Common Questions Answered
While Gout Control Advanced may provide fast relief in the middle of a gout attack (depending on your body's physiology and nutrition requirements), it has been designed to prevent future gout attacks when taken over a longer period of time.
Some customers have found fast relief by "mega dosing". This means taking 2 capsules 3 times per day for 2-3 days in a row, before reverting to the directed 2 capsules per day.
Gout Control Advanced works by supporting the body in regulating uric acid levels. You should notice uric acid levels start to drop after the first 2-3 weeks.
How long it takes to get your uric acid levels in to a "safe zone" depends on how high your uric acid levels are to begin with, as well as many other factors such as age, gender, ethnicity, weight and diet.
It is recommended to take Gout Control Advanced as described for as long as possible to maintain ongoing healthy uric acid levels.
The capsules are a standard dietary supplement capsule size in an easy to swallow vegetable capsule.
The size of one capsule is 22mm long by 8mm in diameter.
The capsules are very easy to swallow, with only 2 required with a meal each day.
The capsules are clear.
The ingredients come together to make a light brown colour. No dies or colourings are added.
We recommend Gout Control Advanced is taken with food to help absorption of the ingredients.
If you can't take Gout Control Advanced with a meal then taking it on an empty stomach once in a while is fine.
There are no known side effects when taking Gout Control Advanced.
Gout Control Advanced capsules are completely neutral. You won't taste or smell anything.
You can take Gout Control Advanced for as long as you like/need. The all-natural formulation means there are no side effects either short or long term.
We'd recommend taking Gout Control Advanced continually to ensure you are always supporting your body in keeping uric acid levels low
We recommend you consult your doctor before taking Gout Control Advanced if you have a known medication condition and/or are taking prescription medications.