How to Quickly Remove Uric Acid Crystalization From Your Body to Prevent Gout and Joint Pains


In treating gout, follow an anti-gout diet that is totally natural for better and faster healing.




WHAT IS GOUT? 

Gout results when sodium urate crystals accumulate in joints as a result of high blood levels of uric acid, also known as hyperuricemia. As excess uric acid crystals in cooler parts of the body, particularly joints, causing pain and decreased mobility.




It is particularly common in the feet, but also in the ankle, knee, wrist, and elbow, mostly in middle-aged men or older women. It has been linked to diet.

SYMPTOMS

Gout attacks occur without warning, leading to excruciating pain on one or more joints, which become inflamed, swollen, warm, and sensitive to the touch. Severe attacks may include high fever, chills, and elevated pulse.

Repeated attacks can lead to restricted mobility, as hard crystal lumps begin forming in or near the joints, or even in the kidneys and other organs.

People with diabetes or high blood pressure are especially at risk, as poor kidney function can reduce uric acid excretion, making gout worse and leading to tissue or joint damage.

CAUSES

Gout results either because of high uric acid production in the liver or because of rich food intake (meat protein, mostly), more than can be eliminated in urine. Alcohol consumption can also be a culprit, as alcohol both increases uric acid production and hampers kidney function, making it more difficult to eliminate uric acid. A high-protein diet combined with alcohol is a perfect recipe for gout development.

DIET/LIFESTYLE SUGGESTIONS

In particular, gout sufferers should avoid acid-forming foods, processed/refined foods, flour and sugar products, dairy, oily or fried foods, soft drinks, alcohol, and tobacco. Other purine-high foods which can lead to uric acid crystallization are anchovies, asparagus, herring, red meat, meat gravies and broths, mushrooms, mussels, organ meats, and sardines. Bean products, including soy milk, bean curds, bean paste, and so forth, also contain high purine content, so limit your intake of those vegetarian favorites as well.

In addition to diet, lifestyle changes that can help gout sufferers include regular exercise (at least 30 minutes, at least 3 times per week), drinking plenty of water (8-10 glasses per day) and, if overweight, losing weight, as that can also help reduce urate levels.

And, in general: Eat lots of fruits and veggies, drink plenty of water, and stay away from alcohol!

The following are great gout-fighting foods - and you can always juice them to help with your liquid intake, too!



Carrot

Celery

Cucumber

Cabbage

Bittergourd

Kale

Fennel

Celeriac (Celery Root)

Watercress

Lettuce

Beetroot

Wheatgrass

Pineapple

Papaya
chayote
Chayote

Green Apple

Cherries

Lemon/Lime

Ginger Root

Coconut Water






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