The 7 Day Gout Diet Plan PDF
The 7-Day Gout Diet Plan PDF is a very very specific diet that has been designed specifically by qualified nutritionists that helps decrease excess uric acid in the blood.
The My Action Project experts have crafted together five to six different meals per day that sufferers of gout can have which lessens the likelihood of attacks.
Managing gout is simple when provided with the right toolkit.
Most often people with gout have enjoyed foods that are naturally high in purines. These are compounds that are naturally occurring in a variety of different foods like red meat seafood and alcohol.
When the body breaks down purines, it produces uric acid, which can build up in the joints and cause pain and inflammation.
There is more to the gout diet plan than just eliminating the foods high in purines and the 7 Day Gout Diet plan has enough variety to carry on for up to one month if required.
If you purchased the Gout Diet Plan PDF and would prefer to have another week or two of recipes, please contact us and we’ll be happy to provide you with another 7-Day Diet Plan PDF for free.
Alongside this diet plan, the MAP Nutritionists suggest taking a natural anti-inflammatory called Proflavanol C200. Proflavanol has natural compounds and phytonutrient properties like high-potency grape seed extract and vitamin C, it comes in a bi-layer tablet and when combined with the 7-Day Gout Diet Plan, helps decrease the inflammation caused by Gout attacks. M.A.P Experts recommend doubling the recommended dose of Proflananol C200 until you start to feel the effects of the Gout attack lessening.
Initially preventing gout is simply reviewing the types of food that you are consuming but it’s important to understand how Gout is formed in the body.
Normally, uric acid is dissolved in the blood and eliminated through the kidneys. If there is a high concentration of uric acid for a long period of time and it is left untreated, this can go on to cause some potential issues with forming kidney stones or serious chronic kidney disease.
That’s why it is important to take these steps necessary to reduce the number of attacks that you have on a monthly basis and to work with the health care provider to manage the condition and prevent complications.
In some people the body produces too much uric acid or has difficulty eliminating it, this can lead to the formation of sharp needle-like crystals and the joints of the body, often in the feet and hands. these crystals cause chronic inflammation, pain, and swelling.
Prevention of Gout is simple. First, start on the My Action Project 7-Day Gout Diet Plan.
Second, we advise that you stop drinking, or reduce alcohol consumption. Beer produces uric acid in your bloodstream and if you are serious about reducing a trigger that causes gout attacks, then reducing the consumption of beer is something worth considering.
You may want to consider reducing the volume of red meat and in particular organ meats like liver or game meats, as these are contributors to producing uric acid in your bloodstream. Seafood and shellfish are also contributors to increasing Uric acid.
Increasing your water intake is not only good for your overall health and well-being but it helps to flush out any excess uric acid from the body. Instead of drinking soda try water and lemon. Coffee and tea heaven increased any levels of uric acid in recent studies in fact coffee may even be helpful to lower acid levels.
If you are overweight the recommendation is to focus on reducing your weight and exercising moderately five to six times per week. This can be power walking, playing tennis, biking, or going for a run.
If you are interested in reducing your weight to help reduce Gout attacks, we recommend the Clean Keto Diet Plan (we do not recommend Dirty Keto) which has a high-fat, animal-based diet plan. Clean Keto is an extremely clean eating, evidence-based weight loss meal plan.
Dealing with Painful Gout Attacks
Having a gout attack can be extremely painful and there are several steps you can take when you have a gout attack.
Initially, you can consider taking any medication that the doctor has prescribed for you. Over-the-counter medication that acts as an anti-inflammatory drug may be useful for dealing with gout attacks.
In MAP’s Gout Diet Plan we recommend drinking at least two liters of filtered water per day to help eliminate the excess uric acid from the bloodstream, elevating the joint, and applying ice or any sort of cold therapy can reduce the pain and inflammation associated with gout attacks.
Some people have found that freezing damp two tea towels has been useful. When a gout attack occurs, remove one frozen tea towel from the freezer and mold it around the foot or joint of the hand.
Keep this cold tea towel on the joint for 10 or 15 minutes, then swap it out with the second tea towel that was in the freezer and replace the semi-defrosted tea towel back in and cycle them out.
When the above treatments do not help, we recommend seeking medical advice as you may require medication to help alleviate the effects of gout.
We would advise you to continue to stay on the My Action Project 7 Day Gout Plan PDF alongside any treatment for long-term benefit.
Foods To Avoid for Gout
For people with gout, it’s important to limit or avoid foods that are high in purines, as purines are broken down into uric acid and can lead to a buildup of uric acid in the body. Below is a list of some foods that are high in purines and should be limited. We have chosen to avoid these types of foods from the gout diet plan.
- red meat such as beef lamb and pork
- organ meats like liver and kidneys
- seafood especially shellfish like shrimp lobster and crab
- processed meats from the delicatessen like bacon sausage and deli meats
- alcohol like beer and wine, especially drinks that are high in fructose (beer is made with high fructose corn syrup), and should be avoided.
it is also important to limit their consumption of other foods that have a tendency to be high purine.
- game meats like venison
- certain fish like herring sardines and anchovies
- legumes, such as beans and lentils
- mushrooms and spinach, asparagus, and cauliflower.
It’s important to note that not all high-purine foods affect every person with gout equally and you need to have a trial and error to determine what foods affect gout. Some people may be able to tolerate certain foods while others cannot so by working with the MAP experts you’re able to provide us feedback at any stage so we can customize your gout diet plan program for you.
Over 60% of people who suffer from Gout are overweight. “We see a large reduction in gout attacks when subjects have maintained a healthy weight,” says Dale Folland, Nutritionist and Weight Loss Expert at My Action Project. “We encourage people to follow one of the My Action Project weight loss programs to start their weight loss journey’ he suggests.
Following a structured eating plan, maintaining a good vitamin intake that supports your joints, and exercising moderately, gout attacks can be reduced by up to 80%. Plus, you get the added benefit of more energy, healthier weight and less chance of developing a degenerative disease.
All worthwhile, we think.