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How To Quickly Remove Uric Acid Crystals From Your Body

Using powerful natural remedies, you can speed up the removal of uric acid crystals from your body.

Certain foods and herbs will do the trick! And scientific studies have verified that fact.

We’ll also mention a few things that you need to stay away from in order to keep uric acid from building up while you're cleansing your body of the painful uric acid crystals.

What is Gout?

Gout is a painful arthritic condition that causes soreness, pain, and redness in joints. The pain can be sudden and severe. This pain and suffering is caused by the buildup of uric acid in joints – the connections between bones.

Uric acid is a normal metabolic byproduct of purine –  a compound in some foods (mainly in animal products). Smaller amounts are present in a healthy body, but this acid crystallizes in joints if there is an excess of it, resulting in pain due to inflammation.

Uric Acid-Busting Remedies

Here are some all-star remedies for getting uric acid crystals out of your body – with evidence to back them up!

1. Eat Cherries

Cherries are evidenced to lower uric acid levels [1]. Cherries also have anti-inflammatory effects, which can minimize pain in gout-sufferers [1]. After all, uric acid causes pain by triggering inflammation. So cherries can diminish the cause of gout along with the symptoms.

This antioxidant-rich fruit has also been shown to reduce the chance of women having gout attacks by 35% [2].

So plop some cherries on your cereal, put them in a smoothie, or enjoy them just by themselves.

2. Eat Curry or Add Turmeric to Your Food

Turmeric is another weapon to lower uric acid levels and reduce inflammation. This delicious spice used traditionally in Indian ayurvedic medicine and Indian cuisine is used in traditional curry recipes.

It has been used medicinally for thousands of years, and science has verified its inflammation-busting and uric acid-lowering effects [3][4].

Researchers think that eating curry—in which turmeric is dissolved in coconut fat during cooking—is a great way to have your body efficiently absorb the herb [5].

3. Eat Your Greens

Leafy greens like lettuces, kale, and chard are great sources of folate. This B-vitamin plays a role in the metabolism of uric acid. In hypertensive people, folate lowers blood uric acid levels [5]. Folate even interferes with the damaging effects that uric acid crystals have on nerves [6].

4. Eat All Other Whole Plant Foods

Fiber is considered a factor for protection against gout, as the “highest fiber intake was correlated with decreases of uric acid concentration” [7]. Supplemental fiber has shown a mild uric acid-lowering effect [8]. In rats, fiber reduces uric acid as well [9].

Fruits, veggies, whole grains, nuts, and seeds are packed with fiber. So pack them in!

5. Cut Out Meats While You Are Cleansing

Meats, whether they be chicken, beef, seafood, or others, are very high in purines and can exacerbate gout attacks [10].

Meat typically has much higher purine content than plant foods, and research shows that meat may even further contribute to gout by decreasing the excretion of uric acid [11].

6. Replace Meat with Plant Proteins Like Beans and Nuts

Beans are a great way to get the protein your body needs, along with fiber and antioxidants, and without filling up on purine-rich animal foods. Nuts are hearty plant foods filled with healthy fats, protein, vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants.

7. Drink Coffee

Easy enough for most people!

In men, long-term coffee consumption is associated with lower gout risk [12]. The same is true in women [13]. Coffee consumption is also associated with lower uric acid levels in another review [14].

In men, long-term coffee consumption is associated with lower gout risk [12]. The same is true in women [13]. Coffee consumption is also associated with lower uric acid levels in another review [14].

8. Stay Hydrated

Drink plenty of water to make sure that you are flushing uric acid out of your kidneys and bladder. Urine is an important route of exit for uric acid.

9. Drink Lemon Water

Squeeze lemons in your water. Vitamin C has been shown to significantly reduce blood uric acid levels [15].

10. Drink Ginger Tea

Ginger is an effective anti-inflammatory which will help quell the pain of uric acid. This stomach-soothing spicy herb is a proven anti-inflammatory.

11. Drink Baking Soda in Water

Researchers have noted evidence that sodium bicarbonate in baking soda can dissolve uric acid stones [16]. A “usual adult dose” is 1 to 2 teaspoons, 3-4 times daily [16].

Baking soda also helps change urine pH so uric acid is more soluble and excreted more easily [16].

Baking soda also helps change urine pH so uric acid is more soluble and excreted more easily [16].

Tired of regular gout flare-ups?

If so I’ve got some goods news…

The cause of gout is simply too much uric acid build up in your joints. Before you rush to the doctor, you can take steps to fight back against too much uric acid - the safe and natural way!

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