keto and ms
You’ve probably heard that a ketogenic diet can lower inflammation and improve arthritis. Gout is a type of inflammatory arthritis, so how does a ketogenic diet affect gout? What about meat
and seafood consumption and purines? What about sugar? Let’s look at the evidence and details surrounding keto and gout. What Is Gout?Gout refers to painful and sudden swelling and inflammation of a joint, usually in the big toe, though it can also affect other joints
like the heels, wrists, and fingers. Gout involves higher levels of uric acid in the blood, leading to crystals forming in the affected joint. The condition is more common in men and older adults. What Causes Gout?Meat has a possible connection to goutThe cause of gout isn’t definitive.