In fact, hyperuricemic nephropathy is not far away from us, and many people around us are reserve troops for hyperuricemic nephropathy. Why? Because the causes of high uric acid are too common in our lives. Let's take a look at these five groups of people:
1. People who often need to socialize, these people often eat and drink from the sea, eat and drink from the sea, consume excessive nutrients, and are very prone to hyperuricemia, causing kidney damage;
2. People living in coastal areas who often eat seafood are also prone to hyperuricemia, which can lead to kidney damage, because seafood contains a large amount of purine;
3. People living in inland areas, especially in pastoral areas, who like to eat red meat proteins such as beef and mutton and animal offal, are also very prone to hyperuricemia;
Obese people, especially those with centripetal obesity, which is also known as abdominal obesity, are prone to hyperuricemia and kidney damage due to overweight; The average weight of gout patients exceeds the standard body weight by 18%, and the larger the body surface area, the higher the serum uric acid level. After obese people lose weight, their blood uric acid levels can decrease.
5. People with gout in their families are also prone to hyperuricemia, leading to kidney damage.
If you belong to these five groups of people, the risk of gout and high uric acid can be high. In fact, many people around us are already at risk of high uric acid nephropathy.
What should we pay attention to in life?
First, drink more water. Drink 8-10 cups of boiled water every day. A sufficient amount of urine can help excrete uric acid, reduce the concentration of uric acid in the urine, and prevent urethral stones.
Secondly, it is necessary to eat more foods with low purine content in the diet, such as most vegetables and fruits, milk, chicken, eggs, freshwater fish, etc. Eat less meat, tofu, etc. Do not eat animal offal or seafood.
Third, drink less alcohol because alcohol and uric acid can seize the chance of being expelled from the body. In addition to the above effects, beer has the following effects. It is also because of the high content of purine, which is more likely to lead to an increase in blood uric acid.
Finally, it is important to maintain a suitable weight, both to prevent obesity and to avoid sharp weight loss, as this can damage muscle tissue and temporarily increase uric acid concentration.
Gout is related to obesity and a high purine diet. The more favorable the dietary conditions, the more prone the population is to develop gout.