Gout and Soda?

When people think of gout, the first foods they think of are shell fish, turkey, and beans. Here’s an article showing a correlation between soda, fructose and gout.

No witty comment at this time, sorry. Possibly the notion of using soda as a de-greaser is an urban legend…has anyone proved that yet?

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3 thoughts on “Gout and Soda?

  1. Gouty arthritis without a doubt must be seen as a horrible problem, my partner has been suffering from the illness for quite a long time now. It puts a lot of stress on me, watching an important member of the family and friend experience pain attacks all too often. Following a proper food plan aimed at prevention and making use of the right treatment methods is something I believe to be a necessity. Personally, I suggest anyone who is currently noticing the first warning signs of gout to by any means take this serious. Better visit a physician better sooner than later and change your eating routine to prevent the outbreak of the condition. It is anything but fun, thats for sure! Look for healthy treatment options and keep clear of foods with high amounts of purine, wine etc for prophylaxis!

  2. Gout arthritis in fact must be considered a terrible illness, my own life partner has been suffering from it for long now. It puts a lot of stress on me, observing a beloved member of the family and friend experience pain many times. Following a suitable diet plan for prevention and making use of effective treatment options is in my opinion crucial. I would personally encourage everyone who is now noticing the first warning signs of hyperuricemia to by any means be concerned. You should talk with a medical professional as soon as you can and change your food intake to prevent the outbreak of the disease. It is anything but fun, really. Find healthy options for treatment and steer clear of food with large quantities of purine in it, wine and so forth for prophylaxis!

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