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My gout keeps coming back too frequently. How can I slow it down.
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Here are few tips:

Stay well-hydrated, drink plenty of water. Eliminate sugary and diary products from your diet.

Do not drink alcohol. Research suggests that beer may be particularly likely to increase the risk of gout symptoms, especially in men.

Maintain a healthy weight. Losing weight may decrease uric acid levels in your body. Do not do fasting which temporarily raise uric acid levels.

Limit your intake of meat, fish and poultry.
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