By Kelly Bird, Recipe Junkies
This recipe book is printed both in paperback & eBook formats for your convenience. Gout relief is here. With a healthy diet, and consultation from your qualified practitioner, you can aid in relieving your gout. These home made recipes, can help in doing just that. Check out some of the delicious, and healthy recipes Kelly has for you today… Polenta Arepas (vegan) Chickpea Casserole Tempeh Fajitas Chicken Teriyaki Stir Fry Kale, Lentil, and Red Onion Pasta Butter Fettucine Teriyaki Tofu and Pineapple Tortillas and Rice Tofu and Red Bell Peppers Broccoli Curry Risotto Almond and Quinoa Salad Tofu Fajitas Vegan Chili Veggie Burger with Cucumber Salad Sesame Tofu and Broccoli Pot Pie Muffin Stuffed Sweet Potatoes Veggie Pita Tofu Kebabs and Cilantro Chicken Nuggets and Chinese Veggie Salad Vegan Salad Pizza (Gout Friendly Version) Barley and Winter Green Pesto Garbanzo Cake and Avocado Veggie Burger Quesadilla Vegan Paella Celery Root Soup Spicy Quinoa and Edamame Roast Beef Wraps Black Eyed Peas and Collard Greens and Turnips Honeyed Corn Black Bean Quesadilla (Vegan Version) Baked Tofu and Roasted Pepper Red Bell Pepper (stuffed) Baked Pepper Taquitos White Beans and Chard Baked Chicken Wings Miso Soup and Napa Cabbage Stuffed Pepper Melt Chinese Porridge (Vegan Version) Roasted Chicken and White Pepper Swiss Chard and Garbanzo Beans Garbanzo Curry Peaches with Berry Sauce Ice Cream Cornflake and Berries Cereal These recipes are not intended to treat or cure any type of diseases. Always consult your Doctor, before changing or adding to your diet. These are home made recipes, created by the author, to aid in their search for gout relief. Gout is defined as a type of disease where the affected individual suffers from repeated attacks from inflamed arthritis, particularly in the lower limbs and the joints. Gout currently affects roughly 1-2% of the population in the United States (most of those males), but unfortunately, that number is steadily rising. Additional symptoms of gout, beyond the intense pain in the affected areas, includes swelling in the joints, fever, fatigue, and a greater risk for developing even more painful kidney stones. As with any disease or medical conditions, it’s important that those with gout adopt lifestyle choices that minimize the intensity of pain that they feel from their condition. One of those lifestyle changes has to be a change in diet, because there are certain foods that can make gout worse but also others that can make it better. The worst foods for gout are those that are rich in purine, such as red meats, seafood, or breads, because purine is made up of uric acids that if released into the body will only increase the swelling around the joints and thus make the pain worse. On the flip side of things, anti-purine foods will allow you to enjoy a delicious meal while avoiding the ingredients that can cause your pain to flare up. If you’ve been suffering from gout for too long and need to find meals that you can enjoy while simultaneously minimizing your pain, then you’ve come to the right place. Enjoy!