How to remove crystalline uric acid in joints

Usually you hear complaints of joint pain and difficulty walking when a person grows old. But why do you think this is happening? In the area where the compound meets the nest, there is a fluid called synovial fluid to soften the bones; This fluid decreases with age. Without synovial fluid to move the articular joints, the bone can damage the tissue surrounding it, causing pain and inflammation. This condition is commonly called arthritis. But did you know that another cause of arthritis is the problem with the formation of uric acid crystals?

The relationship between thyroid and uric acid levels

The thyroid gland is a small organ in the form of a butterfly, which is located in the neck. [1] This is part of the endocrine system of the body, which is responsible for the production and regulation of hormones in the body. The thyroid gland specifically produces hormones that regulate growth and metabolism, which explains why the problems of the thyroid gland often affect the weight of a person and energy levels. But the hormones produced by the thyroid gland also regulate the amount of uric acid found in the blood. With hypothyroidism, the kidneys do not secrete uric acid adequately, which leads to their accumulation in the joints in the form of crystals. With hyperthyroidism, the body covers the purines with uric acid too quickly, which leads to accumulation in the joints, and also [2]. These crystals damage the tissues in the joint, which causes pain during movement. Prolonged tissue damage can cause re-inflammation and subsequent scars, leading to poor mobility to complete immobility.

Can an alkaline diet help?
To counteract high levels of uric acid in the blood, alkalinizing therapy is often part of the medical management of gout. [3] But can an alkaline diet work just as well? Already for a long time the question is discussed whether alkaline diets have health benefits or is just a fleeting fad, with counter arguments that maintain the pH of the organism at a very constant level, despite the acidity of the food consumed. However, it goes deeper than this: a recent study in 2010, published in the journal Nutrition Journal by Kanbara, A., et. Etc. That an alkaline diet can cause an increase in uric acid excretion through the urine. On the other hand, acid diets suppress the excretion of uric acid in the urine. [4]

This study strongly suggests that by regulating the diet by including alkaline foods, it can help remove uric acid in the blood, [5] which implies the hope of removing the formed uric acid crystals in the joints. However, recent studies on the beneficial effects of dietary modifications that are specifically designed for uric acid crystals in gouty arthritis have not yet been published (the last study was conducted in 1959 [6])

Food More Alkaline food
Alkaline diet is usually rich in plant and bean nutrition – food that has a high pH level or low acid content. Alkaline diet can include the following foods [4]:

• Rye bread
• Tofu
• The Okra
• Green soybeans
• Carrot
• Green leafy vegetables
• A tomato
• Red and yellow pepper
• Pumpkin
• Green onions
• Cucumber
• Cabbage
• Salad
• Garlic
• Dried seaweed
• Olive oil

Please also note that a typical acidic or acid-forming diet contains high levels of sugar, processed foods, bread and meat. Another interesting anomaly here is lemons. Lemons are very acidic, but supporters of this system consider alkaline.

Various studies have shown how beneficial alkaline therapy and an alkaline diet can significantly reduce the level of uric acid in the blood, which opens the way for research on their effect on uric acid crystals. Can you believe that you are simply changing your diet to include more greens and other fruits and vegetables and help reduce the symptoms of gouty arthritis? Medical research shows that this idea has potential. Of course, we have come to the point that “we have technology”: we can analyze these ideas using metadata and a large number of people to come to firm conclusions.

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