What should I test next? I have four candidates: Lemon juice, apple vinegar, vitamin C, and milk. Yes, does not sound much like supplements, does it? But all of these either have clinically proven effect on uric acid levels, or is believed by a lot of people to do so. Well, will make the decision this weekend, still some cherries to go.
Breakfast: Leftover oden (mainly the daikon), and rice with natto - a high-purine food, since it is made from fermented beans. Caffe latte.
Lunch: Toppogi with extra vegetables.
Snack: A carrot.Yes really, I have loved carrots since I was a kid and raw carrots are great snacks. No purine, no sugar, lots of vitamins and fibers. And cafe au lait.
Dinner:Natto rice again.
Todays UA reading: 9.3 mg/dL.
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