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Collagen Peptides are low in purines and are generally considered safe to include as part of a low-purine diet.
Can taking Collagen Peptides help with gout?
There is some evidence to suggest that dietary glycine may help increase the excretion of uric acid and therefore may be helpful as a part of an overall gout-treatment plan.
Please note: We are not doctors, and cannot recommend whether you should or should not take any product. We simply state which allergens are present in a product, and advise consulting with your physician before taking any nutritional or dietary supplement.
To learn more about the amazing benefits of taking Collagen Peptides, we recommend reading this blog post:
"Collagen Amino Acids: Glycine, Proline, & Hydroxyproline Review"