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 Your body breaks down fructose, releases
purines, and produces uric acid, which leads to the formation of crystals in the joints and fluids.  This suggests that your sugary soda may have a lot more to do with gout than your steak. Many health researchers and experts claim that as sugar consumption spiked in society, so did gout. There’s also insulin
to consider. Elevated blood insulin levels can increase uric acid levels, potentially by reducing the excretion of uric acid by the kidneys. Elevated blood insulin levels come along with a diet
high in refined carbs and sugar. A ketogenic diet is known to stabilize insulin levels. So, Can Keto Improve Gout?Dietary factors might only play a minor part (about 12% of cases) in the development of gout. By the same token, changing the nutrients you consume influences your cellular functioning. The ketogenic diet ditches that sugar burden, lowering inflammation and insulin levels. In 2017, researchers at Yale University examined how ketosis affects NLRP3 inflammasome—the protein
complex that triggers the inflammation associated with gout.