Gout

 

The Koch Molecular Therapy has successfully treated and cured Gout in hundreds of people. A very dehabilitating and painful disease that could lead to even more serious complications. The diet for the Koch Therapy listed in the Detox page applies to all infections and disease. There was no cure for Gout until the Koch Antitoxin which can oxidize the germ causing it and can restore full cell functionality.

Uric acid crystal deposits in the joints lead to sometimes severe cases of gout.

Gout symptoms develop because of a buildup of uric acid in the bloodstream that crystallizes in the joints. It can also materialize in the tendons and bursa—the cushion between the bones and tendons and muscles around a joint. The big toe is the joint most commonly affected by the condition, but the disease can also cause inflammation of the knee, ankle, wrist, hand and elbow joints.

A Word About Diet

Gout has been known as the “disease of kings” because of its past association with a high-meat and alcohol diet, and researchers continue to study foods that may trigger an attack. Foods high in purines, such as organ meats like liver, and seafood including sardines, anchovies, mussels and salmon, have been shown to cause a flare. An additional gout trigger is alcohol, including beer and hard liquor, because it raises uric acid levels.

A full vegetarian diet is required while you are on The Koch molecular therapy until the germ that caused it are totally removed from your body. No alcohol or coffee are permitted while on the therapy.

See the Detox page.