Foods that are acceptable for a gout diet include complex carbohydrates, such as fruits, vegetables and whole grains, according to Mayo Clinic. Other suitable foods include low-fat and fat-free dairy products and lean meat, fish and poultry.
Good breakfast choices for a gout diet include whole grain cereal with skim milk, fresh fruit, whole-wheat toast, fruit juice and coffee, notes Mayo Clinic. Lunch options include lean meat on whole-wheat bread with tomato and lettuce, a side salad, fresh fruit and skim milk. For dinner, roasted or baked chicken, steamed vegetables, baked potato and a green salad are recommended. Dessert can consist of fresh fruit, such as a slice of melon or a serving of strawberries.