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How To Reduce Your Intake Of Purine Rich Foods

By Aneron Kepasil

Purine rich foods contribute to a painful type of arthritis called gout. The human body needs a small amount of purine, but it can cause problems if you consume it in excess amounts. Purine gets converted into uric acid. Uric acid that does not get removed from the blood stream normally gets expelled in urine. If the body does not process it properly, it converts to uric acid into urate crystals. Urate crystals build up in joints and cause the type of arthritis known as gout. A good way to avoid developing this painful condition is to reduce the amount of purine rich foods that you eat.

Dietary changes can alleviate gout symptoms also. Drinking a lot of water helps the body remove uric acid from the bloodstream. Dairy products, black cherry juice, and blueberries can also remove urate crystals from the body and uric acid from the bloodstream. Excessive vitamin C consumption elevates the levels of uric acid in and can contribute to the development of a gout toe.

There isn’t an actual cure because the symptoms of gout are brought on by high blood levels of uric acid that crystallize and then form painful deposits in the joints. However, a healthy diet, combined with a healthy lifestyle and natural herbs that reduce the levels of uric acid in the blood, can make the symptoms of gout go away.

Purine rich foods are not the only factor that can contribute to a person developing gout. Obesity causes the body to produce more uric acid. Keep as close as possible to your ideal body weight to further reduce your risk.

What is Gout? Gout is the result of too much uric acid that builds up in the body over a period of time.
The uric acid forms very sharp crystals that cluster around the joints causing the pain, inflammation
and tenderness associated with gout. Since gout is caused by the formation of uric acid crystals
that the body does not get rid of you need to know about some factors that might cause gout.

Some people want a natural treatment for gout, or any other medical problem. For centuries, plant extracts and natural herbs have been used to treat gout in Europe and Asia. Clinical research proved that those plant extract do have natural compounds that reduce uric acids in the blood and expel it from the body. Those scientific studies lead to the creation of Goutezol. Goutezol is an effective natural treatment for gout because it reduces pain, swelling, and inflammation. It also improves purine metabolism and digestion, gets rid of uric acids in the body, lowers the levels of uric acid in the blood. Goutezol is the only product on the market that contains an extract from the mulberry tree. In China, mulberry has been used for centuries to treat gout. Goutezol is a great treatment for gout because it starts working almost immediately.

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Kepasil, Aneron "How To Reduce Your Intake Of Purine Rich Foods." How To Reduce Your Intake Of Purine Rich Foods. 22 Aug. 2010. uberarticles.com. 14 Apr 2015 <http://uberarticles.com/health-and-fitness/how-to-reduce-your-intake-of-purine-rich-foods-22/>.

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