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Gout and Dehydration: How Dehydration Interferes with Gout Management

Gout and Dehydration

Living with gout is no picnic, but there are certain things that can turn it into an ongoing nightmare. Purine-rich foods, alcohol, and sugar are all known to send your uric acid levels through the roof, but they’re not the only culprits when it comes to painful inflammation in the joints. In fact, one major cause of gout attacks is also one that is very easily overlooked. Many people don’t get enough water each day to...

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