Control & Lower Your Uric Acid Levels With These 8 Tips

We all want to live a long and healthy life, and avoiding gout should be pretty high on your priority list.

Do you know what Uric Acid is? Are your levels too high and you want to bring them down? What’s gout anyway? Today we’re gonna explain all that and more, so stick around!

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Intro – 0:00
First Of All, What Is Gout? – 00:18
Remember The Uric Acid I Mentioned A Few Minutes Ago? – 01:00
How Does Food Cause Gout? – 01:34
High Purine Foods – 02:00
Low Purine Foods – 03:29
Most Fruits – 04:24
Pretty Much All Vegetables And Legumes – 04:55
Drink More Water – 05:39
Alcohol – 06:06
Balance Your Insulin Levels – 06:33
Lose Weight – 07:06


First of all, what is gout?
If you have anyone with Arthritis in your family you're likely familiar with this term. If not, we got you. Gout is a form of arthritis that affects over 8 million people in the U.S. It's very painful and is caused by high levels of something called uric acid in the blood.

Remember the uric acid I mentioned a few minutes ago?
Well that's the main culprit behind what causes gout in the first place. Uric acid is a waste product your body makes while digesting certain foods.

How does food cause gout?
So now we know that gout is caused by too much uric acid in the system, and then crystallizes in and around the joints. Well, foods that are high in purines are what cause your body to create uric acid, or will raise your uric acid levels.

High purine foods
It always seems like the best foods cause the most trouble for our bodies, and unfortunately, this list is no different. Generally you want to avoid going over 200mg of purines per every 4 ounces or 100 grams.

Low purine foods
So again, if you get the green light and you’re okay to have some foods with purines in them, then these are some of your choices:

Here’s some stuff you can and should eat to bring down your uric acid levels
Foods that are considered safe usually have less than 100mg of purines per 4 ounces or 100 grams. But we won’t make you measure everything out, here’s a few options:

Most fruits: Love fruit? Well now is the time to start! Most fruits are deemed safe if you’re dealing with gout.

Pretty much all vegetables and Legumes: Like we said earlier, there’s a bit of conflicting evidence on this, and some veggies have higher levels of purines than others, but again, a few studies have stated that these are okay.

Drink more Water
Ah yes, how many times have you heard this from us? We talk about this all the time, but only because we want what’s best for you dear viewer.

This likely comes as no surprise. Alcohol has very few health benefits. And most of them come from red wine in the form of resveratrol, but even this is heavily debated.

For more information, please watch the video until the very end.
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