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    Default Pseudogout

    After my gastric sleeve Iíve been diagnosed with Pseudogout. Has anyone else faced this and what changes did you make in your dietary intake?


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    Default Re: Pseudogout

    I just read up on it and from what I read I did not see any mention of needing to make dietary changes like you do with gout. Did your doctor tell you that you would need to make dietary changes?



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    Default Re: Pseudogout

    For intake diet, I read one should have an alkaline diet and you need to have your magnesium from whole food sources like rice, oats, squash, pumpkin, and watermelon.

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    Default Re: Pseudogout

    Quote Originally Posted by CamCat View Post
    For intake diet, I read one should have an alkaline diet and you need to have your magnesium from whole food sources like rice, oats, squash, pumpkin, and watermelon.
    Totally agree with you!


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