4 Easy Ways To Reduce Uric Acid

to reduce uric acid

Have you ever heard of elevated uric acid? Your doctor may have diagnosed you or someone in your family. The first and best recommendation we can give you is to always follow the treatment prescribed by the doctor.

Then we can put a series of tips into practice. Basic strategies through which to  improve our life habits  and our health in general. These are very simple actions that you can include in your day to day to feel better.

We show them below.

1. Artichoke water to reduce uric acid

Artichoke drink.

The artichoke will be your faithful ally to reduce uric acid. You can consume it boiled, baked, with a little olive oil and vinegar … It doesn’t matter. As you already know, one of the most effective ways to lower uric acid is by drinking plenty of fluids.

So a more effective strategy when it comes to achieving this is through the water that we obtain from cooking the artichokes. The ideal would be to drink a liter a day, mixed with the juice of half a lemon. But why is this vegetable so beneficial for uric acid ?:

  • Artichokes have caffeic, linoleic and oleic acids. This means that they help us metabolize fats in the body, as well as the purines that cause high uric acid. Thus, they exert a cleansing action, which is also very beneficial for reducing the level of cholesterol in the blood and regulating blood pressure.
  • The artichoke also reduces the presence of sugar in the blood.
  • It is very diuretic, wonderful because to eliminate fluid retention and to prevent uric acid from accumulating along with many other toxins present in the body.
  • Do not forget the “great cocktail” of natural health that it offers us: vitamins A, B6, calcium, phosphorus, magnesium, potassium, sodium, iron …

2. Water, apples and strawberries

Why drink apple and strawberry water? And why right after lunch? Take note of the explanation:

  • Much of the uric acid is generated during digestion. It is when some foods make us unable to properly digest many of its elements, such as purines. If during digestion we include an apple and strawberry juice, we will achieve that the hydrochloric acid (HCl) alkalizes the digestive process a little better and neutralizes the acids produced during digestion, including uric acid.
  • Apple and strawberries stimulate  both HCl and bicarbonate production, allowing uric acid to be reduced.

Preparation

  1. Boil a chopped apple in just over a glass of water (about 250 ml).
  2. Add 5 very clean strawberries and let it cook for half an hour.
  3. Then filter the contents and drink the resulting water, about 15 minutes after your lunch. If you do it 3 times a week, you will notice the results in your next analyzes.

3. Adequate infusions to reduce uric acid

Medicinal plants are also excellent mediators to reduce the presence of this high uric acid in the body. These infusions can be easily found in natural stores, and even in pharmacies, as is the case with the well-known “horsetail”. We give you the data below:

Horsetail Infusion

Horsetail tea.

Why is it so healthy if you have high uric acid? Basically because it is very diuretic, so it will allow us to eliminate uric acid very effectively thanks to its high content of potassium salts.

It is worth having a cup, either every afternoon, or when we wake up.

Dandelion infusion

We have talked to you on numerous occasions about the great benefits of dandelions. We could say that it is that already indispensable medicinal plant that we should always have at home.

It is highly purifying and, thanks to the production of urine, we will very adequately eliminate this high level of uric acid. We will also avoid its excessive accumulation, which causes the appearance of urate crystals in the joints and the consequent pain and inflammation. Ideal to take between 1 and 2 cups a day.

4. Those foods that you should eliminate from your table

Eating meat increases blood pressure

The above tips will have no effect if you do not eliminate from your diet, starting today, all those foods that cause an increase in uric acid. It is worth taking them into account:

  • The liver, kidneys, heart and entrails of animals.
  • Red meat, such as veal, beef, or lamb.
  • All kinds of sausages, such as sausages, blood sausages, sausages …
  • Lentils and chickpeas are also very high in purines. Better to moderate your consumption.
  • Industrial foods such as the classic envelope soups, frozen, precooked, industrial pastries …
  • Alcoholic beverages, supermarket juices or carbonated drinks.

It is better to replace them with the following foods:

  • Fresh vegetables, such as pumpkin, celery, carrots, onions …
  • Substitute chicken or turkey breasts for red meat.
  • Consume all kinds of citrus fruits, they are excellent, as well as blueberries or cherries. They are very medicinal in case of high uric acid.

Uric acid is something that we should all have controlled to some extent. In addition to following the doctor’s instructions, we suggest you also follow these simple tips.

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