TagGout Myths

Gout myths make it very hard for gout sufferers to find the right information. I was angry when I first learned how widespread gout misinformation is. So angry, I started this website. And please do not think that gout myths only exist on the Internet. There’s a very good chance that your doctor believes in some of the gout myths. You are going to have to learn why these myths are wrong so you can teach your doctor what is needed to control your gout.

Dangerous Baking Soda For Gout

Baking soda for gout is often pushed as a natural gout treatment. But, it isn’t natural. Because it’s a dangerous chemical that has serious side-effects, even under medical supervision. Here, I explain the dangers of baking soda for gout. Then I describe better, safer alternatives to baking soda when treating gout. Baking Soda for Gout:…

Medical Disclaimer: The pupose of GoutPal is to provide jargon-free explanations of medical gout-related terms and procedures. Because gout sufferers need to know what questions to ask their doctor. Also, you need to understand what your doctor tells you. So this website explains gout science. But it is definitely NOT a substitute for medical advice.

Information on this website is provided by a fellow gout sufferer (Keith Taylor) with an accountant's precision for accurate data. But no medical qualifications. So you must seek professional medical advice about gout and any other health matters.

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