Millions of gout sufferers know one thing. Red meat and animal meat, in general, can be either very dangerous for gout or partially dangerous. This is true actually. For example, organ meat is something all people suffering from gout must avoid at all cost. It is extremely risky and it will be responsible for your next gout flare. So, bone broth and gout have the same link? Wrong.
If you have been consuming bone broth you know that it is one of those things you love or hate. Various recipes exist, but all of them look far from appealing. On the other side, we can see people enjoying bone broth and consuming it daily.
The main goal for today is to see how it affects gout and should it be avoided, consumed daily, or occasionally. But first, let’s start from the beginning.
What is bone broth?
This section is mandatory due to the fact many people don’t know what bone broth is. Yes, it involves animal bone but it also uses connective tissue. You can make it at home. Simmering the two ingredients is simple and won’t take a lot of time.
Bone broth has been used for centuries. It originated at a time when people existed as hunters and gatherers only. Soon they realized that making various things from animal bone is possible. Bone broth originated after that.
The best thing is the fact you can make it from almost any animal. Some examples include lamb, beef, turkey, veal, pork, and even chicken or fish. Making it from bison, venison or buffalo is also possible. Bone marrow and different types of connective tissues (gizzards, beaks, fins, hooves, and feet) are used.
Bone broth is beneficial for all gout sufferers
Here is the big answer you have been waiting from the start. Bone broth and gout can coexist in the same person and yes, you are going to notice some improvements in managing your condition.
There is only one connection though. Bone broth contains compound known as glycine and it is basically amino acid. But, when consumed in larger amounts, it will promote the excretion of uric acid. The situation is the same in healthy and people with gout.
There were several studies that proved this benefit. There is but however, you will need to consume bone broth frequently or in larger amounts in order to get enough of glycine needed to help your body eliminate uric acid. If you like bone broth, this won’t be a problem for you.
Bone broth also contains Arginine, another amino acid. It is known to help with inflammation, especially chronic. You already know that gout is inflammatory disease hence this compound can be helpful to you. Sadly, there are no actual records and links between the two. We do know that the amino acid here helps with inflammation of the airways.
Collagen, found in ligaments and bones of the animals will be broken down into gelatin when you make bone broth. Gelatin helps you by maintaining your joints healthy. What it does is helps the regeneration of ligaments and tendons (parts of muscles that are connected to the bones). This might be another, an important benefit for gout sufferers.
Adding bone broth to your gout diet
Yes, you should add bone broth to your diet. As aforementioned, you can either make it by yourself or you can purchase pre-made drinks easily these days. Obviously, this is possible and recommended only if you like the taste and you want to consume it. If it looks weird or you cannot withstand bone broth, nothing mentioned here will make you drink it. The bottom line of bone broth and gout connection is the presence of minor benefits. This food can decrease uric acid levels and can help your body maintain joint health. Try drinking bone broth when you are suffering from a gout flare and record the effects. If the benefits are massive, it means that this particular drink works well for your body and it is something you definitely need more often.
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