Gout Diet
Krystina Ostermeyer
Krystina Ostermeyer
October 22, 2018
Following a gout-friendly diet may help to reduce flares, the severity of symptoms, and improve overall health. Learn how you can begin your gout diet here.

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Gout Symptoms

10 Gout Symptoms to Be Aware Of

There are a number of gout symptoms to look out for if you think you are at risk, including pain and swelling in the joints.
212 found this helpful by Spiro Koulouris and Patricia Bratianu on August 20, 2018
What Is Gout

The Ultimate Guide to Understanding What Gout Is (and Isn’t)

What is gout? Gout is a condition caused by a buildup of uric acid in the body either because there is too much or the body is excreting too little.
by Spiro Koulouris on June 12, 2018
Gout and Alcohol

Pros, Cons, and Precautions to Take With Gout and Alcohol

Before you join in on happy hour, consider how gout and alcohol interact, and whether or not the risks outweigh the benefits of a tipple now and again.
145 found this helpful by Spiro Koulouris on January 2, 2018
Gout in Elbow

What You Need to Know about Elbow Gout

Gout in the elbow is rare but usually seen in people who have lived with gout for many years or whose gout isn’t well managed.
by Lana Barhum on June 7, 2017
Sleep Apnea and Gout

What’s the Relationship Between Sleep Apnea and Gout?

If you have gout and you wake up exhausted on a regular basis, it is possible you have sleep apnea. Learn more on how to manage sleep apnea and gout.
225 found this helpful by Krystina Ostermeyer on August 30, 2016
Infographic gout and anxiety infographic

How to Ease Your Anxiety Right Now

Many chronic illness sufferers experience anxiety. It could be a pre-existing condition, but in many cases it is due to their pain and stress.
by NewLifeOutlook Team on April 26, 2016
Possible Gout and Kidney Complications

Understanding the Connection Between Gout and Kidney Problems

Gout and kidney issues are quite common. Learn how gout, uric acid and kidney function are related to protect against painful, damaging complications.
36 found this helpful by Angela Finlay on April 4, 2016
Gout and Pseudogout

Are There Differences Between Gout and Pseudogout?

Gout and pseudogout both are known joint diseases that are caused by crystal formation.
48 found this helpful by Yvonne Banks on February 4, 2015

How Dehydration Interferes with Gout Management

Living with gout is no picnic, and dehydration can make things worse. Find out why gout and dehydration don't mix, and some ideas for keeping hydrated.
79 found this helpful by Angela Finlay on January 28, 2015
Gout and Eye Problems

Understand the Link to Gout and Eye Issues to Avoid Complications

Although gout affects primarily the joints, it is possible that the uric acid excess can build in other tissues as well, including the eyes.
91 found this helpful by Brenda Vanta on January 20, 2015
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