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Gout update: Purine-rich foods, gout diet, rheumatoid arthritis, gout pain relief


We have taken the time to round up the best articles on gout pain relief, how to avoid purine-rich foods that may promote gout, and a gout prevention diet. You will also learn about the differences between gouty arthritis and rheumatoid arthritis, which can often be confused with one another.Purine-rich foods: Foods to avoid to reduce the risk of goutGout risk is higher in people who eat purine-rich foods, as they increase uric acid levels. Purines are a chemical compound found in some foods, and gout is a condition that affects the joints and the musculoskeletal system. It is a form of inflammatory arthritis caused by an excess of uric acidâthe product of metabolic processes. When purines are metabolized, they create uric acid, so a diet rich in purines can create an excess amount of uric acid and contribute to gout.

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