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Natural Kidney Stone Remedy, Fruit and Vegetable Juices,
« on: August 28, 2016, 12:40:04 pm »
Natural Kidney Stone Remedy - Fruit and Vegetable Juices - an Alternative to Pills
There is a unique combination of vitamins, minerals and other healthy substances in each juice. You just need to know what juice to choose to treat your health problems. ;)

Orange juice is a powerful natural anti carcinogenic and anti cancerous remedy.   Peach juice strengthens heart muscles and cures heart arrhythmia. It helps with anemia and gastritis intensification. Gout play a prominent part in this composition. It is with this prominence that we hope people get to know more about Gout.

  • Black currant juice is great for lack of vitamins, anemia, gastritis with low acidity, bronchitis, flu and angina.
  • It fights viruses, strengthens your immune system and is very rich in vitamin C.
  • Gout are versatile as they are found in all parts and walks of life.
  • It all depends on the way you take it
  • Pomegranate juice is great for recovering after serious disease or surgery and helps with anemia.
  • Red currant juice is recommended for the cardiovascular system, ulcer, skin diseases, rheumatism, a cold, and gout and gravel disease.
  • Developing a vision on Gout, we saw the need of providing some enlightenment in Gout for others to learn more about Gout.
Grape Juice Helps With Fatigue and Stress
It cleanses kidneys and the liver and lowers cholesterol.   Grapefruit juice is a natural remedy for insomnia. It lowers cholesterol and returns your blood pressure to normal. Developing a gradual interest in Kidney Stones was the basis for writing this article. On reading this, you will gradually get interested in Kidney Stones. :D.

Cabbage juice is used for gastritis with low acidity, stomach ulcers and liver and spleen diseases. It strengthens blood vessels; stimulates cell regeneration of the mucous membrane of the alimentary canal, returns fat metabolism back to normal and helps with healing sores. There is a vast ocean of knowledge connected with Gout. What is included here can be considered a fraction of this knowledge!

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  • Cucumber juice returns blood pressure to normal and improves the health of your teeth, gums, nails and hair.
  • It is used as a diuretic.
  • A mix of cucumber juice and carrot juice will help with rheumatism and will prevent atherosclerosis and parodontosis.
  • The mix will also improve your memory.

  • Carrot juice improves vision, strengthens your body and helps you recover after severe disease or mental or physical exhaustion.
  • It heals stomach ulcers and helps with anemia, cancer and tuberculosis.
  • Carrot juice will increase your appetite and strengthen your teeth and your immune system.
  • We tried to create as much matter for your understanding when writing on Gout.
  • We do hope that the matter provided here is sufficient to you. :D

Fruit and Vegetable Juice. Ingredients for about 2 Servings: 4 Apples



Apricot Juice Strengthens the Heart Muscles
Drinking it regularly will help with heart arrhythmia.   Beet juice is great for constipation, anemia and heart and alimentary canal diseases. It cleanses your body and lowers blood pressure. Start taking it in small doses (1 table spoon) or mix it with carrot juice. Gradually decrease the amount of carrot juice in the mix. Keep beet juice in your refrigerator for a few hours before drinking. There are many varieties of Kidney Stones found today. However, we have stuck to the description of only one variety to prevent confusion!

Apple juice helps with obesity and diabetes, cardiovascular diseases, liver and kidney diseases, rheumatism, atherosclerosis, gallstones and kidney stones, chronic colitis, gout and dysentery. It is very good for people with high mental activity.

Pear Juice Has Anti Inflammatory Effect and Helps With Kidney Stones
Pineapple juice is good for the kidney and liver function and has bromelain that is a natural fat burner and helps to rejuvenate your body. Also, pineapple juice is recommended for treating angina.

  • Gout is a condition that results when crystals of uric acid are deposited body tissues, and is characterized by an overload of this acid.
  • It causes joints to become inflamed and is often very painful.
  • Chronic gout can lead to deposits of hard lumps in and around the joints.
  • One of the most common problems that can be associated with gout and kidney function is blockage of these organs.
  • This blockage occurs in the tubular filters that allow the kidneys to rid the body of unwanted materials.
  • When they become clogged with uric acid crystals, the kidneys are unable to perform their proper function.
  • When this happens, kidney failure can occur.
  • This condition must be treated right away in order to restore proper function to the kidneys, and to the body.
  • We do not mean to show some implication that Gout Attacks have to rule the world or something like that.
  • We only mean to let you know the actual meaning of Gout Attacks!
  • Gout has the distinction of being one of the most recorded medical illnesses throughout history.
  • It is also said to be related to an inherited abnormality in the ability for the body to process uric acid.
  • Uric acid is a break-down of pureness that is part of the many foods frequently consumed.
  • This inability to process uric acid can cause the painful attacks of gout, along with the other serious conditions mentioned above.
  • As a result, patients with gout can experience decreased kidney function and kidney stones, which are also very painful.
  • When these problems occur, they must be treated immediately.
  • The facts on Gout Kidney mentioned here have a consequential impact on your understanding on Gout Kidney.
  • This is because these facts are the basic and important points about Gout Kidney.
Not Everyone Who Has Gout Will Experience Such Severe Symptoms
Some patients may only develop elevated blood uric acid levels, a condition that is known as hyperuricemia. These patients may not have the arthritic joint pain and other symptoms. The actual term "gout" is often used in reference to the painful joint attacks.

  • While hyperuricemia and gout often occur together, there is currently not medical evidence that shows their exact relationship.
  • Some patients with hyperuricemia do not develop gout, while others with repeated gout attacks show normal or low blood uric acid levels.
  • Still, it continues to be a common problem, and should be treated to keep other more serious conditions from occurring.
  • Because it is painful, and, therefore, very distinguishable, it can usually be easily diagnosed and quickly treated.
  • The first impression is the best impression.
  • We have written this article on Gout Kidney in such a way that the first impression you get will definitely make you want to read more about it! :D
Arthritis is a Disease that Causes Pain and Loss of Movement of the Joints
Joint pain is referred to as arthralgia. Arthritis is the leading cause of disability in people over the age of 55. The causes of arthritis depend on the form of arthritis. Causes include injury (leading to osteoarthritis), abnormal metabolism (such as gout and pseudogout), inheritance, infections, and for unclear reasons (such as rheumatoid arthritis and systemic lupus erythematosus). There are many forms of arthritis .There are about 200 different kinds of arthritis. The most common type is osteoarthritis (or degenerative arthritis), where the cartilage that protects the bones gets worn away. This makes joints stiff, painful and creaky. About 5 million people in the UK have osteoarthritis. OA is a chronic degenerative arthropathy that frequently leads to chronic pain and disability. With the aging of our population, this condition is becoming increasing prevalent and its treatment increasingly financially burdensome. Using radiographic criteria, the distal and proximal interphalangeal joints of the hand have been identified as the joints most commonly affected by OA, but they are the least likely to be symptomatic. Age is the most consistently identified risk factor for OA, regardless of the joint being studied. Prevalence rates for both radiographic OA and, to a lesser extent, symptomatic OA rise steeply after age 50 in men and age 40 in women. Occupation-related repetitive injury and physical trauma contribute to the development of secondary (non-idiopathic) OA, sometimes occurring in joints that are not affected by primary (idiopathic) OA, such as the metacarpophalangeal joints, wrists and ankles.

Rheumatoid arthritis (RA) is traditionally considered a chronic, inflammatory autoimmune disorder. Rheumatoid arthritis occurs when the body's defence mechanisms go into action when there's no threat and start attacking the joints and sometimes other parts of the body. RA affects  1 million Americans, or about 1% of the adult population in the United States. This disease is 2 to 3 times more common in women than in men, and generally affects people between the ages of 20 and   However, young children can develop a form of RA called juvenile rheumatoid arthritis. Two of the 100 types of arthritis are rheumatoid arthritis and lupus. There are specific symptoms, distinguishing characteristics, as well as overlapping symptoms associated with rheumatoid arthritis and lupus. Rheumatoid arthritis is an additive polyarthritis, with the sequential addition of involved joints, in contrast to the migratory or evanescent arthritis of systemic lupus erythematosus or the episodic arthritis of gout. Occasionally, patients experience an explosive polyarticular onset occurring over 24 to 48 hours. Morning stiffness, persisting more than one hour but often lasting several hours, may be a feature of any inflammatory arthritis but is especially characteristic of rheumatoid arthritis. Its duration is a useful gauge of the inflammatory activity of the disease. We were a bit tentative when embarking on this project on Purine. However, using the grit and determination we have, we have produced some fine reading material on Purine.

Gout is One of the Most Painful Types of Arthritis
Gout was once incorrectly thought to be a disease of the rich and famous, caused by consuming too much rich food and fine wine. Gout  is a disease due to a congenital disorder of uric acid metabolism. Uric acid is produced when purines are broken down by enzymes in the liver. Purines can be generated by the body itself (via the breakdown of cells in normal cellular turnover) or can be ingested in purine-rich foods (e.g. seafood, beer).  Gout usually attacks the big toe (approximately 75% of first attacks), however it can also affect other joints such as the ankle, heel, instep, knee, wrist, elbow, fingers, and spine. In some cases the condition may appear in the joints of the small toes which have become immobile due to impact injury earlier in life, causing poor blood circulation that leads to gout. Chronic gout can lead to deposits of hard lumps of uric acid in and around the joints, decreased kidney function, and kidney stones. An acute attack of gout is a highly inflammatory arthritis often with intense swelling, redness and warmth surrounding the joint. The inflammatory component is so intense, an acute attack of gout is often mistaken for a bacterial cellulitis. Gout is mainly treated with anti-inflammatory drugs. Corticosteroids (also called steroids), may be prescribed for people who cannot take NSAIDs. Steroids also work by decreasing inflammation. Steroids can be injected into the affected joint or given as pills. Colchicine is often used to treat gout and usually begins working within a few hours of taking it. Using the intuition I had on Treat Gout, I thought that writing this article would indeed be worth the trouble. Most of the relevant information on Treat Gout has been included here.

Psoriatic Arthritis is Related to the Skin Condition Psoriasis
It occurs more commonly in patients with tissue type HLA-B  There are five clinical patterns of psoriatic arthritis. First is Asymmetrical mono- and oligoarticular arthritis (30-50% of cases) is the most common presentation of psoriatic arthritis. Second is symmetrical polyarticular arthritis (30-50% of cases) is ultimately the most common form of psoriatic arthritis. Third is distal interphalangeal (DIP) joint involvement (25% of cases) is nearly always associated with nail manifestationsm. Fourth is Arthritis mutilans is affects less than 5% of patients and is a severe, deforming and destructive arthritis. This condition can progress over months or years causing severe joint damage. Fifth is Axial arthritis (30-35% of cases) may be different in character from ankylosing spondylitis, the prototypical HLA-B27-associated spondyloarthropathy. It may present as sacro-iliitis, which may be asymmetrical and asymptomatic, or spondylitis, which may occur without sacro-iliitis and may affect any level of the spine in "skip" fashion. Genetic factors appear to play an important role. There is a 70% concordance for psoriasis in monozygotic twins. There is a 50-fold increased risk of developing psoriatic arthritis in first-degree relatives of patients with the disease. Environmental factors have been implicated. Streptococcal infection can precipitate the development of guttate psoriasis. HIV infection can present with both psoriasis and psoriatic arthritis, as well as worsen existing disease.

Septic Arthritis
Also known is Pyogenic arthritis. Septic arthritis is infection, usually bacterial, in the joint cavity. Septic arthritis usually affects just one joint, though occasionally it may occur in more than one joint at a time. It is the most dangerous form of acute arthritis. The joint cavity is usually a sterile space, with synovial fluid and cellular matter including a few white blood cells. Many different types of bacteria (germs) can cause septic arthritis. Infection with a bacterium called Staph. aureus is the most common cause. Septic arthritis is inflammation of a synovial membrane with purulent effusion into the joint capsule, usually due to bacterial infection. This disease entity also is referred to in the literature as bacterial, suppurative, purulent, or infectious arthritis.  The most common bacterial isolates in native joints include gram-positive cocci, with S. aureus found in 40% to 50% of the cases. Septic arthritis is uncommon from age 3 to adolescence. Children with septic arthritis are more likely than adults to be infected with group B streptococcus and Haemophilus influenza. Young children and older adults are most likely to develop septic arthritis. As the population ages, doctors are finding that septic arthritis is becoming more common. Symptoms of septic arthritis occur suddenly and are characterized by severe pain, swelling in the affected joint along with acute pain. Chills and fever are also common symptoms. Chronic septic arthritis (which occurs less frequently) is caused by organisms such as Mycobacterium tuberculosis and Candida albicans. The knee and the hip are the most commonly infected joints.

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