Gout is a painful form arthritis marked by joint inflammation that is most likely to affect older men. Uric acid in the bloodstream has been implicated in attacks of gout. Levels rise in men after puberty but estrogen is thought to protect many women from the condition.
Genetics is generally blamed for gout, a rich but changes to the diet can affect the course of the disease. A poor diet without adequate fruits and vegetables and too much fat from meat can increase the risk of an attack. Avoid foods called purines including many organ meats, legumes and yeast.
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