Disease of Kings

 - Gout!

                    
 
                            



• Throughout history, gout has been associated with rich
  foods and excessive alcohol c...
 
                            



• They shown signs of gout attack at very young age and
  it became acute and chronic at...
 
                            



• Wondering who were the rich and famous in our history
  books that suffered from gout?...
 
                             



• King Henry VIII, who lived from 1491 to 1547, was a
  famous victim of gout. It is we...
 
                             



• Now look back at our modern lifestyle, can you the
  number of King Henry VIII among ...
 
                              



• Continuous consumption of highly acidic food and lack
  of exercise (which promote b...
 
                    




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The disease of king gout

  1. 1.     Disease of Kings - Gout!  
  2. 2.     • Throughout history, gout has been associated with rich foods and excessive alcohol consumption, a lifestyle that could only be afforded by the wealthy class of the society. • In the olden days, the kings and their loyal families were the only group of people who had the luxury to enjoy all the meaty food and drown themselves in the sea of alcohol.  
  3. 3.     • They shown signs of gout attack at very young age and it became acute and chronic at the later part of their life which also resulted in other health complications such as heart disease and kidney failure. • This is why some of them died at relatively young ages. This is why gout was popularly known as 'The Disease of Kings' or 'Rich Man's Disease'.  
  4. 4.     • Wondering who were the rich and famous in our history books that suffered from gout? Just to name a few prominent figures here, among the famous gout patient are Alexander the Great, Charlemagne or Charles the Great, Leonardo da Vinci, Voltaire, Sir Isaac Newton, and Charles Darwin. • This is just the tip of the iceberg. If people were more openly discuss about their health problem, more cases will be recorded and you will be surprised by the thousands of names that were listed.  
  5. 5.     • King Henry VIII, who lived from 1491 to 1547, was a famous victim of gout. It is well known that in his later life, he was abhorrently overweight and suffered from gout and possibly syphilis. • However, he had been a very active man in his younger days. It was an accident in 1536 that made him suffered a thigh wound which prevented him from any exercise or physical activities.  
  6. 6.     • Now look back at our modern lifestyle, can you the number of King Henry VIII among us? It is as if everybody is living the king's life. Nice food is abundant and is very much affordable compared to the last few centuries. • It does not take a wounded thigh to cripple us or stop us from some healthy exercise. Cinema-like LCD TV, Computer games, Play Station are just portion of things that stops us from being physically active.  
  7. 7.     • Continuous consumption of highly acidic food and lack of exercise (which promote blood circulation and detoxification) will result in excessive accumulation of uric acids which will crystallize in the joints and trigger gout attack. • It is totally up to you to decide to be a healthy king or gouty king.  
  8. 8.     "And now I would like to invite you to claim your Free Instant Access to one of my comprehensive reports on Common Gout Treatments when you visit http://www.sayonaragout.net.”  

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