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One nutritionist wasn't surprised by the new findings, pointing out that the DASH diet is low in compounds called purines, which break down to form uric acid.
A study published in 2014 in Environmental Science & Technology, for example, found that when uric acid in human urine mixes with chlorine, a toxic compound called cyanogen chloride (CNCI) and trichloramine (NCl3) is formed, TIME reported.
But researchers didn’t know exactly what became of the uric acid after it was stored, or precisely what Blattabacterium did.
Moisturize your feet at least twice a day (look for products that contain lactic acid or uric acid to keep callouses at bay), and pop on a pair of cotton socks.
Gout, a joint disease that causes extreme pain and swelling, is caused by excess uric acid in the blood.
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