So chocolate does not lower UA. Well, that was expected, really. Becoming free from the risk of gout attacks is a long, hard slog. There is no miracle cure for gout flare-ups. Or hyperuricemia. Or metabolic syndrome. Just the steady grind until it stops.
Todays weather and temperature: Very warm for January (almost 10 deg c), sunny and windy. Colder at night.
Breakfast: Rice and natto (fermented soy beans), pickled vegetables.
Lunch: Sweet potato, eggplant and cabbage fry-up with tofu and eggs. No purines, low calorie.
Snack: Some crackers and a piece of sugarfree chocolate.
Dinner: Wine and spareribs in addition to my regular soup.
Todays supplements and dosage: Aojiru in a green smoothie, 6 fish oil capsules.
Todays UA reading: 9.1 mg/dL
Todays step count: 12571 steps
How much did I drink today?: Coffee 1 liter, tea 1.5 liter, water 1 liter, wine 0.5 liter. Bout 4 liters, or 1 1/10 US gallon.
This weeks weight: 121.4 kg
Waist circumference: 119 cm
How many times did I go to the toilet today? #1 8 times, #2 3 times.
My urine pH this morning (for why this matters, read more here): 7
Was my urine strange in any way? No, not noticeably
How many minutes did I use the Sixpad Foot Fit Plus? 10