Home remedies for uric acid

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Uric acid is produced from the breakdown of the body's cells and from the foods eaten. Most of the uric acid is filtered out by the kidneys and passes out of the body in the form of urine. A small amount passes out of the body in stool. High uric acid level occurs when the kidneys are unable to eliminate uric acid efficiently. This inability may arise from taking rich and spicy foods, being obese, having diabetes, or drinking too much alcohol.



Normal uric acid levels are:
• Men: 3.4–7.0 mg/dL
• Women: 2.4–6.0 mg/dL

 

If you have greater than normal uric acid, it is an indication of various diseases like Acidosis, Diabetes, Gout or even Renal failure. Recent studies have also associated high blood uric acid levels with hypertension and cardiovascular diseases. While there are plenty of medicines designed to control uric acid, it is better to try out home remedies for uric acid. There are a number of home remedies for uric acid, all of which are simple to make, easy to find and without any side effect. The medicinal contents are pure and directly attack the illness you are trying to cure. Finally, since the raw materials are the same ingredients you use for cooking, you are assured that they are pure.

 

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