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Gout Diet and Protein Myths



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Just about every function of our organs and our cells are driven by protein. We need protein for the very formation of each cells in our body, as well as for the repair of the cells, tissue, bones, skin, and muscles. Protein is used to make enzymes, hormones, neurotransmitters, and several different molecules vital to body. Protein supports and regulates every bodily function. Every fragment of protein in our diet is broken down into units of amino acids and peptides. Essential amino acids are unable to be synthesized by the body, therefore they must be supplied through the diet. These amino acids are essential to the kidneys, the immune system, the digestive system, and the central nervous system. They regulate cognitive function, manage glucose and protein synthesis, and regulate the body's nitrogen levels.

Since we are biologically closer to an animal than a plant, high-quality amino acid and protein profiles are much easier to obtain through meat and dairy. One can still gain good resources from high protein vegetables and nuts, however, the combinations of what you eat together are much more complex and necessary in order to attain the essential amino acid compounds.

Proper intake, sources of the protein, and balance remain important as excess protein can cause damage to the kidneys. The amount we need varies widely among individuals and can be determined by age, weight, body mass, gender, and physical activity.

Would you believe us if we told you we have thousands of vegetarian and vegan clients suffering with Gout and Arthritis? The protein myth may just be one of the most misunderstood pieces of this Gout puzzle.

Many are unaware that protein can actually REDUCE uric acid by increasing excretion. The problem lies in the fact that flesh-based protein can also increase uric acid due to the purine levels. However, if you've gone through the information on our site you'll find that purines in food only account for 30% of the uric acid formation in your body. So what to do? DO NOT STOP EATING PROTEIN -- INCLUDING MEAT!

Our bodies are machines -- machines that require a certain balance of resources and nutrients to function properly. Protein and some acidic balances are essential to this process. As with anything else, the sources of your food, the amount you consume, and the foods you eat together can send your body's health in one direction or the other.

Take a look at some of our page links below for more in depth information about the importance of food balance to control Gout, Arthritis, and general Inflammation.


  • Gout Foods - What is wrong, what is right?


  • Gout Diet and Purine Myths


  • More Reasons to Ditch the Purine Theory


  • Gout and Seafood


  • Alcohol and Inflammation






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