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Those suffering from gout know that “flare ups” are painful but, fortunately, they can be prevented by avoiding certain foods that contain high levels of purine, and choosing low-purine options instead, which can decrease attacks of gout. When uric acid builds up in the bloodstream, it crystallizes and collects in the joints, causing pain, inflammation and redness, usually in the big toe. Although the correlation between gout and diet may not seem obvious, many foods can be directly responsible for causing gout “flare ups.”Foods to ... Read More

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While changing your diet won't likely cure gout, it might help reduce the severity or frequency of your symptoms by limiting foods that increase uric acid production and emphasizing others. The best gout diets also promote healthy weight management, since excess body weight adds strain to your joints.What’s the Best Gout Diet? Choosing healthier foods might be as important as avoiding problematic ones, both for managing gout and your overall health. Best gout diets emphasize antioxidant-rich foods such as cherries, blueberries, squas... Read More

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