Non Veg Food contains Uric Acid




A high uric acid level in the body, also known as hyperuricemia, is a condition that leads to the development of tiny crystals of urea that deposit into the tissues of the joints of the body. These crystals are the main cause of severely painful conditions such as arthritis and chronic gout. The uric acid content enters the bloodstream after being processed by the liver and is most often passed out of the body via the urine with no complication at all. The medical fraternity acknowledges the normal levels of uric acid within the bloodstream to be at around 2.4 to 6 mg/dL in females while being between 3.4 to 7 mg/dL in the male system. The main component of blood uric acids is purines, which are essentially nitrogen containing compounds that are either created inside the body or come from outside the body via foods that contain them.

 

It is also important to keep in mind the fact that the condition can be easily caused by some other medical condition such as the inability of the kidneys to get rid of the uric acid in the blood. The condition is termed as secondary hyperuricemia if is it caused by certain cancers or chemotherapy and endocrine or metabolic conditions.

Symptoms of Hyperuricemia: The biggest problem faced by people suffering from hyperuricemia is the fact that there are no prominent symptoms that show up during the developmental phase of the condition and the intense pain that it puts an individual through will only become apparent once the condition is fully developed.

 

The symptoms that the patient is likely to notice at this time include fever, chills and inflammation of the joints.

Uric Acid Diet : Since high uric acids are caused primarily by purines, the best diet to undertake would include foods that have very low or no purine content. These foods include anchovies, broth, yeast, sardines and mincemeat while increasing your intake of foods like tofu, which is essentially made from soybean, helps alter the plasma protein concentration and increases the uric acid clearance and excretion.

 

Foods that are relatively high in carbohydrate content while having moderate and low protein and fat content are very beneficial while vegetables and fruits aid the proper digestion of ingested food considerably. The fiber content is especially beneficial in being able to avoid a buildup of uric acid. Make it a point to drink plenty of water over the course of the day, as much as 3 liters should do.


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