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“Inflammation” has become a medical buzzword.
As Prevention reports, “According to Nicholas Perricone, M.D, the pioneering nutritionist and dermatologist, our bodies actually depend on temporary inflammation to help fight off sudden injuries or infection. But when that inflammation becomes chronic, ‘the immune system mistakenly attacks normal cells, and the process that ordinarily heals becomes destructive.’”
When uric acid crystallizes in your body, you start to feel the painful impact of gout. Staying away from three common trigger foods can help.
More and more people are suffering from gout, according to data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). The numbers on the pain condition in the United States show that men are at an almost 3 times greater risk of this rheumatic disease:
· 8.3 million people (3.9%)
· 6.1 million men (5.9%)
· 2.2 million women (2.0%).