My NUANT Graph illustrates NUANT: Why is it vital for your gout?
This introduction to my website explains what NUANT is, and why I believe it is important.
The graph is based on a distribution chart from Reference Ranges for Serum Uric Acid among Healthy Assamese People (Madhumita Das, N. C. Borah, M. Ghose, and N. Choudhury, “Reference Ranges for Serum Uric Acid among Healthy Assamese People,” Biochemistry Research International, vol. 2014, Article ID 171053, 7 pages, 2014. doi:10.1155/2014/171053). In that report, we learn that:
The observed reference range of uric acid in the population is 2.6–8.2 mg/dL
However, by the time you have studied this NUANT website, you will know that those numbers are medically meaningless.
Nothing says bad gout management like Normal Uric Acid Range. It is simply a statistic based on a group of blood tests. some of those people have gout. If your doctor considers Normal Uric Acid Range as satisfactory, he is telling you it’s OK to have gout.
Never settle for Normal Uric Acid. If your doctor says your gout is normal, tell him:
Normal Uric Acid? No Thanks!