, and number of joints involved is highly likely to increase over time. This progression eventually leads to joint damage and chronic pain over an average of about 10 years.
4) Chronic tophaceous gout large crystal deposits, or tophi, produce irregular firm nodules, predominantly around the upper surfaces of the fingers and hands. They can form in other places as well, including forearms, achilles tendon,and/or the ears. When left untreated, these can lead to severe deformity. HCFS, or High Fructose Corn Syrup, is lurking in almost every processed food imaginable. According to Dr. Hyon Choi and colleagues from Boston University, drinking high fructose syrup laden beverages increases uric acid levels in the blood, which eventually deposits into the joints where it causes gout.
How Can We Avoid HFCS (high fructose corn syrup)?
The first food to go has to be the soft drinks; this includes fruit punch, fruit cocktails, and Kool-Aid since they are all laden with HFCS. Second, eat more meals at home. Restaurant foods are mostly prepackaged foods reheated and served to you. Use of HFCS in these foods is wide spread because of their increased shelf life.
While shopping, read the labels, if HFCS, fructose, or modified corn starch appears within the first five ingredients place it back on the shelf and move on. Sounds easy right? Wrong. As you make your way through the store you will begin to realize just how much of what you have been eating on a daily basis contains HFCS. Reducing HFCS will not always be easy, but the health benefits are well worth it. You will feel stronger and more vital, it will lift your mood and give you increased concentration. Limiting your intake of HFCS will not only shrink your midsection, but also do wonders for your over all health.
HOW DOES ALCOHOL AFFECT GOUT?
Alcohol, generally speaking, isn't high in purines. However, alcohol is high acid and adds to uric acid problems in other critical ways.
• Alcohol impedes removal of uric acid in the body. Alcohol is metabolized into lactic acid in the body. The lactic acid then competes with uric acid in the kidneys for elimination through urine; thus, greater levels of uric acid remain in the body.
• Alcohol contributes to uric acid levels in the body. Alcohol raises the amount of ATP that is converted into AMP-a good foundation for uric acid.
• Alcohol increases cellular degeneration within the body and the brain. As these cells die off they release purines, which is within every cell in our system.
Additionally, alcohol consumption directly affects and consumes the attention of the liver and kidneys, impeding even more uric acid excretion. Alcohol also dehydrates the blood, further producing excessive uric acid.
A recent study found that one alcoholic beverage per day was enough to significantly increase the risk of gout in that person. The risk grew as number of drinks consumed increased.
AM I DRINKING ENOUGH WATER AND WHY IS THIS IMPORTANT TO GOUT CONTROL?
Water consumption and the source for your drinking water are both very important. Unfortunately, a good portion of our society is dehydrated and isn't even aware of it, which poses major health risks.If the kidneys sense the body is becoming too dry, they begin to retain the fluid, rather than excreting it as urine. This also forces the body to hold onto excess uric acid and other toxins ordinarily excreted by the kidneys, and the damage begins. This is a vicious cycle of dehydration. Proper water intake is an essential key to blood hydration and kidney filtration in order to properly expel uric acid from the body. One should consume a pure source of water, ideal amount for their body weight and activity level, steadily throughout the day. By the time you feel thirsty, you are already dehydrated.
Daily Water Needs- Divide your weight in half. This is how many ounces of water you need daily, consumed at a slow but steady pace from rise throughout the day. If you weigh 180lbs, divide by 2 = 90oz of water daily. Drinking water should come from a pure source, preferably filtered for purity and filters replaced according to manufactured suggestions. Optimal drinking water pH is 7.0. Juices, teas, sodas and coffee DO NOT count towards your water needs!
CAN STRENUOUS EXERCISE INCREASE MY CHANCES FOR A GOUT ATTACK?
Strenuous exercise markedly diminishes the excretion of uric acid without affecting the output of creatinine. Mild exercise has no appreciable influence on uric acid.A possible explanation for the retention of uric acid during exercise is the overproduction of lactic acid, since even ingestion of this compound brings about a decrease in the output of uric acid.
Exercise remains very important to your overall gout control. While attempting to gain control of your gout (via a program and product like ours), we would encourage you to avoid strenuous/high impact exercise and choose a milder version temporarily. Once you have gained control of your gout, an increase is exercise levels should be well tolerated. Hydration is key, as well. Aside from the normal hydration requirements, it is imperative that you also replace the water loss from sweating during and after your exercise.