EAT This, NOT This If You Have Gout



Is your joint pain interfering with your day-to-day life? Gout could be the cause of your joint pain. You can easily avoid flare-ups and minimize the chances of a musculoskeletal disability. You just need to pay special attention to what you eat. Turns out food can be medicine.

In today's video let's discuss foods that you should have and ones to avoid when talking about gout. Can a cup of your morning coffee alter the pain? What about fish? We're discussing all that and more…

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Timestamps:
Intro – 0:00
But before we begin what exactly is gout? – 00:34
Want to know what foods can help? How often do
you actually go to a salad bar? – 02:20
Grab a few fruits the next time you are out grocery shopping. – 03:24
Is yogurt your breakfast staple? – 05:59
Is your morning incomplete without your favorite coffee? – 06:49
But do you have an irresistible love for tea? – 07:20
Do you eat enough whole grains? – 07:51
Can dehydration impact your pain? – 08:28
Now let's move to what you should absolutely avoid
Do you love sugary drinks? – 09:08
Make sure you are investing in the right foods – 10:22
One more food that you might want to avoid is red meat. – 11:33
If you are a pescetarian I am sure you must be familiar with the multitude of health benefits seafood can get to the table. – 12:13
Thinking of unwinding on a weekend with a cold one? – 12:54

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Summary:
What exactly is gout?
Gout is one of the many forms of arthritis. Like other symptoms, gout also shows signs of pain and swelling in the joints.

Want to know what foods can help? How often do you actually go to a salad bar?
Fresh vegetables work wonders to reduce uric acid levels. They are also low in purines.

Grab a few fruits the next time you are out grocery shopping.
Having bright and colorful fruits comes with a host of benefits for people suffering from gout.

Is yogurt your breakfast staple?
Breakfast is the best place to start loading up on anti-inflammatory foods.

Is your morning incomplete without your favorite coffee?
You can safely have coffee in spite of having gout. Coffee not only boosts your energy levels but can lower your risk of developing type 2 diabetes.

But do you have an irresistible love for tea?
We are not talking about the regular kind. We're talking about green tea.

Do you eat enough whole grains?
Oats, barley, brown rice, and wheat germ bring more goodness to your body in contrast to other grains.

Can dehydration impact your pain?
Yes, it definitely can. Don't forget to drown these foods with plenty of water.

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