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Foods that double the risk of “disease of kings” – health report – life

Arthritis is a common and complicated form of arthritis, and many factors increase the risk of arthritis, while the main cause of the infection is due to excessive consumption of meat, so it is called “the disease of the kings” and causes severe pain in the joints that make the patient’s life hell.

Arthritis is a painful arthritis that causes sudden, severe pain, and certain foods in our diet can help promote or prevent disease.

If you already have arthritis or want to avoid it in the future, you need to know the five foods you should avoid and the five foods you need to change. According to Russia Today.

What is arthritis?

Arthritis is a form of arthritis that results from high levels of uric acid in the bloodstream.

The disease was formerly known as the “disease of kings” because the rich and kings generally ate large amounts of meat, which would strengthen the likelihood of developing the disease compared to other social groups.

Excessive intake of uric acid can lead to painful attacks of arthritis.

These attacks occur when uric acid cannot be removed from the body from the bloodstream, so it settles around the joints.

Arthritis occurs suddenly at night and lasts for three to 10 days.

Some foods can cause high levels of uric acid, which can trigger gout attacks.

What foods cause gout?

The foods that trigger gout attacks are called stimulant foods, which are often rich in purines.

When purines are digested, uric acid is produced as a waste product in the body, which causes arthritis.

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In addition to foods high in purines, if you have arthritis, you should reduce your alcohol intake.

The five dishes are as follows:

– All organ meats and organs, including the liver, kidneys and brain.

– Bushmeat, veal and deer meat.

All kinds of fish and seafood, scallops, shrimp and roe (fully ripe eggs or lumps in the eggs of fish or other aquatic animals) because they are high in purines.

Sugary drinks: Fruit juices and soft drinks are not good if you have arthritis. Any extra sugar, including fruit syrup, should be avoided.

Yeast: It is best to avoid common yeast extracts if you have arthritis.

What are the five foods you need to eat?

Avoiding anything too fatty and eating less meat and fish can help better manage arthritis.

Low purine foods contain less than 100 mg of purine per 100 g.

Thus, you can eat a lot of the following five foods to avoid gout attacks:

Fruits and Vegetables: There are plenty of fruits and vegetables in any healthy diet, and a diet suitable for arthritis is no exception. Cherry in particular can help reduce uric acid levels and prevent inflammation.

Legumes: Legumes are a food group that includes beans, peas, tofu and legumes. These foods are low in fat and are an excellent vegetarian source of protein.

Nuts: If you are looking for a snack, try to eat a few nuts: as a natural source of fat, protein and fiber.

Whole grains: Oats, brown rice and barley.

Eggs: It is recommended to reduce the intake of meat and fish to relieve the symptoms of arthritis and eggs are an excellent substitute for protein in the diet.

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