That’s good news Mark. I think it’s impossible to identify single factors for gout recovery. Just as it’s often impossible to identify single gout causes. Gout-friendly lifestyle means a balanced lifestyle. So, healthy diet, in it’s true sense of the word, means eating that matches exercise. And, where moderate exercise is built into everyday living. With occasional regular exertion, to promote cardio-health.
I’m intrigued by the phrase “10% vegetarian”. Does that means 10% of your calorie intake is dead animal flesh? Also, I’m guessing your healthy lifestyle means you’re not overweight? Excess human flesh is a huge source of uric acid. Which is one reason for vegetarians with gout.
Thanks for continuing to share your progress Mark. I hope it encourages other gout sufferers to see that healthier lifestyle can significantly improve gout.