HOW TO CONTROL URIC ACID LEVELS

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Hyperuricemia or the elevated levels of uric acid in the blood are caused by either increased production of uric acid in the body or reduced excretion of it through the kidneys.  This leads to numerous other health issues, like the formation of kidney stones, renal failure, or gouty arthritis (the accumulation of uric acid in joints in the form of crystals.

 Recent studies have also found that high blood uric acid levels might also cause hypertension and cardiovascular disease. The normal uric acid levels in men are in the range 3.4–7.0mg/dL, and 2.4–6.0 mg/dL in women. High uric acid levels in the blood might also be a result of alcohol abuse, genetics, a diet high in purines, renal insufficiency, underactive thyroid, endocrine or metabolic conditions like diabetes or acidosis, obesity, and certain other diseases.

Also, certain cancers, chemotherapy, and medications like diuretics might elevate these levels. Crash dieting, fasting, and exercise might temporarily increase uric acid in the blood. Yet, there are also some natural remedies can help you control and decrease uric acid levels, and these are the 10 most successful:

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