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High uric acid levels, gout and cholesterol. Will boiled parsley and celery seed help?

i boil parsley and celery seed together and give it to my dad to drink for uric acid this a right way for uric acid and gout treatment? do fenugreek seed increase uric acid or is it helpful? he also has cholesterol problem what are another natural remedies to lower cholesterol n uric acid and avoid gout? please help
Asked On : Wed, 21 Nov 2012
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Feb 2014
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You can have a low purine diet for lowering the levels of uric acid in the body.
Choose high fiber foods like whole grain barley, whole wheat, brown rice and whole rye. To lower your risk of gout, eat fruits, vegetables, whole grains and fat-free or low-fat milk products. Get your protein mainly from low-fat dairy products because they may protect against gout.

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