Natural Home Remedies to Reduce Uric Acid in the Body

natural remedies to reduce uric acidAll gout sufferers are looking for natural ways to reduce uric acid in their body since gout is caused by uric acid crystals in the joints, caused by having high uric acid levels in the blood.

Here are 5 natural home remedies to reduce these high levels.

1 – Drink much water every single day. Water helps to prevent uric acid crystals forming because it helps to keep your body very well hydrated.

And it also helps your kidneys flush excess uric acid out of your body. Drink at least 12 eight ounce glasses of water every day.

2 – Drink raw apple cider vinegar every day also. Add 3 teaspoons of vinegar to 8 ounces of water and drink 2 to 3 times daily. This can form part of your water intake. Apple cider vinegar regulates your blood pH to help alleviate high uric acid levels. But it has to be raw, un-distilled apple cider vinegar you usually get from the health food store.

3 – Eat as much cherries as you can. Cherries have natural antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties to help reduce the symptoms of gout. But research has shown they can also reduce uric acid in the body. Eat 30 to 40 cherries a day. If you’re in the middle of an attack then 10 cherries every hour.

4 – Take vitamin C to help help increase uric acid urinary excretion and to reduce uric acid blood levels. Eat lots of fruit, red cabbage, red bell peppers, and potatoes, etc. You can also take it in supplement form, particularly during an attack.

5 – Devil’s claw has been shown to lower uric acid in the body. Experts suggest 400 mg of dried devil’s claw three times per day. Talk to the supplier. Stop once your symptoms have gone away.

These are just five of tons of natural home remedies for gout, which seemed to have helped many gout sufferers. It’ll be worth your while seeking out even more of these home remedies as, what seems to happen, is that what works for one person may not work for another, and vice versa.

But these type of natural home remedies for gout need to be backed up by a consideration of  many other issues that can affect your propensity to get gout, and also, your ability to reduce and maintain your uric acid at healthy levels in order to prevent recurring gout.

Frequently recurring gout can lead eventually to permanently damaged joints and kidney problems such as painful kidney stones. And if you’ve had just one gout attack, you’re now very much more likely to have more.

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