Uric Acid

Related Categories: Gout | Fructose | Fatty Liver | Cataracts | Kidney Stones

Is Juice Healthy?

…on the day of their races had significant decreases in exercise-induced muscle pain. Cherries have also been demonstrated to lower levels of uric acid and occurrences of gout and to improve symptoms of arthritis. Another study found that people with occasional insomnia who drank tart cherry juice…

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Follow a Fructose-Free Diet

…may be one of the best ways to avoid these conditions. * Increases risk of gout and kidney stones. A high-fructose diet raises blood levels of uric acid, which increases risk of gout. In a large epidemiological study, men who consumed two or more soft drinks a day had an 85 percent greater risk of…

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