Control of uric acid is very important. Because once it is out of control, it can lead to Gout. When small crystals start accumulating in the joints and are not able to come out through urine, then the problems start. The best way to control it is with your right diet.
People who are more at risk –High intake of iron and protein. High BP and high thyroid Obesity
Food to eat – Green vegetables, fruits, egg, coffee, green tea, tea, whole grains, oats, brown rice, jawar, dry fruits.
Food not to eat – curd, meat, fish, soy milk, avoid dal rice at night.
Tips to lower uric acid level
Bathua water - Take out the juice of Bathua leaves and drink it on an empty stomach, do not eat anything for 2 hours after drinking the juice. Try this for 1 week, you will see the difference.
Olive oil – Use olive oil for regular use in the kitchen. It contains a rich quantity of vitamin E and other important nutrients that are helpful in decreasing uric acid levels.
Flaxseed - Eat flaxseeds half an hour after having a meal.
Carom water - Soak a spoonful of carom seeds in a glass of water overnight and drink it on an empty stomach in the morning. You will get to see the difference in a week.
Amla – Prepare a mixture of amla juice with aloe vera juice and drink it but before this take any doctor's consultation.
Raw papaya - Cut raw papaya and boil it in 2 liters of water for 5 minutes, then filter it and cool it. Drink it 2-3 times a day.
Coconut water – Coconut water is very beneficial for uric acid patients.
Drink plenty of water – This is useful in removing excess uric acid. So, keep drinking water frequently and keep your body hydrated.
Baking soda - Drink half a teaspoon of soda in a glass of water, uric acid will be reduced.
Apple cider vinegar - Mix two drops of apple cider vinegar in a glass of water and consume it twice a day. For best result, continue having it for two weeks.