What? A Gout Medicine for Heart Attack Prevention?

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  1. I would go berberine and keto x intermittent fasting
    Colchicine? side effect rhabdomyolysis. combine it with a statine to boost the rhabdomyolysis
    so i keep it to my regime instead without the rhabdo and without statines

  2. Cheers for this, I been tryin to find out about "how to avoid heart attack" for a while now, and I think this has helped. Have you ever come across – Meyhristian Astounded Mastery – (search on google )?

    It is a good exclusive product for discovering how to deal with heart disease minus the normal expense. Ive heard some unbelievable things about it and my m8 got excellent success with it.

  3. Got rid of moms(91) gout with pure cherry juice( shot glass a day) … next juice we will try will be elderberry for new findings in colds n flu

  4. Thank you Dr. Brewer. You have really been on a roll putting out well done very informative videos lately. I was fortunate enough come to your channel today while you were doing the live stream. Please count me as one of the viewers who really appreciates your long detailed videos. We have plenty of internet chiropractors telling us what to do for our health in 3 minute sounds bites. Like Rhonda Patrick and Ivor Cummins, you get deep into the science and explain why it is not always so cut and dry.
    Question: Can Pitavastatin (Livalo) be taken in low dose, perhaps every other day, as one can do with Crestor, to get the anti-inflammatory benefits? I have very high LPA, which Lipitor raises about 20%. I am hoping that Livalo will not have this effect on LPA. I have not yet found any published literature on this and may need to conduct my own n= 1 experiment.

  5. Here are a couple of links to metformin inhibiting the exercise adaptive response and muscle building that Dr. Brewer mentioned. I personally still take metformin on the days when I am not exercising vigorously because I am older and have risk factors.
    https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC6351883/
    https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/full/10.1111/acel.13039

  6. I had to deal with pericarditis for over a year, every thirty days like clockwork it would come back. First doctor told me I was having a heart attack, put me in an ambulance and sent me to the emergency room, 8000 dollars later, no heart attack. The next P.A. told me she "didn't know" gave me a muscle relaxer and sent me home. The next doctor told me I had GERDs. put me on a bunch of aluminum and sent me home. The pain increased to being just as bad sitting up as laying down, I went to a different emergency room, walked through the door and the E.R. doc called it right away, pericarditis . Long story short, one night in the hospital 20000 dollars later, Colchicine is the only thing that helped. If you are prescribed Colchicine, use goodRX and get a coupon. Now doing OMAD and a one ingredient diet, as well as a three day fast once a month.

  7. Colchicine is not cheap. Some money guys repatented the broker and jacked the price. Unless you have insurance it a crazy expensive drug.

  8. I’ve been on Colchocine for gout since 2016 prn. After a friend took it for inflammation post CABG, I did some research and started taking low dose daily. It wasn’t enough by itself but in conjunction with low dose 2/week pitavastatin, keto, IF, exercise. Etc it’s holding my crp down to .76 and then unreadably low end of range. Somethings working. One caution, there’s not much room between normal dosage and toxic dosage. 1 pt 6 is normal, two for a gout attack. If you took 4 or 5 you could hurt yourself. .

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