Cold and snowy, but that does not affect you if you can control your hyperuricemia. Because then there is no aggregation of uric acid in your extremities and no gout.
Todays weather and temperature: Snowing fairly heavily all day, touching plus at midday, mostly a couple of degrees minus.
Breakfast: Rice with beans and vegetables, miso soup.
Lunch: Cabbage omelet. I sauteed finely cut cabbage before adding the omelet, next time I will try frying the cabbage first.
Snack: Trail mix without chocolate. Guess where that went?
Dinner: Vegetable soup, two helpings.
Todays supplements and dosage: Aojiru in a green smoothie, 6 fish oil capsules, 1.5 liter rooibos tea.
Todays UA reading: 7.3 mg/dL
Todays step count: 12785 steps
How much did I drink today?: Tea 1.5 liter, coffee 1 liter, water 1 liter.
This weeks weight: 120.6 kg
Waist circumference: 120 cm
How many times did I go to the toilet today? #1 9 times, #2 2 times.
My urine pH this morning (for why this matters, read more here): 7
Was my urine strange in any way? Smelled a bit strange but not the same way as the other day. I read that they have trained dogs to smell people with Covid-19, so they should be able to smell people with hyperuricemia as well. If the human nose is sensitive enough.
How many minutes did I use the Sixpad Foot Fit Plus? None, too busy (although it is not a problem to use it when you work).