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3 Things Not to Eat With Gout

Avoiding certain foods can help reduce gout symptoms and prevent further attacks. Here you will learn why, plus, a list of 3 things you can't eat if you have gout.

People with gout usually have high levels of uric acid in their blood that form crystals in the joints and surrounding tissues. Therefore, to help reduce symptoms and prevent further gout sufferers should reduce their uric acid levels. One way to do this naturally is through diet ...

Why diet? Uric acid is a by-product of the natural breakdown of purines during your body's metabolism. Purines are chemical compounds in cells and cells of animals and plants. Therefore, they also exist in our food at various levels depending on the type of food.

As you can see above purine produces uric acid and uric acid produces crystals that cause gout. So, one way to reduce uric acid is to reduce the amount of high and very high purine foods we eat.

There are many types, but perhaps the most important foods to avoid eating with gout are the following ...

3 Things Not to Eat With Gout

Don't eat organ meat, sometimes called dogs. These are all internal organs, so don't eat things like liver, kidneys, brain, heart, tongue, tripe or sweet bread. It has a very high purine content.

Avoid the game as it is very high in the purine too. Game is a term given to any animal killed for its meat but in general, not raised on the farm. Games include things like deer, wild boar, rabbit, squirrel, pheasant, quail, quail, wood, geese, ducks, partridge, wild turkey, and more.

And do not eat certain types of fish and shellfish that have high purine levels. Fish are things like sardines, anchovies, herring, sausages, chicken. And don't eat clams like lobster, langoustine, shrimp, shrimp, clams, clams, clams, etc.

Now, it's true that not all gout patients react in the same way to each of these foods. For example, some people can eat shrimp without triggering an attack, while others will have one, and so on throughout the list. This is because everyone's metabolism is different.

However, in general, these are foods that are at risk for gout and are also non-edible things if you are a patient. What the public does is store daily diets to identify which foods trigger episodes of gout. They can then formulate a gout diet plan that is tailored to their own metabolism.



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