Er - that’s a blog article, not peer-reviewed scientific research. Hereditary factors play into pretty much any disease. Having said that, it’s a helpful article, just not exactly the consensus of research
I wouldn’t want to be argumentative, but do you have links to research on those two claims? I recently retired from a senior position with the world’s largest medical publisher and have had the opportunity to read large amounts of research on the subject (I’m on the research side, not clinical)
Drink as much water as you can. Avoid shellfish, smoked foods, red meat and red wine. See your doc and get yourself onto allopurinol (daily for the rest of, sadly)
Edited to add - avoid stress, that really does trigger attacks
I had to rearrange something to know I could travel, and by that time all the direct flights were sold out or stupidly expensive. Will need to train from Milan/Florence or stop over en route (which to be fair is probably less messing around). I have a hold on flights with Lufthansa via...
I used to go watch the Raiders (in preference to the 49ers) when I lived in the Bay Area. It was the only US sport where you got fans fighting in the beer queue - made it feel like home, and tailgating in the Coliseum car park was a blast