Did you know that thousands of people each year will use a natural gout remedy to free themselves from the bondage of gout pain? Not pain killers… Not medication… just simple remedies that work to flush uric acid.
And you can learn how to cure gout by flushing uric acid too. If you are looking for a simple, yet effective, way to cure gout, you have found the right place!
Here are some simple natural gout remedies that worked hundreds of years ago (before expensive prescription pain killers) and still work today.
5 Secrets for a Natural Gout Remedy
As you may know, gout was once named the 'disease of kings' because so many royalty had this painful form of arthritis. Currently, most of the western world lives like a king or queen. Therefore, there are thousands of cases of gout reported. Fortunately, there are numerous ways to cure this painful problem.
Because gout is caused by the body not flushing uric acid effectively, here are some tips to help your body do a better job.
1. Because uric acid is flushed through your urine, it is important to continue to stay well hydrated. Water has numerous benefits which can help with your gout problem. By drinking plenty of water you can lose weight which can decrease your chances of gout. By drinking water you can naturally flush uric acid which causes gout.
2. You may also wish to allow your diet to help flush uric acid! You can do this by eating plenty of dietary water soluble fiber which is in fruits and vegetables. Fiber also allows your body to flush more impurities, toxins and uric acid. You should try to eat 5-6 servings a day.
3. The pain in your toe is from uric acid crystals between the joints. A good way to dissolve the uric acid crystals is with a baking soda remedy. Because baking soda is a buffer which will neutralize acid, it can be used to dissolve the uric acid crystals. All you need to do is add a half of teaspoon of baking soda to 8 ounces of water and drink up. You should try this 3 times per day.
4. Fresh parsley is also a very popular herbal remedy among my customers. You should try to supplement parsley daily. Parsley is a natural diuretic which can help your body flush out uric acid.
5. Lastly, you should also supplement a B complex vitamin which will help the body convert uric acid into assorted harmless components. You should take 350 mg of complete B complex daily.
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Saturday, 31 January 2009
Thursday, 29 January 2009
Healthy Lifestyle Interest
Key for healthy lifelong
Healthy key to life is practise healthy lifestyle:Healthy key to life is practise healthy lifestyle:
* Eat healthily
* Do not smoke
* Doing physical activity
* Learn to handle stres
Healthy lifestyle interest:
* Increase your health status
* Reduce risk you get variety of diseases like diabetes, heart attack, stroke (wind Ahmar)
and high blood pressure.
* Make you seem and feel better
* Enable you own stamina and overpotential to enjoy
Enjoy varieties of food
Eat follow orderly time (Three major mealtime – breakfast, lunch and dinner) ·
Choose daily food based on Food Pyramid. ·
Choose low food sugar, salt and fat.
Monday, 26 January 2009
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Sunday, 25 January 2009
Here are some of her "don'ts" to keep the situation from getting worse as you right yourself financially:
1. Don't borrow more money. Sounds like a no-brainer, right? But in a money crisis, people tend to do the opposite.
"Some people engage in a shell game with themselves," says Warren.
"They pay more down to creditors than they really can afford, leaving themselves with no cash.
" Then they charge current expenses. "They're caught on a treadmill," she says. If you've hit a financial crisis, stop borrowing.
2. Don't cash out your retirement. "There's a reason that money is protected from your creditors," says Warren.
"It's there to protect you when you will not be able to provide for yourself."
No matter what you've signed, you shouldn't feel any obligation to use it for debts.
"When the creditors made their bargains with you, they never expected to be able to reach your retirement," says Warren. "Don't give it up voluntarily."
3. Don't take out a home equity loan or second mortgage. "It is so tempting," she says.
Here's why it's a bad idea: If you're having trouble meeting the bills, unsecured creditors (such as credit card companies) can't take your home.
But if you borrow against it, the new lender can. And if you later decide to file for bankruptcy, the home is usually protected. Unless you've used it as collateral.
4. Don't file for bankruptcy until the crisis is over. "Filing too soon, that is before the crisis is over and the debt hemorrhage has stopped, can leave the person in worse shape," says Warren.
"Because the problem continues, the debts mount up and now bankruptcy is not available."
For instance, if you got into the situation because you lost your job, wait until you are securely in a new job and have some assurances of stability before you file.
If medical bills are the problem, see if you can wait until the crisis is over and you know you won't be adding new bills to the pile. And if it's a divorce, wait until the papers are signed and you have all your legal bills and know more about your new circumstances.
"Bankruptcy shouldn't be based on the debts you've built up," says Warren. "Bankruptcy should be a strategy to emerge. It isn't about dealing with an immediate problem. It's about making a better future."
5. Don't panic. "You have options," says Warren. But it's really difficult to plan when all you can see are the creditors you have and the dollars you don't.
"People feel very alone when something goes wrong, and they often feel they are the only ones facing a financial crisis," she says. "And they aren't.
"If you tried your best and ended up in a hole, then don't beat yourself up," says Warren.
"And don't assume you're the only one who couldn't figure out how to win 100 per cent of the time in the great financial game. This is temporary. You'll come back."
Stanislaw “Stas” Gunkel is unlike most 7-year-old's, he likes to spend his time blogging about politics, Barrack Obama, and Sarah Palin on his blog Report from Planet Stas‘. Stas wrote about Barrack Obama on his blog and says that one day he wants to be just like him, Barrack Obama heard about this and sent Stas a thank you letter.
I leave you with three bits of advice that will make your life more fulfilling: Look out for other people, even when it does not directly benefit you; strive to make a difference everywhere you go; and get back up every time you are knocked down."
This news was enough to get the mainstream media all excited and landed him an interview on NBC Chicago
It is possible that Stanislaw could one day become one of our top young bloggers .
I would like to take this opportunity to Wish All of you out there a Very Happy Chinese New Year.. May The Year of the Ox bring all of us more Happiness and Prosperity to all of us and our families..
My Wish for this neew year is to Let us all stay united regardless of what race or religion we are from.
Please do forgive me if any of my posting or comments has hurt any of you out there. I was merely just giving my personal views.
From deep down my heart, GONG XI FA CAI..
MELAKA, 6 Dec 08 Awarded Bollywood Shah Rukh Khan's famous performers Darjah Mulia Seri Melaka (DMSM) which brought title Datuk assent prayer after Istiadat Penganugerahan Darjah Kebesaran's special session Malacca State to the popular actor in Dewan Seri State, Ayer Keroh here, today.
Award delivered Tun Mohd Khalil Yaakob's Yang Dipertua Negeri Of Malacca in conjunction with his birthday celebration 70th in 11 last October.
Shah Rukh Khan are born in New Delhi in 1965, is between 77 given recipient the degree.
--fotoBERNAMA HAKCIPTA TERPELIHARA
LUMPUR's MOUTH 6 Nov. - Government paid amounted ex-gratia RM10.5 millions to the former Lord Presidents, Tun Salleh Abas and five more senior judge container.
Minister in Prime Minister's Department, Datuk Seri Mohamed Nazri Aziz says, that payment is:
- Tun Salleh amounted RM5 millions - Tan Sri Azmi Kamaruddin RM2juta - Tan Sri George Edward Seah Kim Seng RM2juta - Tan Sri Wan Hamzah Mohd. Salleh - RM500,000
- Allahyarham Tan Sri Eusoffe Abdolcadeer - RM500,000
- Allahyarham Tan Sri Wan Suleiman Pawanteh - RM500,000
Saturday, 24 January 2009
POLICYMAKERS should include investment, employment and economic security policies in national development strategies to move ahead of the current global financial and economic crisis, said a senior United Nations (UN) official.
Dr K.S. Jomo, who is UN assistant secretary-general for economic development in the Department of Economic and Social Affairs, says such a strategy is crucial to ensure delivery of important development targets such as poverty reduction.
He said that while emerging (equities) markets in Asia have plunged by about 50% on average, which has had a negative impact on the average household income and wealth, the financial position of many developing countries is in much better shape than during the previous financial crises in Asia and Latin America.
The stronger financial position is due to strong foreign reserves and better fiscal balances, he said at a public lecture entitled, “The global financial crisis and the economic slowdown: Implications for South-East Asia and the UN Response”, on Thursday night. The event was organised by the UN in Malaysia and the Institute of Strategic and International Studies (ISIS).
“(The year) 2009 will see a 10% drop in foreign direct investments, and a marked slowdown in export growth, especially in Asia. This in turn will result in a significant slowdown in industrial production.Slower growth will also undermine progress in fighting poverty and achieving the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs),” he adds.
Jomo, who also sits on the Commission of Experts on International Monetary and Financial System Reform, highlighted several policy priorities for countries in Asia, home to the majority of the world’s poorest.
The priorities include reflating the economy, fiscal and monetary measures to spur domestic demand and limit the spread of the crisis across borders and to the real economy.
“To offset weakening foreign demand and contracted export earnings, public spending targeted at infrastructure, alternative energy, health and education is key to stimulating the domestic economy.
“At the same time, governments should look at investment and technology policies that can help diversify the economy, which is crucial for long-term development,” Jomo says.
He suggests that while the world is bracing for an unavoidable immediate global downturn, decisions made by policymakers at national, regional and international levels today would be decisive in determining the length and severity of the present recession.
“Developing countries must take steps today to ensure prudent financial regulation and capital account management techniques that can stem undesirable and excessive capital inflows and to avoid sudden, disruptive large outflows. Equally important is affordable financing channelled toward productive long-term investments, for example, through development banks,” he says.
He points out that the root causes of the financial crisis are neglected global imbalances, overzealous financial liberalisation and also, the failure of the Bretton Woods institutions and rich countries in providing leadership.
Jomo says there is a need for greater inclusiveness, balance and cooperation in reshaping the international financial architecture.
“While these are difficult times for all, the current crisis provides a window of opportunity to lock in reforms to the international financial system and to invest in strategies for sustainable and equitable growth,” he says.
Americans placed their faith in Barack Obama today, turning their backs on a past of slavery and segregation and electing the first African-American to the US presidency.
The significance and scale of his victory was recognised today by the outgoing president and commander in chief, George Bush.
"No matter how they cast their ballots, all Americans can be proud of the history that was made yesterday," he said, adding that Obama's "journey represents a triumph of the American story".
In a brief address, Bush said it would be a "striking" sight when Obama and his family came to the White House, and that he had already invited him to visit.
Bush's words came hours after Obama's election party in Chicago, where there were raucous celebration and tears of joy when the US TV networks declared just after 11pm ET (4am GMT) that the Democratic candidate had been voted America's 44th president.
He was carried to victory by record voter turnout across the country, giving him a wider margin over his opponent, John McCain, than any other president in the past two decades.
At least 134 million Americans participated in the election, according to early estimates, representing more than 60% of eligible voters and shattering the previous record of 122 million.
Obama, accompanied to the podium in his home city of Chicago by his wife, Michelle, and their two daughters, alluded to the historic nature of his victory.
"If there is anyone out there who still doubts that America is a place where all things are possible; who still wonders if the dream of our founders is alive in our time; who still questions the power of our democracy, tonight is your answer," he said in his acceptance speech.
"It's been a long time coming, but tonight, because of what we did on this day, in this election, at this defining moment, change has come to America."
The Illinois senator spoke moments after McCain made a gracious concession speech in front of his supporters in Phoenix, Arizona, bringing the election to a close after nearly two tumultuous years.
"We have come to the end of a long journey. The American people have spoken and they have spoken clearly," McCain said.
The defeated Republican said America had come a long way from the racial injustices that were a stain on the country's history, and called for the country to unite behind Obama.
He said he deeply admired and commended Obama for winning an "historic election".
McCain's acclaim was followed by hearty praise from world leaders, reflecting broad support for Obama in most international capitals.
Gordon Brown called the president-elect "a true friend of Britain", declaring that "I know Barack Obama and we share many values". The opposition leader, David Cameron, hailed Obama as "the first of a new generation of leaders".
The German chancellor, Angela Merkel, said she looked forward to "closer and more trusting cooperation between the United States and Europe" under Obama - a veiled reference to the frustration George Bush often elicited from overseas allies.
The scale of the victory exceeded Democratic expectations, with Obama projected to win 338 electoral votes to McCain's 129.
Obama's successes in the White House race were matched by Democratic wins in congressional seats. The backlash against Bush provided the Democrats with one of their most satisfying wins of the night, ousting the veteran Republican Elizabeth Dole.
A shock twist was developing in Alaska as the Republican Ted Stevens clung to a narrow lead in his race, despite being convicted on corruption charges last week. If he is declared a winner today, Stevens could face expulsion from Congress.
McCain's hopes began unravelling when networks projected Obama would win Pennsylvania, the state where the Republican planned to make his last stand.
An even bigger setback for McCain followed when networks projected Ohio would go to Obama. The state decided the 2004 race between Bush and John Kerry.
Piling on the humiliation for the Republican, Obama was projected to win Virginia, the first time the state has voted for a Democrat in a presidential race since Lyndon Johnson in 1964.
Obama was projected to hold on to all the states the Democrats took in 2004, and win half a dozen or more of the battleground states that had been held by the Republicans.
The Democrat was projected to win New Hampshire, Connecticut, Delaware, Washington DC, Illinois, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts and New Jersey. McCain was projected to win Oklahoma, Tennessee, Kentucky, Georgia and South Carolina.
Fears that many white voters would in the privacy of the polling booth fail to vote for a black candidate appeared to be unfounded.
Americans voted in record numbers throughout the day as they finally got the chance to turn their backs on Bush's disastrous presidency and choose a new leader after America's longest and costliest election campaign.
From the eastern shores of Virginia, across the industrial heartland of Ohio, and on to the Rocky mountain states of Colorado and New Mexico and beyond, poll workers and voters reported long lines and waits of several hours in the most eagerly anticipated US election for half a century.
Turnout was at levels not seen since women were first given the vote in 1920. Election officials predicted turnout would come close to 90% in Virginia and Colorado, and 80% in Ohio and Missouri.
The chance to choose America's first black president drew out more minority voters than in recent elections, turnout experts said. White voters represented 81% of the US electorate eight years ago and 74% this year, according to exit polls.
The odds had been stacked against McCain from the start, linked, as he was, to Bush, with his near-record low popularity ratings, hostility towards the Iraq war and an impending recession. But McCain managed to hold his own until mid-September, when the Wall Street crash saw Obama open up a commanding lead.
Obama will inherit horrendous economic problems that will limit the scope of his ambitions. In his final rallies, Obama was already tempering his early promise of change with warnings about how he would have to curb some of his more ambitious plans, trying to lower expectations that he would be able to move quickly on healthcare and education reform.
Independent election monitors reported sporadic instances of delayed openings of polling stations, broken voting machines, ballot shortages, voter confusion and occasional abuse in a number of battleground states including Florida, Ohio, Colorado, Pennsylvania and Virginia.
Barbara Han and others provided the following explanation and rough translations:
Field mouse jumps between the branches,
and makes the shadow of the moon wobble.
An ox ploughing the field ...
Nice smell fills the valley.
These poems describes the winter mouse, meaning the last year, and the springtime ox, meaning this year.
The middle horizontal line says Happy New Year.
The middle character is 'Good luck' and is upside down. There is a meaning to this as well, about the good luck coming to you, and not going after it or holding on:
The middle character means good luck, good fortune, happiness, and so on, and its pronunciation is 'Fu'. Why is this character upside down? That is because the pronunciation of 'upside down' is 'Dao le' in Chinese, which is the same as another character meaning arriving, reaching, so when a guest enters your home and sees the poem, they might say 'oh, Fu Dao le', which sounds like 'good luck reaching your home', which are perfect words for you.
I hope you enjoy and appreciate this as much as I do. Happy New Year, good luck letting go, and good new beginnings every day and every moment!