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In this video, we’ll be taking a look at our recommendations on the Best Vitamins For Gout
But first, in addition to taking vitamins for gout, you may also want to consider incorporating these two foods into your diet to help prevent and minimize gout.
Unsurprisingly, these two foods are found in the produce aisle and share the same chemical property, cyanidin.
This chemical is said to help reduce uric acid levels, which is what many believe is the direct causation of gout.
These two foods are:
Cabbage & Cherries
Incorporating these two into your diet should help with the prevention of gout as well as help reduce any flare-ups.
Coincidentally enough, these two also contain a lot of the vitamin that we believe is one of the best vitamins for gout.
And that is Vitamin C
There have been a number of studies that point to Vitamin C potentially being beneficial to reducing uric acid levels.
To cite some of those studies:
A study that spans over 20 years found that those taking Vitamin C had a 44% lower gout risk.
In a 2008 study of 1,400 men, those that consumed Vitamin C had the lowest blood levels of uric acid.
Of course, this only shows potential for correlation between Vitamin C and Uric Acid levels.
But with the other benefits of Vitamin C, we believe it would advisable to consider Vitamin C for your gout-related issues.
As always, we recommend speaking with a professional before starting any new vitamin or supplement regimen.
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