Category Archives: Gout and Beverages

Wine And Gout – Is Wine As Bad As Beer?

Alcohol in general has been highly related to gout. Those with gout are likely to experience more flareups if they exaggerate with alcohol, while those without it are more likely to be diagnosed in the long run. However, most tests have been performed on beer and hard liquors. When it comes to wine – which… Read More »

Gout And Milk – Is Milk Bad For Gout?

Gout diet is based on purines. These are compounds found in almost any food and beverage. Well, when purines break, uric acid is produced. When the level of uric acid is high, it will form crystals in joints and we get a gout attack. Literally, all foods have purines and you cannot avoid them. However,… Read More »

Diet Soda And Gout – Surprising Facts!

Nowadays gout affects 8.1 million people in the United States, which is 3.9% of the population. This is a significant increase if we know that in the 80s and the 90s, the number of affected people was 2.7% of the population. Of course, this means that in the near future, even more people will suffer… Read More »