Gout in the foot

Gout in the foot

What is Gout?

Gout is a form of inflammatory arthritis that affects the joints, especially in the foot, and can be quite painful.

Recent studies have shown that the condition is closely related to the composition of the gut flora (the community of bacteria) that live in the digestive tract.

This association suggests that gout can be treated in some cases by a combination of diet, pathogen elimination, restoring gut flora, and lifestyle changes.

Gout in the foot | Gut flora | Leaky gut

One of the most important steps in natural gout treatment is to improve the balance of your gut microbiota (gut flora). A healthy gut microbiome is essential for proper digestion and nutrient absorption, as well as reducing inflammation.

To reduce gout symptoms, in addition to dietary changes, you also need to balance the acidity of your gut flora. 

What is still important tackling pathogens in your intestinal flora. Think of overgrowth of bacteria, stubborn ones stomach bacteria, fungi, yeasts and parasites. Because of these pathogens you have a chance to develop leaky gut that has a huge influence on gout complaints.

The leaky gut (leaky gut syndrome) is a condition in which the inner lining of the intestinal tract is permeable, allowing toxins, bacteria, and other substances to enter the bloodstream. This can lead to inflammation and an increase in uric acid levels, which can contribute to gout.

gout in the foot

Do you suffer from gout in the foot?

Are you already taking medicines and they no longer work or do you have side effects?

Then you need to tackle a cause of gout! And let it heal naturally. Work with a specialist.

Gout and nutrition

Eating a diet rich in prebiotic and probiotic foods can promote the growth of beneficial bacteria and reduce inflammation.

Foods like yogurt, kimchi, and sauerkraut are all excellent sources of probiotics, while foods like apples, onions, and garlic are good sources of prebiotics.

It may also help to take a high-quality probiotic supplement.

Spices such as turmeric, ginger, and boswellia have been shown to have anti-inflammatory properties. Epsom salt baths are also a great way to reduce inflammation and pain.


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Gout in the foot and elimination

Finally, it is important to reduce or eliminate foods that can trigger gout symptoms.

High-purine foods, such as red meat, shellfish, and alcohol, can all increase your risk of a gout flare-up.

It's also important to stay hydrated and maintain a healthy weight, as being overweight can increase your risk of gout flare-ups.

An imbalance of the microbiota can lead to inflammation and an increase in uric acid levels, both of which can contribute to gout.

I also came with the gout in the foot. But I was surprised that Elena wanted to adjust my intestinal flora... haha, I said then and I did everything anyway. No regrets! My gout after many years is almost gone. We need these kind of doctors!
Dear Elena, I'm glad I found you online. I looked for someone who could help me with the Helicobacter Pylori stomach bacteria, because after more than 10 years and several antibiotics I couldn't get rid of it. And now to have developed several other complaints. I look forward to the next steps we will take. Your knowledge, skills and how you think along is something I don't often come across. I cannot describe in words how happy I am. Thank you for being who you are. A lot of love
Maria Dozelencic
Social worker
Thank you Elena, it was also an eye opening for me that all inflammation in your body is caused by your gut microbiota. Also done everything, no more problems with the gout, I feel 20 years younger!
David Boersma
Independent entrepreneur


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