Healthy Tips To Prevent Gout
Soursop Fruit Juice Consumption and Watery
Although can be controlled with medication, gout sufferers actually required a strict diet of foods trigger purine.
Soursop Juice – Soursop fruit rich in minerals and water soluble vitamins are efficacious for treating gout and slow the aging process. In addition to its high fiber and anti-oxidants, soursop also has an active alkaloid compound that functions as an analgesic isquinolin kuat.Sifat anti-oxidants may reduce the formation of uric acid by inhibiting the production of the enzyme xanthine oxidase. While the combination of analgesic properties (to reduce pain) and anti-inflammatory (anti-inflammatory) can treat gout.
Bananas – Nutritious substances contained in bananas, including B6, potassium ions and are helpful to reduce joint pain and muscle pain.
Plain Water – Patients with gout are highly recommended to consume plenty of fluids such as water or fruit juice because it can help spending uric acid through urine. It is recommended to consume up to 10 glasses of water a day (2.5 liters).
Aqueous fruit – fruit that contains water is also very important, such as watermelon, honeydew, cantaloupe, star fruit and guava. Fruit in the gastrointestinal tract are converted into alcohol should be limited, such as durian and pineapple. (Various sources / oci / day)
Diet for Gout Sufferers
Balanced diet, consumption of bread and sweet
People with high uric acid, it must be careful about food. Diets that do must meet the following requirements:
Restrictions purine – If there has been a swelling of the joints that impaired uric acid should do the purine-free diet. But because almost all foods containing protein sources nucleoprotein then this is almost impossible. So the thing to do is to limit the intake of purine-purine to 100-150 mg per day (normal diet usually contains 600-1000 mg purine per day).
Calorie needs – Total caloric intake should be tailored to the needs of the body based on height and weight. Patients with uric acid disorders who are overweight, weight should diturunkann with due regard to the amount of consumption of calories. Intake of too few calories can also increase uric acid levels due to ketone bodies that will reduce spending uric acid in the urine.
High carbohydrates – complex carbohydrates such as rice, cassava, and sweet bread is best eaten by people with disorders of uric acid because it will increase the expenditure of uric acid in the urine. This complex carbohydrate intake should not be less than 100 grams per day. Simple carbohydrates such as fructose type of sugar, candy, cotton candy, cotton candy, and syrup should be avoided as fructose would increase uric acid levels in the blood.
Low protein – protein especially from animal can increase uric acid levels in the blood. Source of animal protein foods containing high amounts, such as liver, kidney, brain, lung and spleen. The recommended protein intake for people with disorders of uric acid is 50-70 g / day or 0.8 to 1 g / kg body weight / day. Suggested sources of protein is vegetable protein derived from milk, cheese and eggs.
Low fat – Fat can inhibit the excretion of uric acid in the urine. Fried foods, bersantan, as well as margarine and butter should be avoided. Fat consumption should be as much as 15 percent of total calories.
High fluid – high fluid consumption can help to remove uric acid in the urine. Therefore, you are advised to spend drinking at least 2.5 liters or 10 glasses a day. Drinking water can be cooking water, tea, or coffee.
Without Alcohol – By study found that uric acid levels those who consume more alcohol than those who did not consume alcohol. This is because alcohol increases plasma lactic acid. Lactic acid will inhibit spending uric acid from the body.
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