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When gout goes untreated, it can possibly lead to a world of discomfort and pain...

But the good news is that it does not necessarily have to be this way...

People who have gout will tell you how uncomfortable and sore their joints become when their gout flares up. But what most gout sufferers don't know is that they can treat it in a completely natural manner. 

What is gout?

To put it very simply, gout is inflammation caused by too much uric acid in the body. This inflammation usually affects the joints the most, causing "crystals" to build around the joints which cause the immense pain any gout sufferer knows all too well. 


What are the symptoms of gout?

Most of the time, the symptoms of gout are very sudden and painful. It often occurs in the middle of the night and can be so painful that it wakes you from your sleep. Symptoms include:

  • Joint pain

The most common place where gout is found is in the joint at the base of the big toe. It can however occur in many other places such as the rest of the feet, ankles, knees, hands and fingers, and of course the joints located in the wrists.

It has been found that the pain is at its worst round about 12 to 24 hours after it has first started.

  • Constant discomfort

After the worst pain has gone away, discomfort is still felt in the joints. This discomfort might be present for a few days or sometimes even a few weeks. Gout that appears after the initial attack is likely to last longer and be more widely spread than the first time.

  • Redness and inflammation
The involved joints become swollen sensitive and red.


What complications can gout lead to?

Gout can lead to more severe conditions, for example:

  • Recurrent gout

Some people may never experience any symptoms of gout after the first time, whereas others may suffer from the effects of it several times per year. People with recurrent gout can prevent gout attacks from returning by using medication.

  • Advanced gout

Gout that is left untreated can cause urate crystal deposits to form underneath the skin in nodules referred to as "tophi" (pronounced TOE-fi). Tophi can develop in a variety of parts such as your fingers, hands, feet, elbows or Achilles tendons. Tophi usually are not painful, but during gout attacks, they become sensitive and swollen.

  • Kidney stones

People with gout may experience urate crystals forming in the urinary tract, resulting in kidney stones. The risk of developing kidney stones can be reduced by using the correct medication.


How is gout treated?

The easy option would be to just take a few Manna pH Balance capsules and continue with your lifestyle, here are a few tips to take it even further...


With the right combination of lifestyle changes, eating certain foods, as well as avoiding certain things, gout does not have to be a problem.

  1. Drink More Water
Changing your diet may help you manage chronic gout and help symptoms such as joint pain. Start by drinking more water, because dehydration might trigger gout attacks. One study showed that men who drank five to eight glasses of water in a 24-hour period had a 40% lower risk of gout attacks. But avoid sugary sodas, which may raise your risk.


  1. Find a Diet That Works for You
Being overweight raises your risk of gout. So eat a balanced diet and lose excess weight it can help your symptoms. Talk with your doctor about making diet changes. You may find that you can eat some foods without having a gout attack. Other foods may cause your body to react or may make your gout worse, though.


  1. Avoid Flare-Up Foods
Weight loss is the most effective way to manage gout, but you also may benefit from eating a low-purine diet. Purines are found naturally in many foods. Your body breaks them down into uric acid. Too much uric acid in your blood causes gout. Some foods, like organ meats, sardines, and anchovies, are high in purines and can cause flare-ups. The good news is that many healthy options, like beans, lentils, and asparagus, have fewer purines. Talk to your doctor about what you can safely eat.


  1. Eat Plenty of Fruits
Fruits provide good, fibre-filled carbohydrates and other nutrients that can help you maintain a balanced diet and healthy weight. Plus, they tend to have very few purines. Fruits high in vitamin C, like tangerines and oranges, may help prevent gout attacks. Some research shows that cherries or cherry juice can offer relief from gout. Ask your doctor if you should add cherries to your diet.


  1. Choose the Right Carbs
If you follow diets that are low-carb or high in protein or fat, you may get too many purines. Processed carbohydrates like white bread and white-flour pasta have very few purines but they can lead to weight gain. Instead, focus on healthy carbs with high fiber such as oats, sweet potatoes, beans, and vegetables.


  1. Essential Fats
Eat more foods rich in essential fatty acids, including cold-water fish like tuna and salmon, flaxseed and other seeds, and nuts. Fatty acids may help lower inflammation. Use fatty acid-rich oil, such as olive oil, for cooking and for dressing salads. And try to cut back on, or get rid of, any trans-fats in your diet.


  1. Limit Your Alcohol
Alcohol may raise your risk of a gout attack especially if you have more than one drink a day because its high in purines. Beer appears to be worse than other alcoholic drinks because it contains yeast. Moderate wine drinking doesnt appear to raise your risk, though.


  1. Use Caffeine with Caution
Moderate coffee drinking is thought to be OK for people with gout. And in some people who drink coffee regularly, drinking four or more cups a day may even lower the risk of gout attacks. But caffeinated drinks may raise uric acid levels in some people who drink them just occasionally.


  1. Eat Less Meat
Eat limited amounts of chicken, pork, or lean beef at most, one serving a day. Those types of meat have fewer purines than organ meats like liver and sweetbreads. Other meat products like gravies and meat-based broths are also high in purines.


  1. Enjoy Low-fat Dairy
Dairy products were once off-limits to people with gout because theyre made from animal proteins. But theyre actually low in purines and dairy purines dont seem to cause gout. Low-fat milk and low-fat dairy may even lower your risk of gout by more than 40%. During a gout attack, low-fat dairy products may help you get rid of extra uric acid through your urine.


  1. You Cant Eliminate Purines
You dont need to limit all purines. A few foods that are high in purines dont trigger gout. One study found that peas, beans, mushrooms, cauliflower, spinach, and chicken formerly considered foods to avoid may not be linked to gout attacks.


  1. Manna pH Balance


Manna pH Balance offers natural, effective relief from gout and gout symptoms. This product helps to excrete excess uric acid from the body to give you effective relief without side effects. Manna pH Balance helps to increase the rate of acid excretion, thus treating gout by preventing further inflammation of the joints. The product also assists kidney blood flow rate. The different ingredients work in a synergistic manner to balance the pH of the human body.

Benefits of Manna pH Balance

  • Helps to reduce high acid levels in the body
  • Assists in the relief of arthritis symptoms
  • Helps to relieve gout and gout-related symptoms
  • Assists in the relief of osteoarthritis
  • Balances the pH of the body

What are the ingredients of Manna pH Balance?

If you observe the ingredients below, you will see why this product is formulated for ultimate pH Balance enhancement. We only use 5 ingredients in the product to get the highest effect from each individual ingredient.

  • Eucalyptus extract (Flavonoids and Polyphenols) 

The Anti-Oxidant properties (ORAC Value) in the Flavonoids and Polyphenols from this natural Eucalyptus extract is even higher than grape seed extract. The Anti-Viral and Anti-Inflammatory properties are also very high, assisting in the relief and fighting of inflammation caused by high uric acid levels.

  • Papaya extract 

It is also very rich in antioxidant nutrients flavonoids and carotenes, very high in vitamin C plus A, and low in calories and sodium. Papaya extract helps to increase acid excretion via the kidneys.

  • Aloe Ferox gum (Aloe Bitters) 

Aloe bitters is a strong anti-inflammatory substance that helps with the balancing of pH in the body and acts as an antibiotic, with strong detoxifying properties.

  • Curcuma longa folia (Turmeric)

The active ingredient in turmeric is curcumin. Because of its anti-inflammatory properties, it is a natural treatment for arthritis and rheumatoid arthritis.

  • Parsley 

Parsley acts as a natural diuretic that can help your body flush out excess uric acid from your bloodstream through your kidneys and urinary tract, thus supporting kidney function.


Who can useManna pH Balance?

Anyone suffering from high acid levels, gout, gout symptoms, arthritis, osteoarthritis, etc. can use it.

Is it safe to use?

The ingredients in the product are all sourced from reliable, GMP certified suppliers. Each ingredient is tested for chemical compounds, like fumigation, pesticides, or herbicides. All the ingredients are dietary ingredients and also regarded as safe to use. Also, you cannot overdose on the product.

Can I use it with my current medication?

This product can be used in conjunction with any other medication. When on Warfarin, take the product 2 hours before or 2 hours after the Warfarin.

From our users


"Ever Since I Started Using Manna pH Balance I knew I got the right and quality product when I noticed that the pain and burning in my legs and feet were gone from the high purine acid I had in my body, I can recommend manna pH balance to any person with a high purine acid, it does the job." - Robert 

"My husband suffers from gout, he has to take Puricos daily but he has had side effects from the medicine. Since he has been using the PH balance he hasn't had any attacks and there are no side effects." - Sarah

I started taking Manna pH Balance after being diagnosed with osteoarthritis and odd attacks of Gout. The Rheumatologist put me on a series of medication and not being a "pill" person have now replaced my Puricos with your formula. At least I feel its a more natural ingredient as I believe all these drugs have side effects. I am gout-free now for many many months thank you! - Jill Scott

As a long time sufferer of gout attacks on a regular basis, I tried almost every known remedy proven or unproven when I read about Manna PH BALANCE I thought well what have got to lose I have purchased many others with minor or no results so let me give it a try. Ordered my first batch 4 months ago and have not had one single attack on my next three-month batch, I only take two tablets a day in the morning and no side effects, only complete relief. I would recommend it and do to any GOUT sufferers. It's simply a magical substance. Working for me. Pity I can't get it on the shelf and have to purchase it online. - Mark Hancock

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