Links between Gout and Osteoarthritis

Gout and Osteoarthritis

Links between gout and osteoarthritis Osteoarthritis is the most common type of arthritis affecting 1 in 10 adults in North America and affects women as well as men equally past the age of 60, OA being more common as we age. OA is also much more common than gout. Presently there is no cure for…

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Nuts should be part of a gout diet

Gout and Nuts

Are nuts good for gout? We all eat nuts and we all have a favorite nut, like I personally love almonds and usually eat mostly almonds although I like to eat peanuts from time to time and cashews. But I usually buy the big bag of almonds at Costco and mix it up with dried…

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Gout in Chinese population

Gout and the Singapore Chinese Health Study

Animal protein intake ups gout risk in Chinese patients A recent population based-study coming out of Singapore where they examined the long term data from the Singapore Chinese Health Study examined the link between protein intake and its sources in 63,257 Chinese adults suffering from gout ages 45 to 74. The researchers interviewed and provided…

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