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A good diet for gout patients is low in purines, which break down into uric acid when digested, states the Mayo Clinic. Uric acid can build up in the blood, forming the painful crystals that cause gout. More »

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Gout patients should eat a diet rich in produce, cereals and breads with processed grains, butter, buttermilk, eggs, cheese, coffee, tea, carbonated beverages, and low-fat dairy products. These foods are all low in purin... More »

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Gout patients should avoid any foods that have high levels of purine, as these foods may lead to gout flare-ups, according to the Arthritis Foundation. Foods that are rich in purine include all types of alcoholic beverag... More »

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People with gout should follow a low-purine diet, as this disease is a form of arthritis caused by a buildup of uric acid from the breakdown of purines. A low-purine diet can help treat and prevent future gout attacks. More »

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Following a specialized diet to control and minimize gout attacks includes limiting foods high in uric acid, according to Mayo Clinic. For example, patients with gout should avoid alcohol, foods with high amounts of satu... More »

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Vegetables that are high in purines do not increase uric acid and make gout worse, according to the Arthritis Foundation. While doctors once told gout patients to avoid vegetables such as mushrooms, asparagus and spinach... More »

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Foods low in purines, such as fruits, vegetables, whole grains, are good for gout sufferers, as purines contribute to the buildup of uric acid that causes gout symptoms. Fatty meat, fatty fish, organ meats, and fatty sea... More »

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