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[WARNING] Gout Linked to THIS Deadly Disease

Dear Reader,

If you live with gout, you know just how miserable life can be.

Because this “king’s disease” is anything BUT the royal treatment.

Some nights you lie awake with pain. Or sometimes the pain gets so bad you’re forced to hobble around.

But I’m here to tell you that this disease could also be working against you in a MUCH bigger way.

Gout has now been linked to a frighteningly dangerous health hazard.

And it could be deadly.

Gout could lead to heart failure.

In a new study analysis, researchers have discovered that gout patients have a bigger chance of being rushed to the hospital with a heart attack…

And that some of these patients never went home.

The researchers gathered data from a four-year largescale study to support their theory that the two disease were linked.

The participants, 65 and older, were given a baseline physical and then called every six months to follow up. They left out any patients who had a history of heart disease.

And they found that their theory was true: the participants with gout had a significantly HIGHER chance of heart failure.

Gout has also been linked in the past to hypertension and obesity, which can both INCREASE your chance of heart failure as well.

The researchers also noted that the risk was also increased by inflammation and insulin resistance, two conditions that usually appear alongside gout.

But are things you can do to give yourself a fighting chance.

Lower your risk of gout by drinking tart cherry juice. Cherry juice lowers the harmful uric acid that causes gout.

You can also help take some of the strain off of your system by taking berberine to lower dangerous glucose levels, and curcumin to lower inflammation.

 

Fighting For Your Health,

 

Susan White

Executive Director, Alliance for Advanced Health