2 years Gout Attack free

Hi It's Sean here,

I wanted to write a quick post to say it has been over 2 years now since I have had a full blown gout attack and GC has been the answer. I used to have a gout attack every 2-3 months ( more in summer ) and had a constant ache in my big toe. When I started taking GC I noticed the ache started to disappear after about 2 weeks of taking 3 pills a day. I took a bottle of Pro-biotics at the beginning to heal my intestines/stomach and started to take a multi-vitamin daily.

After 2 years I am down to 2 GC's a day. I take 1 in the morning with a big glass of water, and one in the evening after dinner again with a big glass of water. I take a Body boost multi-vitamin a day with breakfast and this does me fine. I am now at a stage where I can pretty much eat anything I want, enjoy the odd beer, seafood pizza, anchovies and high purine foods that used to set me off into a week of pain. GC has given me my life back.

One of the first questions I get asked when someone calls me is. Does Gout Care (GC) work ? My answer is a resounding YES IT DOES !!

I and many,many others around the world are proof that a 100 % natural herbal health product can remedy symptoms from gouty arthritis, without the need to take a prescription medicine with potentially more ongoing side effects.

Sean Hills

Gout Care Pacific



Four stages of Gout

Literally translated, arthritis means "joint inflammation." It refers to more than 100 different diseases that affect the joints. Gout accounts for approximately 5 percent of all cases of arthritis. The disease can progress through four stages:

  1. Asymptomatic (without symptoms) hyperuricemia - In this stage, a person has elevated levels of uric acid in the blood (hyperuricemia), but no other symptoms. Treatment is usually not required.
  2. Acute gout, or acute gouty arthritis - In this stage, hyperuricemia has caused the deposit of uric acid crystals in joint spaces. This leads to a sudden onset of intense pain and swelling in the joints, which also may be warm and very tender. An acute attack commonly occurs at night and can be triggered by stressful events, alcohol or drugs, or the presence of another illness. Attacks usually subside within 3 to 10 days, even without treatment, and the next attack may not occur for months or even years. Over time, however, attacks can last longer and occur more frequently.
  3. Interval or intercritical gout - This is the period between acute attacks. In this stage, a person does not have any symptoms.
  4. Chronic tophaceous gout - This is the most disabling stage of gout. It usually develops over a long period, such as 10 years. In this stage, the disease may have caused permanent damage to the affected joints and sometimes to the kidneys. With proper treatment, most people with gout do not progress to this advanced stage.

Gout often thought of as just a man’s disease.

Gout is often thought of as a man's disease and associated with sudden sharp, burning pain in the big toe. It's true that until middle age, more men than women get gout, but after menopause, women catch up in the statistics. And gout can hit more than the big toe: Other joints including parts of the feet, ankles, knees, fingers, wrists and elbows can be affected.

Gout resurgence!

Gout is having a resurgence, fueled by increasing rates of obesity and poor diet. The number of U.K. cases soared 64 percent from 1997 to 2012, according to a study in the journal Annals of the Rheumatic Diseases, while in the U.S. 8.3 million people, or 4 percent of the population, had the illness in 2011, according to a study.