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In spite of the agony and havoc it can cause, uric acid is a normal constituent of the human body. Ordinarily about one-third of the uric acid in our system comes from food.

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Latest Blog Posts for Uric acid gout

  • Foods That Lower Gout Uric Acid
    on Dec 10, 2011
    Fluids     Water helps flush your system of toxins, including uric acid. Herbal and green teas are good choices, too. And good news for coffee lovers: Your favorite beverage--if decaffeinated--does not raise uric acid levels. Cherrie...
  • Gout and Hyperuricemia tratament
    on Dec 10, 2011
    Gout is a disease that results from an overload of uric acid in the body. This overload of uric acid leads to the formation of tiny crystals of urate that deposit in tissues of the body, especially the joints. When crystals form in the joints, it...
  • Can Alcohol Give You Gout? this is a question !
    on Apr 21, 2011
    Question: Can drinking alcohol give you gout?Answer: Gout, which is one of the most painful forms of arthritis, is caused by a build-up of crystals of uric acid in a joint. Alcohol can lead to increased production of uric acid so it puts yo...
  • Sorting Out The Myths
    on Aug 24, 2010
    More importantly, how does a person begin to sort the myths from the facts and decide what to buy at the grocery store? According to the University of Washington, Department of Orthopedics:Obesity can be linked to high uric acid levels in the blood.
  • How can I prevent gout?
    on Aug 24, 2010
    Individuals often learn what causes their own gout attacks. As previously discussed, certain foods with high concentrations of purines can be avoided. Drinking alcohol should be moderated. Prescription and non-prescription medications should be revie...
  • Hyperuricemia
    on Aug 24, 2010
    igher-than-normal amounts of uric acid in the blood, a condition called hyperuricemia, is quite common and only rarely warrants medical treatment. On the other hand, sustained hyperuricemia is the primary risk factor for gout. It’s safe to say that...
  • Getting to know Gout
    on Aug 24, 2010
    In spite of the agony and havoc it can cause, uric acid is a normal constituent of the human body. Ordinarily about one-third of the uric acid in our system comes from food, especially foods like those noted earlier that are rich in purines. The rest...
  • Gout Diet: Foods To Avoid
    on Aug 24, 2010
    Diets which are high in purines and high in protein have long been suspected of causing an increased risk of gout (a type of arthritis caused by high levels of uric acid in the body which form crystals in the joints, resulting in pain and inflammatio...
  • What is the treatment of a gouty attack?
    on Aug 24, 2010
    Initial treatment for a gouty attack is usually with a nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory medications (NSAIDs). These medications, such as over the counter Motrin, or more potent prescription versions, are not always well tolerated by some patients. In t...
  • uric acid in the blood and these are deposited in small joints
    on Aug 24, 2010
    Hyperuricemia is a metabolic disorder of purine, which appears excessive uric acid in the blood and these are deposited in small joints, whose disease is called gout. This deposition can cause destruction of joint tissues leading to chronic arthritis...
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