Spiro Koulouris has been living with gout since 2001 and was diagnosed at the young age of only 26 years old. He loves educating other gout patients on the web through his gout blog, Gout and You and loves engaging with his audience on social media.
Spiro hopes that his blog can be a welcoming and supportive online meeting place, where gout sufferers can find all the relevant information that they require to change their diet and lifestyle in order to live a healthier life.
Spiro Koulouris has been featured in many major media publications like Slate, Men'sHealth, Arthritis Health Monitor, and Mercola.com. He is grateful for the opportunity to contribute and connect with the NewLifeOutlook Gout community.
Spiro is a proud Montrealer, born and raised in beautiful Montreal, Quebec, Canada.
There are numerous natural remedies for gout out there, and one popular remedy is Epsom salt. Learn how Epsom salt for gout can help flares and more here.
Gout is a chronic condition but is a manageable one. Available gout treatment options include the use of medications, diet, lifestyle, and natural remedies.
There are a number of gout symptoms to look out for if you think you are at risk, including pain and swelling in the joints.
Living with gout can be incredibly debilitating at times, even while at work. Spiro shares his own advice about working with gout a little more easier.
What is gout? Gout is a condition caused by a buildup of uric acid in the body either because there is too much or the body is excreting too little.
Reducing your intake of foods that are high in purines reduces your likelihood of having a gout attack. These are the foods to avoid with gout.
You’ve probably heard water helps in the fight against gout, but here’s the truth about gout and water – drinking water does help reduce gout attacks!
There are many benefits of dairy. Dairy not only helps improve gout, but it has shown to help prevent gout flares from occurring in the first place.
Gout and baking soda, does it work? Yes! You can use baking soda to help relieve gout attacks and flare-ups with this natural remedy.
If you've recently received a gout diagnosis, Spiro, a gout sufferer, offers his best tips on how to cope with gout with lifestyle changes and more.