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Uric Acid: How to Reduce Uric Acid Levels in the Body

  By posted Feb 28th 2013
Healthy Living

 


Uric acid level increases in body when the body produces too much of it or fails to expel it efficiently. Simply put, Uric acid is a waste product resulting from the metabolism of food and the level of uric acid in your blood can elevate if your body produces too much of it or if it doesn't efficiently flush it. To avoid complications, it is very important to keep your diet in check.


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