Men prevent gout
Gout patients are mostly men over the age of 40. Study found that vitamin C seems to reduce uric acid levels in the blood, so adequate intake of vitamin C, may be able to effectively prevent gout. Generally gout and alcoholism, obesity, hypertension, and addicted to meat and cheese eating habits, is an increasingly common disease, can lead to permanent joint damage in patients. Daily intake of vitamin C each additional 500 milligrams, can reduce the chances of gout by 17%. Compared to draw less than 250 milligrams a day of vitamin C in men, drawing 1,500 mg of vitamin C per day in men, the chances of gout symptoms appear reduced by 45%.