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    Diet for ppl with uric acid.

    Yesterday, I found out that my uric acid level is on the upper limit ( 6.6) So, I have to reduce it. Can someone tell me recipes with no protein, I have to avoid chaana, all kinds of pulses, milk & milk products, cauliflower etc. Should I exclude mushrooms & eggs as well?

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    Hi Alan, as far as I know eggs have high protien content as well so eggs would be out I am not sure about mushrooms
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    Mushrooms too r rich in protein...
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    Hi Alan,
    I had gone through similar phase...the possible reason could be sudden change in your life style..eg. have u started doing strenous exercise or have you increased your alchohol intake lately,
    because this could be the major cause so
    with maintaining the healthy diet and light exercise your uric acid will get normal.
    In case you drink I would request to stop totally as even a small amount of beer can also trigger the increase in uric acid level.
    Hope this helps

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    Can one test uric acid level on their own?. If yes, what is the procedure?.
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    Thanks Anu & dev

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    Quote Originally Posted by dev
    Can one test uric acid level on their own?. If yes, what is the procedure?.
    No- you have to go to a lab for it & get the urine tested.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ash_970
    Hi Alan,
    I had gone through similar phase...the possible reason could be sudden change in your life style..eg. have u started doing strenous exercise or have you increased your alchohol intake lately,
    because this could be the major cause so
    with maintaining the healthy diet and light exercise your uric acid will get normal.
    In case you drink I would request to stop totally as even a small amount of beer can also trigger the increase in uric acid level.
    Hope this helps
    Hello ash!

    I don't drink at all- just home-made wine at my Chritian friends' places , that too for christmas or Easter.

    Well, I have started exercise- but I had no idea it could increase the uric acid level in the body- because I have like gallons of water every day........so its really puzzling!

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    Hi Alan,

    The uric acid indicates excessive turnover /breakdown of cells in

    the body it has nothing to do how much water we drink.

    So if your cell turnover is above normall the cell break down results in high break down products coming in the blood plasma through the break down of neuclic material of the cell.

    The oral protein in-take has a minimal effect on the plasma uric acid levels and should not be significant.

    keep an eye and get it checked regularly.

    I hope the explanation helps........

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