Some good points urankjj. If, as you say malic acid could be dissolving excess UA then why not a lower UA blood count.Could that then mean that your body is able to tolerate UA level of 8.0 thus far and that perhaps the UA deposits are not yet full to overflowing, and will malic acid maintain that level or less.Be interesting to see what further UA blood counts reveal.Certainly plenty of unknowns .Long may your gout free days continue.
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