Tuesday, July 6, 2010

Black Bean Broth Is A Natural Treatment For Gout

Gout is one of the most painful forms of arthritis. Gout can cause pain, redness, swelling, and stiffness in joints. There is currently no cure for gout, but there are ways that can help you manage the pain.

Black Bean Broth is a natural treatment for Gout. Black Beans are packed with fiber and protein. Not only do they satisfy your hunger, but they will keep you full of energy for hours. Black Bean Broth is becoming more common as a natural food to help manage the pain from gout. Studies have shown that the cooked broth from black beans is highly useful for gout. Black Bean Broth is very easy to make, and should be used as soon as the attack comes on.

To Make Black Bean Broth

Rinse 7oz of beans in cool water. The beans need to be cleaned carefully, making sure all debris and grit is removed.

Cover the beans with about 2 1/2 quarts of water and bring to a boil. Your pot should remain covered to preserve the liquid.

Reduce the heat and let simmer for 90 minutes

Strain the liquid and put the beans to the side. Allow the broth to cool down before consuming.

You should consume this broth 2 times a day to see full results. You can use the beans that were


  1. You have a nice blog and photos.
    Thanks for visiting my recipes blogs.

  2. Thanks for the interesting post.

    We have only got black beans here recently and I am making lots of Vegan Mexican style dishes with them. I mainly purchased due to their high fibre.

  3. hi Ms JM.. thanks for sharing that black beans are goo for gout.. Anyway, over here we have red beans, green beans and kidney beans too. is the red bean called black beans? because we dont have black beans