Lemon Juice

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Since gout is caused by uric acid buildup in the body, it is only natural that a powerful base might be able to counter the effects. Lemon juice, as it turns out, is strongly alkalized, and balances the effects of uric acid, preventing it from solidifying and crystallizing. The citric acid and other antioxidant components of lemon juice can noticeably reduce the symptoms and discomfort associated with gout. The vitamin C in lemon juice will also help to promote healing and repair, due to its important role in the production of collagen. Finally, you can combine lemon juice with baking soda for even faster anti-gout results.

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