Preventing Gout Attacks and Treating Gout with diet for Kidney Patients
Episode 100: Preventing Gout Attacks and Treating Gout with diet for Kidney Patients. Gout is a form of arthritis characterized by severe pain, redness, and tenderness in joints. Pain and inflammation occur when too much uric acid crystallizes and deposits in the joints. Gout attack symptoms include severe pain, redness, and swelling in joints, often the big toe. Gout Attacks can come suddenly, often at night, and can lead to kidney stones. Renal Dietitian Jen Hernandez and Kidney Health Coach James Fabin discuss using diet to prevent gout attacks for patients with Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD).
To simplify the nutritional needs for individuals with chronic kidney disease, and to decrease the prevalence of kidney disease by providing nutrition education including realistic and wholesome lifestyle changes.
Jen helps those with chronic kidney disease find their best kidney-friendly diet so that they can spend less time stressing over keeping their kidney function and get more control of their life!
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