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Saturday, June 2, 2012

Food For Gout Sufferers


Gout is a disease that attacks the joints and tendons caused by deposits of uric crystals. Uric crystals deposited was caused by deposits of uric acid crystals form in the long run on the affected joint or tendon resulting in inflammation. Uric acid has similar signs of arthritis, namely joint pain, especially in the big toe joint which then spread to the legs. Generally, people aged 35 years and over prone to disease. 
Although can be controlled with medication, gout sufferers actually required a strict diet of foods trigger purines. Here are some foods that are recommended for gout sufferers

1. Soursop 
Soursop fruit is rich in minerals and water soluble vitamins are efficacious for treating gout and slow the aging process, in addition to fiber and anti-oxidants, soursop also has an active compound Isquinolin Alkaloid that functions as a powerful analgesic. Anti-oxidants may reduce the formation of uric acid by inhibiting the production of the enzyme xanthine oxidase. While the combination of analgesic properties (reduces pain) and anti-inflammatory (inflammation nti) can treat gout. 
2. Banana 
Substances contained in bananas, among others, and B6, potassium ions are useful for reducing joint pain and muscle aches. 
3. White water 
Patients with gout are strongly encouraged to consume plenty of fluids like water or fruit juice because it can help the expenditure of uric acid through urine. Advised to consume up to 10 glasses of water per day (2.5 liters). 
4. Water-rich fruits 
Water containing fruit is also very important, such as watermelon, honeydew, cantaloupe, star fruit, guava and water. Fruits that are in the gastrointestinal tract is converted to alcohol should be limited. For example, pineapple.

1 comments:

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