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Gout Foods To Avoid
Gout Foods To Avoid
Gout Foods To Avoid
Gout Foods To Avoid
Gout Foods To Avoid
Gout Foods To Avoid
Gout Foods To Avoid
Gout Foods To Avoid
Gout Foods To Avoid
Gout Foods To Avoid
Gout Foods To Avoid
Gout Foods To Avoid
Gout Foods To Avoid
Gout Foods To Avoid
Gout Foods To Avoid
Gout Foods To Avoid
Gout Foods To Avoid
Gout Foods To Avoid
Gout Foods To Avoid
Gout Foods To Avoid
Gout Foods To Avoid
Gout Foods To Avoid
Gout Foods To Avoid
Gout Foods To Avoid
Gout Foods To Avoid
Gout Foods To Avoid
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http://curegoutpainnow.com - Gout is a painful condition, often affecting the toes, but it can affect many other joints as well. If left alone it can get worse, turn into a chronic problem and even …

http://curegoutpainnow.com - Gout is a painful condition, often affecting the toes, but it can affect many other joints as well. If left alone it can get worse, turn into a chronic problem and even cause permanent damage. Gout foods to avoid include anything high in purines.

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  • 1. Gout foods to avoid
  • 2. Gout is caused by elevated uric acid levels, otherwise known as hyperuricaemia.
  • 3. When the levels of urate in the body reach the point where they can no longer be dissolved...
  • 4. … the salts crystallize in the form of needle-shaped crystals of monosodium urate monohydrate.
  • 5. One of the main causes of high uric acid levels in the body is diet.
  • 6. Specifically the amount of a type of chemical called purines.
  • 7. A purine is a molecule of the same type as essential components of the body such as RNA and DNA.
  • 8. When excess purines are ingested and not used then they are degraded to uric acid.
  • 9. Once the uric acid concentration gets too high the uric acid crystallizes into urate salts
  • 10. These are deposited into the human body tissues, where they cannot be degraded.
  • 11. Ingesting high-purine food is a chief cause of excess uric acid.
  • 12. Purines can be found in many foods...
  • 13. Offal – liver, kidney, sweetbreads
  • 14. Seafood – herring, mussels, sardines, anchovies, scallops
  • 15. Game – grouse, pheasant, partridge, and turkey
  • 16. Yeast & Yeast extracts – breads, beer vegemite, marmite
  • 17. Fatty meats – Mutton, veal, bacon
  • 18. Legumes – beans, lentils, peas
  • 19. As well as reducing the intake of foods high in purines, there are foods believed to be beneficial.
  • 20. Eating lots of these can helpkeep gout at bay.
  • 21. Some of these are...
  • 22. Cherries LemonJuiceApple CiderVinegar
  • 23. Green leafy vegetablesFruits high in vitamin CNuts and seeds
  • 24. Certain herbs -Devils claw, garlic, hawthorn, parsley
  • 25. It is vitally important to treat your gout, rather than just letting it get worse.
  • 26. Over time the symptoms of gout get much worse.
  • 27. Gout can cause permanent damamge and even deformity.
  • 28. Gout should not be taken lightly, it is a serious problem.

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