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Gout-Proof Your Diet: Foods to Avoid and Why

2023-07-01
Lingua:English
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Gout, a form of arthritis, occurs when uric acid accumulates excessively in the bloodstream. Uric acid, a waste product produced naturally by the body, can turn into tiny crystals that settle in the joints, leading to inflammation, swelling, and unbearable pain.

You can control gout by making dietary and lifestyle modifications in addition to taking medication. Studies reveal that diet plays a significant role in the development of the disease, with cultures that consume high amounts of red meat, processed foods, sugars, and other foods high in purines having higher rates of gout. One study published in the New England Journal of Medicine found that consuming high amounts of animal-people meat, seafood, and alcohol was associated with an increased risk of gout in men. Switching to a vibrant and nourishing vegan diet while eliminating animal-people meat intake can effectively prevent the onset of a painful gout attack.

Don’t let alcohol off the hook either, as it can interfere with the elimination of uric acid, leading to its buildup in your body and, ultimately, gout attacks. You might be surprised to learn that consuming large amounts of fructose and sugary foods can have a significant impact on uric acid levels in the body. In addition to cutting down on sugar consumption, staying hydrated is another useful measure for preventing gout – and if you’re already a sufferer, it can even help alleviate symptoms.
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