A complaint of excruciating pain in one or many joints can be commonly from people with kidney disease. In the past, people commonly believed that it was caused by the excess consumption of certain foods and drinks. Actually kidney disease and gout unfortunately go hand in hand.
The relation between kidney disease and gout
Gout is the deposit of monosodium urate crystals in and around the joints, which is caused by increased levels of uric acid. Uric acid is formed when purines are broken down. High levels of uric acid cause inflammation and damage to joints and soft tissues. So gout can be either caused by the overproduction or under excretion of uric acid. However, increased uric acid can be a common symptom of kidney disease. From the information mentioned above, we can know that gout can be a very common occurrence in those suffering from under functioning kidneys.
How to manage kidney disease and gout well?
Firstly, people with kidney disease and gout need to make some changes on diet. In general, the diet suggestions include avoid alcohol, eat a low-purine diet, achieve your ideal body weight, eat an abundant supply of complex carbohydrates (vegetables, fruits, and un-refined carbohydrates e.g. rye, millet, buckwheat, spelt, kamut, quinoa, rice), low saturated fats (i.e. animal fats), low protein, and keep well hydrated with pure, fresh water (helps eliminate uric acid and prevents kidney stones).
But if we want to manage kidney disease and gout from the root, to repair kidney damage and recover renal function is something we need to do. In that case, kidneys can work normally again, thus making high uric acid levels go back to normal level naturally. Take safety and efficiency into account, Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy and Immunotherapy will be the recommended treatments.
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