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    1. almond milk

      This is an example of a personal note that anyone can add to GoutPal articles using my GoutPal Links Notes service. In this case, I've used it to give you extra information. And you can see more of my notes wherever you see highlighted text.

      But the biggest benefit for you is using these notes to add your own gout facts and concerns. That way, you can keep track of your progress when managing your gout. Then you can easily find your notes.


      GoutPal Links Documentation

      Notes like this are part of my GoutPal Links service. Which is currently in the pre-launch phase. I will add documentation for this feature as I answer requests from readers. So if you need help using this feature, the best way is to subscribe to my free GoutPal Links Newsletter. Where you can email and message me directly. Or you can use the feedback options near the end of every page.

    1. is milk good for gout

      This is an example of a personal note that anyone can add to GoutPal articles using my GoutPal Links Notes service. In this case, I've used it to give you extra information. And you can see more of my notes wherever you see highlighted text.

      But the biggest benefit for you is using these notes to add your own gout facts and concerns. That way, you can keep track of your progress when managing your gout. Then you can easily find your notes.


      GoutPal Links Documentation

      Notes like this are part of my GoutPal Links service. Which is currently in the pre-launch phase. I will add documentation for this feature as I answer requests from readers. So if you need help using this feature, the best way is to subscribe to my free GoutPal Links Newsletter. Where you can email and message me directly. Or you can use the feedback options near the end of every page.

    1. oatmeal and gout

      This is an example of a personal note that anyone can add to GoutPal articles using my GoutPal Links Notes service. In this case, I've used it to give you extra information. And you can see more of my notes wherever you see highlighted text.

      But the biggest benefit for you is using these notes to add your own gout facts and concerns. That way, you can keep track of your progress when managing your gout. Then you can easily find your notes.


      GoutPal Links Documentation

      Notes like this are part of my GoutPal Links service. Which is currently in the pre-launch phase. I will add documentation for this feature as I answer requests from readers. So if you need help using this feature, the best way is to subscribe to my free GoutPal Links Newsletter. Where you can email and message me directly. Or you can use the feedback options near the end of every page.

    1. soy milk and gout

      This is an example of a personal note that anyone can add to GoutPal articles using my GoutPal Links Notes service. In this case, I've used it to give you extra information. And you can see more of my notes wherever you see highlighted text.

      But the biggest benefit for you is using these notes to add your own gout facts and concerns. That way, you can keep track of your progress when managing your gout. Then you can easily find your notes.


      GoutPal Links Documentation

      Notes like this are part of my GoutPal Links service. Which is currently in the pre-launch phase. I will add documentation for this feature as I answer requests from readers. So if you need help using this feature, the best way is to subscribe to my free GoutPal Links Newsletter. Where you can email and message me directly. Or you can use the feedback options near the end of every page.

    1. milk for gout

      This is an example of a personal note that anyone can add to GoutPal articles using my GoutPal Links Notes service. In this case, I've used it to give you extra information. And you can see more of my notes wherever you see highlighted text.

      But the biggest benefit for you is using these notes to add your own gout facts and concerns. That way, you can keep track of your progress when managing your gout. Then you can easily find your notes.


      GoutPal Links Documentation

      Notes like this are part of my GoutPal Links service. Which is currently in the pre-launch phase. I will add documentation for this feature as I answer requests from readers. So if you need help using this feature, the best way is to subscribe to my free GoutPal Links Newsletter. Where you can email and message me directly. Or you can use the feedback options near the end of every page.

    1. buttermilk

      This is an example of a personal note that anyone can add to GoutPal articles using my GoutPal Links Notes service. In this case, I've used it to give you extra information. And you can see more of my notes wherever you see highlighted text.

      But the biggest benefit for you is using these notes to add your own gout facts and concerns. That way, you can keep track of your progress when managing your gout. Then you can easily find your notes.


      GoutPal Links Documentation

      Notes like this are part of my GoutPal Links service. Which is currently in the pre-launch phase. I will add documentation for this feature as I answer requests from readers. So if you need help using this feature, the best way is to subscribe to my free GoutPal Links Newsletter. Where you can email and message me directly. Or you can use the feedback options near the end of every page.

    1. gout and candy

      This is an example of a personal note that anyone can add to GoutPal articles using my GoutPal Links Notes service. In this case, I've used it to give you extra information. And you can see more of my notes wherever you see highlighted text.

      But the biggest benefit for you is using these notes to add your own gout facts and concerns. That way, you can keep track of your progress when managing your gout. Then you can easily find your notes.


      GoutPal Links Documentation

      Notes like this are part of my GoutPal Links service. Which is currently in the pre-launch phase. I will add documentation for this feature as I answer requests from readers. So if you need help using this feature, the best way is to subscribe to my free GoutPal Links Newsletter. Where you can email and message me directly. Or you can use the feedback options near the end of every page.

    1. milk for gout

      This is an example of a personal note that anyone can add to GoutPal articles using my GoutPal Links Notes service. In this case, I've used it to give you extra information. And you can see more of my notes wherever you see highlighted text.

      But the biggest benefit for you is using these notes to add your own gout facts and concerns. That way, you can keep track of your progress when managing your gout. Then you can easily find your notes.


      GoutPal Links Documentation

      Notes like this are part of my GoutPal Links service. Which is currently in the pre-launch phase. I will add documentation for this feature as I answer requests from readers. So if you need help using this feature, the best way is to subscribe to my free GoutPal Links Newsletter. Where you can email and message me directly. Or you can use the feedback options near the end of every page.

    1. gout and vinegar

      This is an example of a personal note that anyone can add to GoutPal articles using my GoutPal Links Notes service. In this case, I've used it to give you extra information. And you can see more of my notes wherever you see highlighted text.

      But the biggest benefit for you is using these notes to add your own gout facts and concerns. That way, you can keep track of your progress when managing your gout. Then you can easily find your notes.


      GoutPal Links Documentation

      Notes like this are part of my GoutPal Links service. Which is currently in the pre-launch phase. I will add documentation for this feature as I answer requests from readers. So if you need help using this feature, the best way is to subscribe to my free GoutPal Links Newsletter. Where you can email and message me directly. Or you can use the feedback options near the end of every page.

    1. balsamic vinegar and gout

      This is an example of a personal note that anyone can add to GoutPal articles using my GoutPal Links Notes service. In this case, I've used it to give you extra information. And you can see more of my notes wherever you see highlighted text.

      But the biggest benefit for you is using these notes to add your own gout facts and concerns. That way, you can keep track of your progress when managing your gout. Then you can easily find your notes.


      GoutPal Links Documentation

      Notes like this are part of my GoutPal Links service. Which is currently in the pre-launch phase. I will add documentation for this feature as I answer requests from readers. So if you need help using this feature, the best way is to subscribe to my free GoutPal Links Newsletter. Where you can email and message me directly. Or you can use the feedback options near the end of every page.

    1. milk

      I'm starting to research milk for gout. As a new page related to Almonds and Almond Milk For Gout


      GoutPal Links Documentation

      Notes like this are part of my GoutPal Links service. Which is currently in the pre-launch phase. I will add documentation for this feature as I answer requests from readers. So if you need help using this feature, the best way is to subscribe to my free GoutPal Links Newsletter. Where you can email and message me directly. Or you can use the feedback options near the end of every page.

    1. concerns about gout and itching

      For example, does acupuncture help with itchy gout?

      During the discussion that prompted this page, we mentioned acupuncture. Specifically, an acupuncture practitioner noted that acupuncture relieves gout itching. So this is a potential research area. But as I have no acupuncture experience, I need questions, experiences, and opinions from you about acupuncture and gout itch.

      Also, there is one reference to a study in the Progress Notes if anyone cares to join me on a research project. Min, Seorim, Koh-Woon Kim, Won-Mo Jung, Min-Jung Lee, Yu-Kang Kim, Younbyoung Chae, Hyangsook Lee, and Hi-Joon Park. "Acupuncture for histamine-induced itch: association with increased parasympathetic tone and connectivity of putamen-midcingulate cortex." Frontiers in neuroscience 13 (2019): 215.


      GoutPal Links Documentation

      Notes like this are part of my GoutPal Links service. Which is currently in the pre-launch phase. I will add documentation for this feature as I answer requests from readers. So if you need help using this feature, the best way is to subscribe to my free GoutPal Links Newsletter. Where you can email and message me directly. Or you can use the feedback options near the end of every page.

    2. Allopurinol Itch

      I am preparing: * A GoutPal library review for Allopurinol & Itching Research * An article for this allopurinol side effects section with a working title of Allopurinol and Itching.

      GoutPal Links Newsletter subscribers can access my progress notes through their files link

    1. itching

      See Is Gout Itchy and associated new pages.


      GoutPal Links Documentation

      Notes like this are part of my GoutPal Links service. Which is currently in the pre-launch phase. I will add documentation for this feature as I answer requests from readers. So if you need help using this feature, the best way is to subscribe to my free GoutPal Links Newsletter. Where you can email and message me directly. Or you can use the feedback options near the end of every page.

    1. Gout Skin Rash and Itching Forum

      See Is Gout Itchy and associated new pages.


      GoutPal Links Documentation

      Notes like this are part of my GoutPal Links service. Which is currently in the pre-launch phase. I will add documentation for this feature as I answer requests from readers. So if you need help using this feature, the best way is to subscribe to my free GoutPal Links Newsletter. Where you can email and message me directly. Or you can use the feedback options near the end of every page.

    1. itch

      See Is Gout Itchy and associated new pages.


      GoutPal Links Documentation

      Notes like this are part of my GoutPal Links service. Which is currently in the pre-launch phase. I will add documentation for this feature as I answer requests from readers. So if you need help using this feature, the best way is to subscribe to my free GoutPal Links Newsletter. Where you can email and message me directly. Or you can use the feedback options near the end of every page.

    1. itch

      See Is Gout Itchy and associated new pages.


      GoutPal Links Documentation

      Notes like this are part of my GoutPal Links service. Which is currently in the pre-launch phase. I will add documentation for this feature as I answer requests from readers. So if you need help using this feature, the best way is to subscribe to my free GoutPal Links Newsletter. Where you can email and message me directly. Or you can use the feedback options near the end of every page.

    1. Allopurinol Side Effects Concerns

      Does allopurinol make you itchy?

      I'm writing a new research project on allopurinol and itchiness. In preparation for help in resolving concerns. Including, does allopurinol make you itchy?


      If you need help using this feature, the best way is to subscribe to my free GoutPal Links Newsletter. Where you can email and message me directly. Or you can use the feedback options near the end of every page.

    1. I have a question about weight gain — is this something that is possible due to this med? I am overweight to begin with, but I have not significantly altered my already healthy and gout-avoidant diet, and seem to notice a gain of several pounds.

      For more details, see Does Allopurinol Cause Weight Gain?

    2. Since starting allopurinol last year I have gained a stone (UK measurement = 14 lbs) within that time and I’ve not changed my eating habits.

      For more details, see Does Allopurinol Cause Weight Gain?

  2. Nov 2022
    1. ice cream

      Keep an eye out for my gout nutrition profile for ice cream. With a working title of Is ice cream bad for gout?

      GoutPal Links Subscribers can follow my progress in the usual way.

    1. uric acid arthritis

      In fact, a prominent gout rheumatologist, Prof. L. Stamp, writes <q cite="https://www.akohiringa.co.nz/sites/default/files/public/2022-02/Professor%20Lisa%20Stamp%20slides.pdf">Gout is form of arthritis caused by the immune response to monosodium urate crystals deposited in and around joints – could be called uric acid arthritis</q>

    1. Related Topics

      Uric Acid Arthritis Leading gout rheumatologists are starting to understand how changing the name of gout might promote better understanding and treatment. So some are suggesting a name change from gout to urate crystal arthritis.

      Personally, I prefer uric acid arthritis. Which I'm currently rewriting to reflect the latest research.

    1. Historic Names for Gout

      New page for this. Referencing research reviews for those terms that remain current. With a Other Historic Gout Names section for obsolete gout names.

    1. Swimming cures gout

      My most immediate problem is that this page is so badly formatted that search engines don't recognize the dateModified. However, the topic remains valid despite the fairly low interest in swimming and gout. Because: a) It raises several interesting questions about the mechanisms for this "cure". b) There is new uric acid research relating to swimming. Also the wider subject of gout and exercise.

      So my plan is: 1. <s>Quick fix to this page. Hopefully, time will allow me to correct usernames by referencing the archive</s> 2. Highlight the concerns here as notes. 3. Publish a gout and swimming research review. 4. Investigate and review exercise 5. Create a new hub page for exercise 6. Add a page or section for is swimming good for gout 7. Delete and redirect this page

    1. how you will know if your plan is failing

      A common failure point for uric acid plans is intolerable adverse events. Which are side effects that prevent you from continuing with your choice of uric acid medication. In which case, you have to choose a different uric acid medicine. Or you might have to pick a different approach. Such as Dietary Patterns or Complementary and Integrative Gout Therapies.

      In all cases, you can minimize adverse events with good planning. So now is the time for preparing for measuring side effects. Starting with baseline kidney function and liver function tests. Also, be sure that your gout pain control plan is C.L.E.A.R.

      I'll consider other aspects of side effects in specific plans for each uric acid treatment.

      GoutPal Links Documentation

      Notes like this are part of my GoutPal Links service. Which is currently in the pre-launch phase. I will add documentation for this feature as I answer requests from readers. So if you need help using this feature, the best way is to subscribe to my free GoutPal Links Newsletter. Where you can email and message me directly. Or you can use the feedback options near the end of every page.

    2. personalize this to be more meaningful to you

      Start by adding your own notes like this one. Remember - you choose if your motes are public, private, or for your team.

      GoutPal Links Documentation

      Notes like this are part of my GoutPal Links service. Which is currently in the pre-launch phase. I will add documentation for this feature as I answer requests from readers. So if you need help using this feature, the best way is to subscribe to my free GoutPal Links Newsletter. Where you can email and message me directly. Or you can use the feedback options near the end of every page.

    3. Your Uric Acid Plan

      I strongly recommend that you start your own Uric Acid Plan by adding notes like this.

      GoutPal Links Documentation

      Notes like this are part of my GoutPal Links service. Which is currently in the pre-launch phase. I will add documentation for this feature as I answer requests from readers. So if you need help using this feature, the best way is to subscribe to my free GoutPal Links Newsletter. Where you can email and message me directly. Or you can use the feedback options near the end of every page.

    1. But it helps me

      Because it identifies you as a follower. In which case, I can inform you about new content, free services, and paid services

    1. Start with the 2020 ACR probenecid guidelines.

      Then, after learning how those guidelines apply to you, consider: * Research after 2020 * Specialized probenecid topics. Such as probenecid side effects. Or probenecid in gout with comorbidities.

      So my next probenecid research page combines those 2 considerations. Because almost all current probenecid research is about diseases other than gout. Therefore, it is most applicable to gout sufferers with comorbidities.

      For access to my progress notes, subscribe to my free GoutPal Links Newsletter.

  3. Oct 2022
    1. Probenecid in Gout Treatment

      I'm working on a new hub page to connect all my probenecid pages.

      For access to my progress notes subscribe to my free GoutPal Links Newsletter.

    2. Probenecid Related Topics

      I'm working on new versions of my probenecid-related pages.

      For access to my progress notes subscribe to my free GoutPal Links Newsletter.

    3. Probinicid

      This is by far the most common misspelling of probenecid. Extending to published research papers. It's probably the only one worth mentioning in the next version of this page. Alongside common brand names.

      For details of progress on the next version, subscribe to my free GoutPal Links Newsletter.

    1. Salad

      Salad for Gout

      For nutrition purposes, I regard salad as part of the vegetable food group. In fact, there are typical salad foods in all the vegetable subgroups. And I'm working on summary pages for vegetables. In preparation for detailed nutrition pages for all foods.

      GoutPal Links subscribers can follow my progress with access to draft copies and research notes for salad foods. Otherwise, return to this page regularly to see updated notes and links.

    2. research into the effects of lettuce on uric acid

      I have published a research summary about lettuce and uric acid. After which, I will summarize lettuce nutrition facts as far as they affect gout sufferers.

    3. Related Topics

      I'm currently reformatting comments and related topics to my latest standard. Including a new related topic: mustard.

      Now, I assume the interest here is because mustard is often used in salad dressings. Anyway, I'm going to start a new mustard research project. As usual, I'll keep GoutPal Links subscribers informed of my progress prior to publication.

      Interestingly, I've become aware that the spice, condiment, or vegetable that we refer to as mustard is also a botanical family of plants. Being brassicaceae, or more commonly the brassica family. I'm aware of this as the cabbage family. But I've now learned it's also known as the mustard family.

      Although that is interesting to me of itself. It is more interesting from a gout perspective. Because there are many more plants to consider that are beneficial.

      For example, candytuft!

      Now, I don't want to slow down my mustard articles by exploring this wider scope. But neither do I want to forget. So I'm logging my new inspiration here. Schempp, H., Totha, A., Weiser, D. and Elstner, E.F., 2003. Antioxidative properties of Iberis amara extracts in biochemical model reactions. Arzneimittelforschung, 53(08), pp.568-577.

      ROS, generated during xanthine oxidase (XOD)-catalysed oxidation of xanthine into uric acid, were also efficiently decreased by IAE (https://doi.org/10.1055/s-0031-1297151)

    1. Identifying the DGA Food Group for each food that concerns you is a good first step.

      So, to help you take that first step, I will describe each food group in terms of daily and weekly requirements. Thus, creating food group index pages. Then, I will link gout nutrition pages for foods within each food group.

    1. This needs replacing with...

      Lettuce & Uric Acid Research in GoutPal Library.

      Lettuce and Gout Nutrition Facts & FAQs in GoutPal Blog * Usual nutrients * Science summary, including different types of lettuce as well as seeds and extracts.

    1. Cod Liver Oil and Uric Acid

      I need to double check those studies to review the dosage. Because cod liver oil is a rich source of vitamin A. And, as noted in the old gout forum, excesses of vitamin A are bad for gout. However, I need to: * Confirm minimum requirements for vtamin A * Look for other vitamin A & uric acid studies * Compare doses in studies to minimum requirements.

      Also, of less importance, but for completeness, the PRAL score for cod liver oil is zero.

    1. Butternut squash

      I'm planning to do an article about Butternut Squash Nutrition for Gout. But an important nutrient is beta-carotene, So before that, I will publish Beta-Carotene Foods & Gout. In the meantime, there are facts to discuss with your health avisers at Butternut Squash & Uric Acid.

      GoutPal Links subscribers can follow my progress on both new pages.

    1. skimmed milk

      Recent observational studies have highlighted the beneficial role of skim milk in prevention of gout.

      Is Milk Good for Gout?

    2. I'm planning a new hub page for cereal & gout.

      GoutPal Links Subscribers can find links to the project map for cereals & gout in Page Notes.

    3. GoutPal Index

      This experiment is too vague to be meaningful. Because a meaningful standard would include daily targets for: * Vitamin C * Negative acid load total (alkaline load) * Positive acid load total. Emphasizing that PRAL scores need to be balanced across essential elements. So that could start with daily recomendations for protein and phosphorous. * Iron * Purines

      So the best option is to wait for new ALKAscore tables for grains (whole and refined). Then do gout versions with extra columns. Also consider splitting grains tables. Because most people are looking for breakfast cereals, and see other types of grains as separate searches.

    1. no scientific studies on apple cider vinegar for gout

      Subsequently, I've found some apple vinegar studies. So I need to update this article to reflect those.

      GoutPal Links Subscribers can encourage me to prioritize the update and/or follow my progress.

    1. I have started researching the effects of vinegar on gout. So GoutPal Links Subscribers can follow my progress in the team notes. Otherwise, keep checking back here for my new Vinegar & Uric Acid Research summary.

  4. Sep 2022
    1. Ingredients

      These ingredients need profiling to identify key gout-related nutrients. As listed at Gout Food & Nutrition Science.

    2. I am still researching this topic

      My latest research summarries about edamame and gout are available to GoutPal Links Subscribers. So far, my research notes cover topics for new edamame pages. Including reviews of studies about edamame and uric acid. Also, I'm researching general health benefits of edamame in my Food Research Channel. So I'll re-purpose some of that for gout sufferers where there is an impact on inflammation.

    3. related studies that suggest these beans can help with inflammation and uric acid control

      I'm updating research about Edamame & Uric Acid. Also research about Edamame & Inflammation. So please see the GoutPal Links Subscribers Notes folder for progress notes.

  5. Aug 2022
    1. What Cereal is good for Gout Sufferers?

      The biggest cereal-related concern for gout sufferers is what cereal is ok for gout

      But before I can answer that, I need to replace the outdated Gout Foods Table for Cereals. Because that GoutPal Index idea never came to anything useful.

      So my replacement pages need to: - Set cereals in the modern (i.e., DGA) context of the grains food group. - Replace the GoutPal Index column with Total Purines - Consider adding a fiber column. Especially with reference to the related concern is granola high in fiber

      For grains in general, the biggest concern is is whole grain bread good for gout. So I should probably start with a grains hub page. That can cover the concerns I've found so far. Then add related faqs and faqs as I complete research into grains, cereal, and fiber.

      Of course, fiber will link into fruit and vegetables groups. So it's not specific to the grains hub page. But I can make this clearer with maps.

      As there are no current cereal-related GoutPal Issues, I'll start this project from here.


      Please let me know what you think about cereal & gout by replying below…

      Please reply

    1. GoutPal Library

      I've tried this before with limited success. But, I'm hoping my Gumroad platform allows better access control for valuable resources.

      Certainly. I believe it's the only way I can develop effective gout-friendly recipes, meal plans, and eating patterns. With clear links to the science that helps gout suffereers make better food choices.

      But what do you think?


      #BuildInPublic: Please let me know what gout library resources are important to you by replying below…

      Please reply

    2. GoutPal Navigator

      Gossip, Triage, and Reasearch notes are the best way to see my ideas in context.

      By itself, that opening sentence is difficult to understand. But as soon as you see it alongside my draft product description, those terms begin to make sense.

      Eventually, I have published lots of notes about my upcoming GoutPal Links service. So I use my GoutPal version of 🗺ShrewdMaps to organize links between my notes and the pages they relate to.

      Not only do maps help you navigate my websites, but I will also provide templates to help resolve common gout concerns. Because templates will provide you with a fast starting point for recovery. That you can adapt to suit your personal needs, goals, and preferences.

      In turn, you can share your maps to ask for help from your professional health advisers. Or to get better quality collaboration with other gout sufferers.


      #BuildInPublic: Please let me know what you think about gout topic maps by replying below…

      Please reply

    3. GoutPal Research

      My GoutPal Research notes are similar to GoutPal Triage. But they're a response to my own interests and concerns. As such, I usually assign them lower priority than my notes on specific issues.

      In fact, this note is an example. Because I'm researching how to best implement my new GoutPal Links services. Then I'm adding notes like this to describe my progress towards a complete set of documented resources.

      As I move forward, I will publish extensive notes for subscribers and for members. That will give readers choices about extra information beyond these public gout research notes.

      Please note that those public gout notes are from every Hypothes.is user who writes about gout. Currently, that's only me. But I hope other gout sufferers will join me. At which point, you can find my gout notes with my user tag.

      To get more gout research notes, join the waitlist for gout subscribers.

    4. GoutPal Gossip

      My GoutPal Gossip notes are rare. Because there's not much activity in GoutPal Discussions yet. Also, my focus is on resolving specific gout concerns.

      But as this is part of my #BuildInPublic project, perhaps you'd like to join in by starting a new gout discussion. Or add comments to an existing chat.

      What do you think about gout? Or reply below…

      Please reply

    5. GoutPal Triage

      Except for this GoutPal Links #BuildInPublic project, GoutPal Triage is my first gout priority. Because I want to resolve gout concerns as soon as I can.

      So I create new Issues when I realize that I need to add or change any gout content. Then I use the gout version of 📒ShrewdNotes to add notes about what I'm doing to resolve those concerns.

      More importantly, I want to encourge gout sufferers to triage their own gout concerns. So I'm working on documentation to explain how gout sufferers can use notes to identify what their biggest problems are. Then we can work together to resolve them.

      I hope you can make a start by telling me about your gout concerns. Remember, if you are asking a question, it's best to: 1. Search for that question in GoutPal Search Engine first. 2. Choose the most relevant result. 3. Refer to that result as you ask your question.

    6. As a GoutPal Links subscriber, you get much more content than most other GoutPal followers

      You learned it here first!<br /> The GoutPal free subscriber newsletter is on its way. So please click the image for early access… Get in line for the first issue!


      Please let me know what you think about my GoutPal Subscriber Newsletter by replying below…

      Please reply

    1. your journey

      Every gout sufferer needs their own personal recovery plan. Because gout affects people in different ways. But it isn't my job to tell you how to treat your gout - that's for you to work out with your doctors. So my job is to help you create your best gout recovery plan with your doctor or other professional health advisers.

      #BuildInPublic

      Please reply

    1. Your guidelines for private and public gout discussions are here on my contact page.

      Is it the best to put private vs public in the Contact Page? Or should it be separate?

      I think it is best to include it in the Contact Page. Because my perception is that it's all about contacting me. But I should do a poll on this.

      Also, this isn't just a Gout issue, so it needs to be addressed in other subject sites. And as it is a fundamental part of successful collaboration, I will repeat it in Food and Learning.