7 Tips to Lower Uric Acid
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hey guys we’re going to talk about how to lower uric acid uric acid basically is a byproduct to proteins and it can leak into the joints and create a lot of like arthritic type pain especially in the gout the big toe and the lower part of the feet and also turn into kidney stone so it can be very very painful so what causes that mainly is high-fructose corn syrup and that’s a lot of soft drinks a lot of the junk foods out there you probably know people who consume that but I know you don’t consume that too much sugar will do that kidney problems fasting can actually increase your uric acid in your body ketosis can do it as well and diuretics okay an excessive consumption of meat so these are things you just want to look at but here’s the remedy it’s potassium citrate if you took potassium citrate you could knock out uric acid pretty fast it helps neutralize that and so you want to start cleaning up this this stuff right here of course don’t get off the ketosis don’t stop fasting you clean this up start adding potassium but you could also get it from a lot of vegetables and that’s why when I recommend ketosis you know you’re switching from running on glucose to running on fats okay when you do that you’re changing your whole fuel system and I recommend adding a lot of vegetables to that because your body you use pH is going to start becoming acidic you’re going to get rid of a lot of your gas food crystals and so you want to have a lot of vegetables to flush all that out of there if you do a ketosis diet without vegetables you’re going to end up with probably gout and kidney stones so you want to consume that so anyway I want to bring up that point and go ahead and start doing that and thank you so much for watching hey guys thank you so much for watching please click the subscribe button and I will see you in the next video
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Dr. Berg talks about uric acid. Uric acid can build up with:
1. High fructose corn syrup (HFCS)
3. Kidney dysfunction
7. Excessive protein
The remedy for high levels of uric acid is potassium citrate, which will neutralize this acid. You can get it from vegetables or a supplement.
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