Let me show you the list foods that cause gout. If you are someone that suffers from it, then you should consider taking a look at this list.
You know, gout can be an extremely painful inflammation. This list will hopefully help you avoid the inflammation if you apply to avoid the foods I’m going to be showing you here.
Foods you can’t Eat
Seafood & Meat
Seafood and meat is something you should consider on cutting back during a flare-up. These animal foods are rich in purines, which your body breaks down into uric acid.
- Red Meat
- Organ Meat
You have a little more freedom in your food choices when your gout is at bay, but it’s still a good idea to keep meat and seafood intake to a minimum of 4 to 6 ounces daily at most.
A high intake of fructose can increase uric acid levels in the blood and may increase insulin resistance. These are both risk factors for developing gout, so aim to limit these foods.
- Frozen Pizza
- Jarred Sauces
- Sugary Drinks
Foods you can Eat
You are probably thinking “wow there is nothing I can eat at this point”. Well, that’s why I have for you a list of foods you can eat:
- Bread (white) and crackers
- Butter or margarine (in moderation)
- Cake and cookies
- Carbonated beverages
- Cream (in moderation)
- Fats (in moderation)
- Gelatin desserts
- Ice cream
- Sugar and sweets
- Vegetables (except those mentioned in the first group)
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