Foods that will reduce uric acid (uric acid) that causes gout disease…..(Please share and share)
Gout is caused by excess uric acid in the blood. When our body breaks down purine (a type of protein), a substance called uric acid is produced. When we study the excess of uric acid, one third is due to the food we eat. Beans, soda, beer, and seafood contain a lot of purines, so they raise uric acid.
Our body can remove uric acid with urine. But when the amount of uric acid is more than it can produce, urate crystals accumulate in the toe and finger joints and cause painful pain. It can also cause kidney stones and many other negative effects. Below are the foods that reduce uric acid.
Cauliflower and cucumbers reduce excess uric acid in the blood and the production of uric acid crystals around the joints.