Several websites provide printable purine food charts, including PrimaryCareSpecialists.co and TheGoutKiller.com. The Gout Killer offers a chart of high-purine foods and another that lists purine amounts for a range of foods. Primary Care Specialists offers a chart that categorizes foods into low, medium and high levels of purines.
Foods high in purines can lead to a buildup of naturally occurring uric acids found in the body. These chemicals are filtered through the kidneys, but an excess of uric acid can lead to kidney stones and gout, a painful swelling in the joints. For individuals who have tendencies to overproduce uric acid, these charts are a guide to determine which items to eat in moderation and which to avoid.