Cherries

They help lower uric acid levels by increasing kidney filtration rate and decreasing reabsorption of uric acid.

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Vitamin C

Several metabolic studies and a double-blinded placebo-controlled randomized trial, have shown that higher vitamin C intake significantly reduces serum uric acid levels.

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Coffee

Turns out, coffee contains an antioxidant called chlorogenic acid that can lower your uric acid levels and may even prevent gout.

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Water

Milk is another good beverage to reduce uric acid production and increase uric acid excretion from the body.

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Weight Loss

Being overweight or obese makes it harder for your kidneys to eliminate uric acid through your urine.

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Balance Insulin Levels

However, too much insulin can lead to excess uric acid in the body, as well as weight gain. That’s because insulin decreases the urinary excretion of uric acid.

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Dietary Fiber

Adding more dietary fiber to your diet also helps increase satiety. This makes it easier to avoid overeating, which can lead to weight gain. The less excess fat you carry, the less uric acid your body produces.

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Reduce Stress

That’s because exercising can help reduce inflammation, maintain a healthy weight, and prevent insulin resistance. These are all things that can help reduce uric acid levels in your body.

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Exercise Regularly

That’s because exercising can help reduce inflammation, maintain a healthy weight, and prevent insulin resistance. These are all things that can help reduce uric acid levels in your body.

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Reduce Certain Meds

Low-dose aspirin may also raise the level because it can interfere with your kidneys’ ability to excrete uric acid.

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