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1. High levels of uric acid in the body can lead to gout, and it is not only related to the purines eaten but also to the excretion of uric acid.

2. Fructose is an important risk factor for gout as it promotes the synthesis of purine, leading to an increase in the production of uric acid. Foods high in fructose include sweet drinks, honey, fruits with high sugar content, baked goods, and various syrups.

3. High uric acid can cause joint damage and hyperuric acid nephropathy, which can lead to kidney damage and even uremia if left untreated. It also increases the risk of metabolic-related diseases and cardiovascular diseases. Drinking plenty of water, quitting alcohol, regular exercise, weight control are important for managing high uric acid levels.

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