Increased meat consumption may lead to gout, researchers find

03/11/2004 | BBC

A study published in the New England Journal of Medicine concludes the risk of developing gout, a form of arthritis that usually affects the big toe, is highest in men who eat a lot of meat and seafood. But the study also found consuming dairy seems to have a protective effect. The study followed 47,000 men over 12 years.

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