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Excerpt from The Herald of the Golden Age, Vol. 8: The Official Journal of the Order of the Golden Age; August, 1903
Total abstinence from foods laden with uric acid, with sufficient exercise each day to get up a good sweat, is a sure way of keeping this disease at bay. Who ever heard of a hard-working man, who was moderate in the use of simple foods, having gout? Labouring men who subsist largely upon esh food (which always contains uric acid) are able by vigorous outdoor exercise to eliminate a large share of this excess of uric acid taken in the food, and thus ward off the disease for a long time but the extra burden thrown upon the kidneys in its elimination, finally results in disease or the complete wearing out of these organs, thus shortening life.
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