Gout and History

Gout and History

History of Gout  The first major arguments about uric acid playing a central role in gout did not emerge until the nineteenth century. However, it

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Gout and Walking

Gout and Walking

What You Should Know About Walking With Gout If you have gout, you have a vivid understanding of how terrible and painful this condition can be.

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Gout and BBQ food

Gout and BBQ

You’ll probably attend more barbecues in the coming weeks now that summer has arrived. A barbecue isn’t great unless it includes meat, seafood, and beer,

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Gout Survey Findings and Results

Gout Survey

The Challenges Of Living With Gout In a recent survey, we asked gout patients what their biggest challenges when dealing with their gout symptoms were.

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Gout and Surgery

Gout and Surgery

What Causes Gout After Surgery Gout after surgery can be an extremely frustrating experience. Fortunately, new medical research is assisting us in understanding how a

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Gout and Tofu

Gout and Tofu

Tofu, also known as soybean curd, has long been a popular dish in China. With the growing popularity of plant-based vegetarian and vegan diets, it’s

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Gout and Potatoes

Gout and Potatoes

The Truth About Gout and Potatoes People with gout, kidney stones, or a related illness are frequently advised to follow a low-purine diet. The diet

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Protein in a gout diet

Gout and Protein

Gout is a painful condition that affects approximately one out of every 100 people. According to A.D.A.M., a health information source, modifying your diet may

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Gout Complications
Spiro Koulouris

Gout in Knee

Most people associate gout with pain in the big toe joint. While the big toe is the most commonly affected joint, you may be surprised to learn that g

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Life expectancy in gout patients.
Observational/Inspirational
Spiro Koulouris

Gout and Life Expectancy

Gout is the most common type of inflammatory arthritis, affecting more than 4% of adult Americans. It occurs in some people who have high blood uric a

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Red beets in a gout diet
Gout Foods to Eat
Spiro Koulouris

Gout and Beets

Whether you like them or not, beets are increasingly being recognized as having the potential to become the next superfood. Of course, if you just gav

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Osteoporosis and Gout
Gout Complications
Spiro Koulouris

Gout and Osteoporosis

As a gout patient, managing your gout symptoms can often feel like a full-time job. As frequent readers of my blog, you know that living with gout is

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Aloe vera for gout
Gout Foods to Eat
Spiro Koulouris

Gout and Aloe Vera

For most gout patients, dealing with the initial symptoms may be a life-changing experience. Many of us have described the situation as “end-of-the-wo

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