So sugar alone, witout additional purines, can raise your UA. That is consistent with the theory that hyperuricemia is caused by uncontrolled glucose production (as uric acid is a by-product of that same glucose production).
Todays weather and temperature: Very cold night (below minus 11 degrees centigrade), around zero degrees centigrade during daytime.
Breakfast: Toast and coffee at a nearby cafe, and some of the quiches I made yesterday. I need to work more on the recipe, but mixing in a couple of spoonfuls of mustard with the eggs was a huge hit.
Lunch: Dal curry with tomato and onion, nan bread, salad and lassi (Indian yoghurt drink).
Snack: Crackers, fried sweet potatoes and apples, and purine-free beer
Dinner: Minestrone soup and quiche. Still half left. Maybe I should make a smaller one next time.
Todays supplements and dosage: Forgot those today, as we went out for breakfast.
Todays UA reading: 7.3 mg/dL, which is quite an astounding change from yesterday. Like having a high-purine meal. But the only thing I changed was eating sugar.... So sugar is definitely able to raise your uric acid.
Todays step count: 7647 steps
How much did I drink today?: Coffee 0.75 liter, lassi (at the indian lunch) 0.25 liter, water 1.5 liter. Adds up to 3.5 liters, just below one US gallon.
This weeks weight: 121.2 kg (so I gained weight from eating sugar too!)
Waist circumference: 122 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
How many minutes did I use the Sixpad Foot Fit Plus? None, no desktime today.