“Kremlin” – the second name of this diet – the use of protein and fatty foods with almost complete exclusion of carbohydrates from the diet. Since both meat and seafood are both protein, their excess consumption in the body can increase the level of uric acid and develop gout.
According to Zagrebneva, the prevalence of this disease is especially noted in economically stable regions, which consume a lot of meat and seafood.
And if you stick to this diet or similar eating habits and consume alcohol, especially beer, gout can develop very quickly. Other types of alcohol are not as harmful.