The Gout Code
A clone of another scam.
Author does NOT exist
Fake testimonials with stock, stolen photos
Scammy advertising, similar to known scam Sciatica SOS
The Gout Code by ‘Lewis Parker’ is nothing but a pathetic scam so don’t waste your time on it! This program is nothing more than some guy trying to use a sob story to make you empty your pockets … and you’ll find out what I mean by the time you finish this review. So let’s begin, shall we?
Created in January 2017, Parker claims that Gout Code can eliminate your gout ‘in 7 days – GUARANTEED!’ He says that all you need is to stop using the medication prescribed to you by your doctor and consume ‘one weird item’ from Okinawa, Japan and you’ll be fine. Oh really?
Parker then goes on to tell us a sob story of how he cried ‘like a little girl’ over the intense pain on his foot and how an impatient doctor scribbled a medication costing $250 a month with the instruction to take two pills a day. However, the expensive drug soon started causing his heart to race and eventually, he found himself yelling at his little daughter Suzie without any provocation. The reaction of the scared girl and his scared wife sent him outside the house, and moments later he started talking to his neighbor and former high school classmate Kassie. This Kassie, a ‘health consultant’ and ‘miracle healer,’ was the one who informed him about the miracle gout cure in Okinawa – the city where ‘there are four times as many centenarians in Okinawa as there are in America and Britain.’
OK let’s halt for a moment and find out:
How Does Gout Code Work?
According to Kassie, all you need to do is the following:
- Stop doing what your doctor has asked you to do
- Consume ‘one weird item daily in a specific quantity’ and
- Do ‘a couple of arguably strange but simple movements’ for a few minutes a day
This was exactly what Parker allegedly did to reverse his gout in 7 days.
However, neither Parker nor Kassie bothered to tell us what this ‘weird item’ is or how it works. They also did not explain how the so-called ‘simple movements’ will help relieve the gout pain.
Anyway, that’s all we’re told about The Gout Code. Now it’s my turn to tell you why I call this program a scam:
‘Lewis Parker’ Does NOT Exist!
Lewis Parker says he a married man in his late 30s, who happens to be a ‘coach and guide to a gout-free life’. But the photo passed off as him is actually a stock photo from Getty Images!
That said, rest assured that the ‘miracle healer’ Kassie does NOT exist either.
Of course, regular readers of Contra Health Scam already know the implication of this finding. This is an absolute indication of a scam!
2. Fake Testimonials With Stock Photos
All the testimonials featured on The Gout Code are either unverifiable or outright fake. For example:
- ‘Adrian Fischer’ from Berlin, Germany is just a stock video screenshot from Shutterstock;
- ‘Mary Nolan’ from Canberra, Australia is actually a stock photo from Fotosearch;
- ‘Arun Singh’ from Mumbai, India is actually a stock photo from Shutterstock.
3. Similar To Known Scam Sciatica SOS
If you take a look at the websites of The Gout Code and Sciatica SOS, you’ll quickly notice that they are practically the same. Same website design, same video style, same price, even same bonus books! Nothing good ever comes out these kind of products. I can assure you.
FYI, Sciatica SOS was first exposed as a scam here on Contra Health Scam back in August last year. Shortly after, this site was hit with thousands of bad backlinks to the scam review … an attack designed to ruin the rankings of this site on search engines so that fewer people will find it. Now that I’m exposing another work from the same aggressive scammer, I better start bracing myself for another cyber-attack…
Final Conclusion: DON’T BUY The Gout Code. It’s A SCAM!
Blacklisted Website: GoutCode.com
Gout is a very painful disease, but it is easily reversible. All you need to do is to take the drugs prescribed by your doctor to deal with acute attacks, and modify your diet and lifestyle to prevent recurrence of attacks. Also, if you are using any drug (especially those taking diuretics for hypertension), see your doctor immediately.
Info about diet and lifestyle change for gout prevention is easily available online for free. It’s basically the following:
- Eat more fruits/vegetables, whole grain. Restrict meat and dairy products intake
- Lose weight if you have weight issues
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