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Diet for high uric acid high cholesterol and high triglycerides

my husband have high uric acid high chiolesterol and high triglcerides i am confused about diet ... i read that red kidney beans , chick peas have fiber they help to low LDL but they have purine so they should be avoided in uric acid.. please tell me he should eat or not?
Asked On : Thu, 3 Feb 2011
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Hi,Welcome to HCM.
Read your problem.For uric acid you need to have low protein diet, avoid dals,sprouts,cabbage, cauliflower, tomato. For triglycerides have high fiber food and low carbohydrate food, avoid alcohol, oily and fatty food. Atleast 20 mins of brisk walk daily.
Fiber foods like ragi, vegetables salads, apple, watermelon. Drink plenty of water.
Wish you good health.
Answered: Tue, 13 Sep 2011
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it is true. that pulses like mung, chana, rajma etc is taken in a case of uric acid patient, then it will increase its level. because they are rich in high protein which during its metabolism produces uric acid. so he must avoid it. rest about high chl, then regular work out, walking , and other aids like breathing excercise, yoga etc will help him living healthy. as far as my view, high protien do not have direct effect on lowering LDL.
so stay relaxed.
have a good health.
Answered: Tue, 16 Aug 2011
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