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Sorry…this is a gout related article…not Red Lobster offerings (picture is a little misleading).

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When I was researching gout I came across a forum question simply stated, “causes of the gout?”.  I had to laugh because it was so blunt and it seemed as if gout was this thing or creature.  Causes of the gout…not just any old gout…but I digest. What I gathered was the posted was asking “how” they got gout and not the actual mechanics behind it.  Basically what did they do to ‘get’ gout. I have some additional information for ‘How Do You Get Gout‘…just my own little story.

Disclaimer:   I’m not a doctor or healthcare professional.  I’m just some random Joe discussing what he has learned about gout.  If you want the real scoop check this out…www.somesite.com   The report is awesome and they are practically giving it away for $20 and a money back guarantee.  Buy it, read it and get your money back if you don’t like it.  If it can help you without taking medicine, it’s worth at least a read.

I found lots of articles that mentioned what gout was and what specifically caused it.  The typically blurb went something like this, …”Certain high-protein foods can make the body produce too much uric acid, triggering gout.

Gee thanks…that was so awesome.  Now I know what to do…not!

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I understood that uric acid is formed to breakdown proteins (meat I assume) and other cells. The uric acid usually gets flushed out by the kidneys, but if there is too much uric acid in your blood stream that condition is called hyperuricemia. This build up of uric acid and not getting flushed out can form crystals.  These are the little buggers that get trapped in our joints and cause pain…how I loathe them.

Anywho…here is an abriged list of some items I read about that my not be the best to have if you are concerned or dealing with gout.

    dehydrating drinks such as alcohol (beer, wine, etc.), coffee, tea, and cocoa
    animal proteins such as seafood, liver, kidney, heart, gizzard, sweetbreads, meat extracts, and gravy
    vegetables such as peas, beans, spinach, and lentils

What do you mean no gravy??   …seriously what’s the point?  It should be it’s own food group.  I can see myself cutting back on the gizzards though :P

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