Dr. Steve Rohde from Ann Arbor, MI
Hi, I read this report last week during a gout episode.
The Colchicine, Celebrex, Probenicid, and Allopurinol weren't doing much and they definately are not a cure for gout.
I started your gout natural remedy on Tuesday PM and by Wednesday my gout symptoms and pain were gone! You really have discovered a natural gout treatment solution.
Incredible! I plan to continue with your gout remedy system.
Who Is At Risk of Getting Gout?
The most typical victim of gout is male, over 35, and at least somewhat overweight Because men tend to have higher levels of uric acid in their bodies, gout affects more men than women.
But ANYBODY can get Gout!
Gout affects nearly 1% of the world's population. Gout is responsible for nearly 5% of all arthritis sufferers.
After menopause, a woman's uric acid level actually rises to be comparable to a man's level, so post-menopausal women fall into the same risk category as men.
Research has shown that 1 out of every 4 people with gout actually has a family history of gout.
In addition, age seems to play a role in the onset of gout. Men typically develop gout between the ages of 30 and 50. Women, on the other hand, rarely develop symptoms until they are 50 and older. Very few cases of gout have been diagnosed in children and young adults.