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Doubts on the link between eating red meat and knee pain

Millions of people worldwide suffer from multiple sclerosis. The problem of joint pain has a profound effect on quality of life, economy and well-being. In some cases, if the problem is severe, it can paralyze the person and cause him or her to stumble. But it is also surprising how people associate joint pain especially knee pain with overeating. As a result, as soon as a person complains of knee pain, he or she is told to “eat less red meat”.

So how is it?

First of all we need to understand that knee pain is different and each has its own causes. Therefore, not all types of knee pain are caused by the same thing.

Types of joint diseases that can cause knee pain include:

1) Osteoarthritis: Osteoarthritis is a disease of the joints caused by the deformity of the joints, especially in the weight-bearing organs such as the knee.

2) Rheumatoid arthritis. However, cold sores affect the limbs, such as the fingers and toes.

3) Septic arthritis. This type of infection can affect any part of the body if a bacterial infection such as bacteria invades the whole body or a single organ.

4) Gout arthritis is a disease of the joints caused by the accumulation of urate in the joints.

Stroke Injury: This type of joint pain occurs especially in athletes and athletes such as soccer players and so on. For example, damage to the meniscal tear. Or when a car accident engulfs a person and he gets a fracture on the limb, this can damage vital parts of the limb leading to knee pain.
So what kind of knee pain is related to eating red meat?

One of the most common types of joint disease that can be associated with overeating is gout, as mentioned above.

How gonorrhea occurs

Traditionally, the human body produces purines, while when the body dissolves this substance it produces a substance called ‘uric acid’. Uric acid dissolves in the blood and is then filtered by the kidneys into the urine.

But every time the body produces too many purines due to overeating of purines or when the kidneys fail to filter uric acid into the urine, this will causing the accumulation of uric acid in the blood too much.

Likewise, too much uric acid in the blood can cause it to break down into urate. This ‘urate’ salt accumulates in the joints causing heartburn which causes severe pain, swelling and retention of the joints.

In addition, there are many different foods that we eat today and tomorrow that contain purines. And eating too much of these foods can cause high levels of uric acid in the blood which can lead to gout.

Some of the foods that contain purines are:

Red meat, like beef, lamb
Internal meat, such as liver, kidneys, gallbladder
Mushrooms, such as shrimp, sardines, lobster, mussels, anchovies
Alcohol, fructose foods such as lemons, ice cream, chocolate candy and more.
Herbs such as spinach and asparagus also contain a lot of purines, but research has shown that the purines in spinach and asparagus do not cause an increase in uric acid. acid ‘in the blood. So they are not on the list of things a diabetic should avoid.

When do you start abstaining from these listed foods?

Intervals or abstinence from these types of foods should be given as soon as the doctor confirms that the person has gonorrhea.

But a person can continue to eat these foods as long as he or she is not diagnosed with gout or there are no complaints of pain or inflammation in his or her organs. However, the best solution is always the middle ground.

How can knee pain be diagnosed from gawut pain?

Knee pain is associated with gout if there are signs of pain, swelling, stiffness in other parts of the body especially the big toe.

After examining these symptoms, the doctor will ask for a person’s blood test to check the level of uric acid in the blood. Gingivitis can be diagnosed if the test results show that the uric acid level in the blood is too high.
The doctor then prescribes medication to help regulate uric acid in the blood.

Then call a physiotherapist to continue to treat problems with joint pain, swelling and joint stiffness. A physiotherapist will do everything possible to address these issues so that the person can continue to live a normal and relaxed life. Because taking the medication alone without seeing a physiotherapist runs the risk of organ failure.

Symptoms of gout

Some of the symptoms include:

Severe joint pain; The pain can affect any part of the body, contrary to the assumption that knee pain is only contagious.
Swelling of the limbs, pain when the affected limb is touched, and after the limbs are swollen, they become red again.
Exercise during rest and during daily activities.
If the pain is severe, there may be a blister, such as a buildup of fluid under the skin on the side of the limb, such as the elbow joint, the ankle and other parts.

Factors that increase the risk of developing gonorrhea include:

Foods that contain purines [see list above].
Obesity: The fat body produces too much uric acid and the kidneys have difficulty filtering the urine into the urine.
Common symptoms: For anyone who knows he is suffering from other ailments such as uncontrolled high blood pressure, asthma, kidney disease etc. there is a risk of developing gingivitis.
Gender: Men are more likely to get gonorrhea than women. Men are more likely to develop gonorrhea between the ages of 30 and 50, while women are more likely to develop symptoms of gonorrhea until after they have stopped menstruating.
Getting sick in the family: Having a family member in the family indicates that someone in the family is at risk.
Finally, I hope we understand the types of joint pain and their causes, and then we understand the link between eating red meat and knee pain, and we realize that not every type of knee pain is related to knee pain.

However, as soon as you start to experience any of the above symptoms, consult a physiotherapist at the nearest hospital to check on you.

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