The Best Juice for Uric Acid Removal and Less Joint Pain

Gout happens when urate crystals gather in your joint, triggering the inflammation and strong pain of a gout attack. Urate crystals are forming when in your blood there are high levels of uric acid.

Your body creates uric acid when it breakdowns purines — constituents that are found naturally in your body, and also in certain foods, like steak, seafood and organ meats. Many other foods can also promote higher levels of uric acid, like alcoholic beverages, particularly beer, and every drink sweetened with fructose-fruit sugar.

Generally, uric acid melts in your blood and passes through your kidneys to your urine. But from time to time your body moreover produces too much uric acid or just your kidneys emit too little uric acid. When this is happening, uric acid can form up, and form sharp like needle urate crystals in a joint or in nearby tissue that causes pain, swelling and inflammation.

Inflammation problems like gout, arthritis and kidney fail are due to uric acid crystals concentrated in joints and bones. If this is not properly treated, these crystals will become with even more severe pain and will limit movements or just cause arthritis. This natural juice recipe can prevent such issues.

You will need:

  • 1 Medium Cucumber
  • 1 Grapefruit
  • 3 Ginger Root Pieces
  • Water

Preparation:

First you’ll have to clean every piece and then blend them all together. There you have it, a smoothie. Consume it before every meal.

Here are the benefits of every ingredient:

Ginger

Detoxifies and also fights inflammation.

Cucumber

It fights the uric acid and inflammation in every joint. It stops the kidney stones to create.

Grapefruit

This fruit is plentiful in vitamin C and also removes pain in the joints. Contains calcium and fights osteoarthritis.

Pineapple

This fruit contains bromelain and also relives painful joints, fights inflammation fast.

Source: www.weeklyhealthylife.com
               www.mayoclinic.org/diseases-conditions/gout/basics/causes/con-20019400
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