Although onions are one of the most common causes of gout, there is plenty of research to suggest that they may actually be the best thing for you to prevent your gout.
It’s a common theory among gout sufferers that eating onions can help prevent your joints from damaging themselves. Now it turns out that in a recent study, scientists have given a small group of gout sufferers an extremely small amount of onions, and then asked them to continue eating the onions for a week. In the end, the gout patients eating onions were able to stop their gout.
I am aware of an alternative theory that the study did not prove a causal relationship between onions and gout, but it does indicate that onions can indeed help prevent gout.
As I said, onions can help prevent gout. Even though they can be a good source of vitamin C, that can’t stop gout altogether because gout is a disease. If you want to avoid gout you need to reduce your intake of onions. Personally, I think the best way to start is to eat more garlic, which is often said to be a good source of vitamin C.
The fact is that there is an alternative theory that the study did not prove a causal relationship between onions and gout. But it does indicate that onions can indeed help prevent gout. In fact, onions can actually help prevent gout. In fact, onions can actually help prevent gout.
There is a lot of recent research to back this up. The most recent study, from 2011, indicates that people with gout who have high levels of vitamin C in their blood are less likely to develop gout than people who have low levels of vitamin C. Another study from 2015 demonstrated that eating onion powder regularly can relieve gout pain by 30 percent.
Yeah, onions are good for everything else, but for gout, the studies show it can help. If you eat onions, gout is less likely. If you eat onion powder, gout pain is less likely. If you eat onion soup, gout pain is less likely.
They could be, but there’s more to it than that. A study of 7,000 people found that those who ate onions or onion soup were much more likely to have gout. There’s also a link between the fact that onion soup is typically served as a side dish (because you eat it with the meal) and gout, as onions are high in vitamin A. But onion soup is also rich in vitamin C.
There is a relationship between gout and onion soup in that a glass of red wine can help reduce the pain of gout. But the biggest risk is that you’ll have gout if you’re eating a bunch of onions, or if you’re eating onion soup, or if you’re eating onion powder.
So the advice I’ve been given is to avoid onions, onion soup, and onion powder. If you do, you might have gout. But before I go and tell everyone to stop eating onions, I have a few more tips to share.