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Post Gout Diets   Thu Feb 02, 2012 6:11 am

Gout Diets


Overweight individuals and the elderly are at risk of developing gout. According to some studies, elderly men are more susceptible to such condition as compared to women. Aside from that, unhealthy diets also play a significant role. Gout diets are therefore important and need to be monitored to control or prevent the condition from becoming worse.

Many years of study has been dedicated by some researchers to establish the connection between gout and diet. Studies revealed that individuals who love seafood and fatty meat diets are the ones most susceptible because these foods contribute to the overproduction of uric acid. However, other studies also revealed that not all individuals with unhealthy diet are suffering from this condition. This leads to the conclusion that gout is triggered among individuals who have a family history of gout and at the same time, have unhealthy eating habits, inactive lifestyle, and weight problems.

Low fat diet can prevent and overcome the adverse effects. This was based on the recent findings which also revealed that the milk proteins can help in eliminating excess uric acid. Uric acid is the primary culprit which causes gout and its production should be controlled. You need to maintain a dietary regimen that is low in dairy fat and according to some nutritionists you can drink skim milk at least two times a day for gout prevention.

People who have a history of gout in their family are at risk and so they need to limit their meat intake. You may eat duck, lamb, beef, and pork but in limited proportions. Purines are contained in seafood products and so you must eat this kind of food sparingly. Aside from these food products, people who drink too much alcohol are also prone to developing gout. If you can abstain from alcoholic drinks, that would be best, but if you can’t, just try to limit your alcohol intake.

Some vegetables also contain purines which can cause gout. Always keep in mind that too much of anything is bad and that applies to the foods you eat everyday. Since you need these foods to maintain a healthy body, you must consume only the right amounts. Consult a nutritionist or a dietician so that you will be educated about the healthy food choices; not only that, they can also guide you in eating the right kinds of food at the right amount.

Drinking enough water everyday and regular exercise can boost the body’s overall health. Try to drink about 8-10 glasses of water to eliminate the harmful toxins in your body. This will also help in eliminating the excess uric acid which builds up around the joint areas.

Gout diets are strongly recommended for those who are at risk of developing gout. If you’re over forty years of age, overweight, and you have a family history of the condition, it’s time that you take the necessary precautionary measures because you might be the next victim. Although it’s not a deadly disease, it can have long term undesirable effects and complications. Live healthy and eat healthy because these are the keys to preventing gout.
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