How many times have you asked yourself this question?  What has been your best answer?  
Have a look all the way down at the bottom - I have a new gout diet recipe for you from
What To Eat For Gout

The interesting thing about killing gout is that, what works for you might not work for me, and vice-versa.  We are all "bio-individual" - all the things you've done to yourself over the course of you lifetime to give yourself gout, are different than the things I did to myself.  Our biochemistry is different - that's all there is to it.

However, there are a few constants that work for a broad range of us gout folks.  There are different foods to take advantage of and different home remedies that seem to work with some consistency.

But here is the tricky thing to keep on top of:  Not only are we biochemically different than our gout neighbor, but from day-to-day, our own biochemistry changes and morphs.

Because of that, you might do well with eating a certain way or depending on a given home remedy or herbal concoction, then one day it stops working.
Check out this post - Gout Killer Ronald has some really great insight that just might help you in your quest to kill the gout:

What Can I Do About Gout?

Ronald really hits the nail on the head, doesn't he?  His suggestions for "newbies" is really good!

What jumps out at me the most though is that his ideas all point back to one thing:

Be Prepared. 

Being prepared is a huge piece of being successful with your #killgout plan.

In this convenience-driven, modern society, we all let ourselves become too dehydrated, eat poor quality foods, go too long between feedings, forget to exercise, and don't get enough good sleep.

Heck, those are all the same reasons people are getting sick all the time anyway!

Get some ideas from Ronald.  Make a plan. Muster up the discipline to stick with it.  You can do it.  You are a Gout Killer in training!

Please take the time to read this post.  Killing gout is not as hard as you might think.  It is a learn-able skill.  You just have to prepare yourself to do battle!

Thank you!

PS:  Join the conversation over on The Gout Killer Facebook Page! 

(and...what are you breathing? not VIRUSES I hope! clean up your indoor air quality!

               All The Best,

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#57)  Gout Friendly Shepherd’s Pie
Prep Time:  30 minutes       
Cook Time:  60 minutes*
Serves:  6

  • 2 large organic sweet potatoes (peeled and cubed)
  • 1lb free range ground turkey
  • 1 large white onion (chopped)
  • 1 cup broccoli (chopped)
  • 1 cup carrots (chopped)
  • 2 cloves garlic (minced)
  • 1 tsp sea salt
  • 1 tsp fresh ground black pepper
  • ½ tsp dried thyme
  • ½ tsp dried rosemary
  • 4 tbsp organic tomato paste
  • ½ cup organic coconut milk (BPA-free can)
  •  2 tbsp coconut oil
First, get your sweet potatoes steaming to soften them. 

Then, heat a large skillet on medium-low, melt 1 tbsp of the coconut oil, and sauté the garlic & onions until the onions are translucent – then, increase the heat to medium-high and add the ground turkey – break it up so that it is distributed evenly through the skillet.  When the turkey is almost completely cooked, remove from the pan and set aside.

In the same hot skillet, add the other tbsp of coconut oil and sauté the broccoli and carrots for about 5 minutes, or until soft.  
Now preheat your oven to 350 degrees, and grease a 9 x 13 Pyrex pan with coconut oil. (you can do this all in one big cast iron skillet if you have one)

Mix the broccoli & carrots and the turkey, onions & garlic together in a large mixing bowl, and add the tomato paste and spices – mix well.

In a separate mixing bowl, take your softened sweet potatoes and combine them with the coconut milk – mash and mix until smooth. 
Now, pack a generous layer of the turkey & vegetable mixture into the bottom of the Pyrex pan.  Then spread a layer of the mashed sweet potatoes over the turkey layer.  Pop the pan into the oven for 20 minutes.

When nearly finished, change the heat to broil and allow the top layer to broil for about 2 to 3 minutes, just to get a little crispy and browned for extra texture. 

This is a simple dish that will set you up with a couple of extra #killgout lunches!

For more nutrition information and gout diet recipes:
What To Eat For Gout    

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