Improving Uric Acid Therapy Information for Gout Sufferers is a wide-scope review of GoutPal’s uric acid therapy advice. Specifically, this debate will guide the introduction of a better structure for explaining uric acid lowering choices on GoutPal.com. Then, I will develop improvement pages for each affected gout sufferer type.
Improving Uric Acid Therapy Information for Gout Sufferers Audience
Improving Uric Acid Therapy Information for Gout Sufferers is aimed at GoutPal members who want to improve GoutPal facts for gout sufferers. It is not for helping individuals with their own gout management. So, if you have personal questions, please ask in the gout forum. However, if you have relevant experiences and opinions that can help fellow gout sufferers, please leave your comments at the end of this debate.
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Current Uric Acid Therapy Information for Gout Sufferers
These are the pages I have identified for improvement, so far. You can help by adding comments about any other pages you find that are related to Uric Acid Therapies.
Recently, I started a GoutPal Suggestion about Xanthine Oxidase Inhibitors (XOIs) (now replaced by this page). When I noticed I need to improve XOI information on GoutPal. Now, this debate covers uricosurics and other ways to lower uric acid. However, I’ll start with the pages I identified for that suggestion. Then, I can add more pages here as we discover them. Otherwise, I might add them generally to new debates for improving information by specific gout sufferer type.
- Gout Cures: Natural Xanthine Oxidase Inhibitors has structural problems. So, I need to make sure my introduction to this guest post explains it’s audience and intention. Also, I need to add a summary of key points, and make the next step clear. In essence, the post explains 2 herbal XOIs, green tea leaf and resveratrol. So, for the Gout Herbalist, a single link to resveratrol for more information is not enough. In addition, I need green tea leaf study references. Especially explaining catechins.
- Resveratrol Xanthine Oxidase Inhibitor needs to be replaced with a proper layman’s summary of the report. Because Gout Herbalists need to see exactly how to include resveratrol in their herbal gout therapies. Then, the link from #1 will help logical progression through personal gout treatment plans. Also, check for updated research.
- Morin: Uricosuric & Xanthine Oxidase Inhibitor needs to be replaced with a proper layman’s summary of the report. Together with #2, it should distinguish herbal XOIs like morin, from natural XOIs like figs and mulberry.
- Banaba Tea/Extracts is an old discussion from the old forum. Therefore, it needs summarizing on GoutPal.com. Because, it contains a lot of valuable information about XOIs. As well as Banaba (Crape Myrtle), there’s many more in a separate hidden report. But, the report isn’t really hidden. Because when I wrote Natural Uric Acid Inhibitors: Can They Work? I forgot to mention xanthine oxidase inhibitors! Also, I never cross-referenced this report with “Xanthine oxidase inhibition by some medicinal plants”. Despite it containing my personal favorite natural XOI – Onion!
- Finally, Black Bean Broth has been popular with gout forum members for many years. So, it was my first example of a Natural Remedy For Gout. But, now that page needs updating as a hub page for black beans, other legumes, and other natural gout remedies from plants.
So, you can see that GoutPal Dieters and GoutPal Herbalists have lots of options. Also, I haven’t started on pharmaceutical XOIs yet. But, I glanced ahead to see that I haven’t yet mentioned milk, or extracts from caterpillars that have eaten kale! To conclude, for now, I’ll be back with more soon. But, if you are intrigued by that final reference, search for Bugged By Gout!
Your Uric Acid Therapy Information for Gout Sufferers
Please contribute with your experiences and opinions below. You can also ask questions about uric acid therapy in general. But, if you have personal questions about your own gout, please ask in the gout forum.