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Sign up to the right for your own personally diet diary. Here you can keep track of your meals, make notes about missed meals and much more!
Getting Your Diet Plan is The Easy Part. Keeping to a Schedule is More Challenging
Meal plan consist of :
*Daily/weekly calories and macros based on your body requirement and goal
*weekly meal plan for every meal ( Breakfast, Lunch and dinner)
*Grocery list for the weekly meal plan
We will create a diet plan for you based on your body’s needs, taste, time availability, intolerance, and budget.
Frequently Asked Questions
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What do I Eat When uric acid is high?
Water is essential for good health, so drink plenty of it every day. You should also eat a variety of fruits, vegetables and whole grains to get the complex carbohydrates your body needs. And limit consumption of sugary drinks and foods with high-fructose corn syrup.
Should I avoid all rich foods?
It's a common misconception that gout is caused by consuming rich foods. In fact, eating desserts and other fatty foods in moderation will not trigger a gout flare-up. However, overeating these items can lead to weight gain, and obesity is a major risk factor for gout attacks.
Is high fructose corn syrup a problem?
There is no doubt that high-fructose corn syrup can trigger gout flare-ups, as it increases uric acid levels in the body. However, many people are unaware that this ingredient is commonly used in pre-packaged and processed foods. The next time you go grocery shopping, be sure to check the nutrition labels on products. If high-fructose corn syrup is listed as an ingredient, put the item back on the shelf.
Do acidic foods lead to high uric acid?
Different types of foods can affect the levels of uric acid in our bodies. Some people believe that acidic foods, such as tomatoes, citrus fruits and beans, will cause an increase in uric acid levels. However, this is not always the case. dairy products can also play a role in uric acid production..
Do I need to stop eating meat if I have gout?
No. Organ meats, such as liver, are best avoided because they have high levels of purines, which can lead to flare-ups. Eating lean meats, like chicken and turkey, should not affect your condition. Seafoods like shrimp and lobster often have lots of purines, so it's best not to eat them too often.
Do I need to stop drinking alcohol with gout?
There are many benefits to cutting out alcohol, especially if you suffer from gout. Alcohol molecules increase uric acid levels in your body, so drinking can trigger a flare-up. If you're newly diagnosed, it's a good idea to abstain from alcohol while you get your medication sorted out. Once your uric acid levels have stabilized, your doctor may give you the OK to have the occasional drink.
Meet Your Nutrition Expert
A personal trailer and Nutritionist, Lisa has trained 100’s of people in her home town of Rio Rancho, NM as well as other states in the Southwest United States. With 20 years in the industry she has proven herself time after time on her weight loss program.