Resveratrol is a plant compound found in the grapes, berries, nuts, and dark chocolate. It is known for antioxidant properties, which means it helps the body counteract oxidative stress. This natural compound has shown to have protective effects against various diseases, including cardiovascular diseases, Alzheimer’s, obesity, diabetes and certain types of cancer.

How does resveratrol help with gout?

Studies suggest resveratrol may help with gout by alleviating inflammation and decreasing uric acid levels. Including resveratrol-rich and alkalizing foods are essential for a true gout-friendly diet.

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