Symptoms, conditions and causes

Should polyarthritis be treated the same as gout?

No, it's two different things. The gout usually comes from a uric acid problem, a buildup. But gout has to do with the inability of the kidney to release this uric acid. It tends to deposit in your big toe. I will be releasing a very interesting video on what to do if you have that problem, which is some new information, which will explain all the paradoxes and the opposing conflicting things. Because uric acid is supposed to be a potent antioxidant, right? It's one of the biggest predictors of heart disease.

As far as polyarthritis, which is occurring in many, many joints, that can also come from an autoimmune, but also osteo. And there's many different causes for that. But when you deal with inflammation in general, across the board, the best thing to do is to get rid of the omega-6 fatty acids out of your diet, increase the omega-3 fatty acids and take a lot more vitamin D3.

Last updated: Mar 29, 2024 14:12 PM