This question was submitted by a friend of mine: I suffer from Gout and have attacks on occasion. I have tremendously changed my eating habits and alcohol intake but still suffer from mild to moderate attacks from time to time. Diet, exercise and moderation can control gout - but what can be done to prevent
Quercetin is a plant-derived flavanoid found in many foods such as apples, berries, onions, teas, and grapes. Widely used as an anti-inflammatory supplement, recent studies reveal the energy-boosting properties of this plant derivative. Quercetin naturally increases the amount of mitochondria – your cells power source – in your cells. This provides an influx of extra fuel to
Patients often come to me worried about inflammation. There are a number of questions to answer before determining if inflammation is of real concern, and how to avoid it in the future.