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12:35 PM | 09-01-2019

Acid levels in uric acid test slightly high…what’s the solution?


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11:16 AM | 09-01-2019

You could try having a concoction of lemon juice diluted with equal amount of water. Have it every 3-4 hours.

Basically with high uric acid your body is more acidic than alkaline, u have to restore the balance by upping the alkaline foods. Hope you don’t take dairy and wheat? These leave a high acidic residue in the body. Start your day with soaked raisins. - they are highly alkaline.



11:16 AM | 09-01-2019

Uric acid is a by-product of certain metabolic activities, including digestion of certain foods. The body is capable of getting rid of uric acid, in the same way, it takes care of the removal of other waste. High uric acid can either mean the body is unable to do cleaning work properly or your diet has elements that lead to higher levels. Typically non-veg foods lead to higher uric acid. Certain veg foods like spinach and mushrooms can also be the reason, but as long as you are not overeating any of these, I won’t say you have to avoid these foods. Just focus on providing more cleaning material to your body.  

Body spends more energy on digestion and hence lesser on cleansing if you eat difficult to digest foods.....hence eat more of easy to digest foods such as fruits and raw veggies.... have only fruits till 12 noon, as much as you want based on hunger, eat seasonal fruits, have them whole or as juice or smoothie... cooked food definitely not more than twice a day, even with that have salad.

Try for 21 days and see if there’s a change. And one earnest request - don’t look for remedies and quick fixes.... only when you deal with the root cause, you will get long-lasting good health.... high uric acid often culminates into bigger issues like arthritis, kidney stones, etc. So nip it in the bud.


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