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4/3/12 4:22 P

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My sudden increase of per-gout symptoms correlated with a step-up in my fruit intake early on the Sparky program. Since you and Woubbie made me wise, my gout is sub-noticeable. So yes, it's no lie. Add most fruit (citrus, particularly) to the Molly Hatchett foods list. Why Molly Hatchet? Why, "Flirting with Disaster" of course!

"Some day we will look back on this, and it will all seem funny" - Bruce Springsteen (The real BOSS, as opposed to me.)

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4/3/12 2:49 P

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Good article. I am still waiting for the circle to be completed. I have read that gout, and diabetes are related, and with sugar being a maor cause of diabetes, they just need to say that sugar may be a cause of gout.

No matter what, the article is a good read, and I agree a lot with the ideas of Robert Lustig.

An article closer to my ideas is this one: they seem to be okay with saying soda is bad, but not sugar

Edited by: RUSSELL_40 at: 4/3/2012 (14:54)
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