Category Archives: Gout

What To Eat To Avoid Gout

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MENU TO PREVENT GOUT BREAKFAST Small glass of orange juice. Half a cup cereal with low-fat milk or yogurt. Berries. White toast with jelly and 1 teaspoon margerine. Coffee. Glass of water. LUNCH Baked potato with 1 teaspoon margarine. Tossed salad with fat-free salad dressing. 1 cup of fruit salad. 2 percent milk. Glass of […]

Eat Right for Your Type of Arthritis

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osteoarthritis Having a balanced, nutritious diet is an important part of achieving and maintaining a healthy weight. That’s good news for your joints, not just your wardrobe.  Experts have long known that milk is good for bones, but its effects on joints were less clear. A study reported in 2015 showed that women with knee OA […]

Stiff Joints: Why It Happens and How to Find Relief

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Why does joint stiffness occur? With age, stiff joints become a reality for many people. Years of use can take their toll on joints, muscles, and bones. Many people experience stiff joints just after waking up. Lying down for several hours to sleep reduces fluid amounts. That can make moving joints more difficult first thing […]

Soursop Health Benefits: Start Eating This Awesome Fruit!

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Soursop is the fruit of Annona muricata, a broadleaf, flowering, evergreen tree native to tropical climates.  It’s flavor is described as a combination of strawberry and pineapple, with sour citrus flavour notes contrasting with an underlying creamy flavor reminiscent of coconut or banana.  

8 Gout Triggers to Avoid

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The old saying “an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure” is particularly true when it comes to gout pain. A form of arthritis, gout may begin suddenly and result in severe pain, stiffness, and swelling of one or more joints. While genetics can make a gout attack more or less likely (and no one can choose […]

10 Ways to Make an Elderly Person’s Home Safer

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As loved ones age, family members may have growing concerns about safety. Physical changes associated with aging may lead to more falls or injuries; therefore, it’s important to create a safe environment for independent living. Check out ten ways that you can make a senior’s home safer. Making Home Safer Fortunately, there are many ways […]

Soursop Fruit and its Health Benefits

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Soursop also known as Graviola is an evergreen fruit that is rich in several compounds, it contains beneficial antioxidants and minerals such as calcium, phosphorus and a small amount of iron that add values to human health. The contribution of soursop fruit to human health are not limited to cancer treatment, energy boosting and bone health […]

10 Tips for Keeping Your Joints Healthy and Pain Free

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Exercise is an excellent way to tone up and lose weight. Plus, it builds muscle which supports your bones (which helps prevent osteoporosis) and improves your cardiovascular health. However, exercise can also be hard on the joints, often making them stiff or sore after a workout. If joint pain is severe enough, it can keep […]

Makanan Semula Jadi Untuk Legakan Gout & Bengkak Sendi

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Sakitnya sendiri sampai bengkak-bengkak hingga ada yang langsung tidak boleh bergerak apabila diserang penyakit gout. Gout adalah gejala yang bersangkut-paut dengan kondisi sendi di mana metabolisma tidak normal yang mucul dalam asid urik telah menyebabkan Arthritis (radang sendi). Gout boleh merebak ke beberapa bahagian tubuh termasuklah telinga, pergelangan tangan, lutut, pergelangan kaki dan sambungan sendi-sendi kecil […]

A Gout-Friendly Menu for One Week

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Eating a gout-friendly diet will help you relieve the pain and swelling, while preventing future attacks. Here is a sample gout-friendly menu for one week. Breakfast: Oats with Greek yogurt and 1/4 cup (about 31 grams) berries. Lunch: Quinoa salad with boiled eggs and fresh veggies. Dinner: Whole wheat pasta with roasted chicken, spinach, bell peppers and low-fat […]