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Who has had long term success from a diet that is intended for those who have gout?
As by searching Google, is mostly the same info and has not changed in years. Yet gout and other disease are rising!!!
A Diet of:
Low purine foods
Avoid meats such as liver, kidney
High whole grains
Some sea foods
Alcohol and fizzy drinks we know to avoid and drink more water with lemon, cider vinegar, ginger tea etc......
Well for me I don't belive all of it and tend to eat what I know is healthy. i.e, no foods that are highly processed. As they are full of poor quality produce. And cook all my own meals. I do know you need to be strict, not a diet but a compleate lifestyle change.
A lot of our monden food have been grown for profit, longe shelf life and not for health.
I eat full fat - good fats 65% of my diet comes from fat, they are essential. (Ghee, butter, meat all from grass fed animals, coconut oil, olive oil and avocardos) I am not over weight and been the same weight for many years, only whan I was in my late 20.s I was 2 stone over, as i use to drink and eat crap. It took me a change of enviroment to work it all out. research, read book and talk with like minded people.
Vitamin C is also very inportant. not just for those suffering from gout
Wheat is someing I don't eat, its now almost in every processed foods. (Cereals, cereal snack bars, bread, crisp-bread, muffin’s, pizza, noodles, pies, biscuits, savory snack foods, crackers, pasta, packaged soups)
Not only need my gout go away, my gums stoped bleeding
Before I started - I did a Juice detox and made bone broth and soups, as I had years of drinking and poor diet.
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