Overcoming High Levels Of Uric Acid And Cholesterol In The Blood?
gout 5.4 cholesterol 234. What I want to ask is what should I avoid with high uric acid and cholesterol values
Gout when it is too high can cause complaints in the form of joint pain, stiff joints, swollen joints and heat. For women, normal uric acid values around 2.4-5.6 mg / dL. While high cholesterol can cause complications in the form of an increased risk of stroke and heart attack.
Cholesterol tests include total cholesterol, LDL, HDL, and triglycerides. The value that you submit may be the value of total cholesterol. The normal total cholesterol value is less than 200 mg / dL.
Are there currently complaints? If your total cholesterol and uric acid values exceed normal or include near the upper limit, it is strongly recommended to start improving your lifestyle and diet. Have you consulted your lab results with the doctor? If not, I suggest that you bring the results of the lab to the nearest doctor so that further interpretation and examination can be done so that you can be given more appropriate treatment. It is likely that your doctor will ask you to consume a healthier diet first with exercise and if necessary repeat lab tests (it will be more accurate if you do a test with a sample of venous blood).
While waiting to see a doctor, you can do a few tips for cholesterol and high uric acid below first:
Regular exercise 3-4x / week, but adjust to body conditions, no need to force yourself to do strenuous exercise Maintain ideal body weight Consumption of healthy and nutritious foods that are processed by boiling or steaming Avoid fried or oily foods Avoid high-fat foods such as broths , fried foods, seafood other than fish, egg yolks, beef, mutton, coconut milk, milk and its processed Avoid foods that contain high purines such as beans, melinjo, processed melinjo, game prey, seafood, jerohan, sardines Increase consumption of vegetables and fruits such as oranges, apples, grapes, strawberries, eggplants, avocados, carrots, tomatoes, melons, brown rice Drink plenty of water Avoid cigarette smoke and alcohol and reduce caffeine Perform routine control according to doctor's recommendations (for example every 3-6 months if the results are still high) Hopefully this helps you,