Some foods to eat if you have gout include fruits; nuts and nut products; green vegetables; and tea, according to WebMD. Non-fat milk and yogurt; cheese; and tomatoes are also healthy choices low in purines. 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 »

Foods that benefit someone with gout include white bread, pasta and noodles, according to SingHealth. Nuts, seeds, eggs, cold-water fish, fruits and dairy products such as milk, cheese and yogurt are equally gout friendl... More »

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Increasing dietary fiber with fruits, vegetables, grains and nuts and limiting the amount of milk and cheese consumed is suggested for treating irritable bowel syndrome, or IBS, according to WebMD. Individuals should als... More »

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In most cases, lupus patients should eat a well-balanced diet with a lot of fruits, vegetables and whole grains and a moderate amount of meat, oily fish and poultry, explains WebMD. There is no food that cures lupus, but... More »

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A well-balanced, healthy eating plan that is rich in vegetables, fruits, whole grains and lean protein is advised for patients suffering from gout, according to Mayo Clinic. Staying hydrated with plenty of water is key f... More »

Examples of healthy foods that contain little to no sodium include fruits, vegetables, grains, nuts and beans. Other foods that are low in sodium are milk, vegetable oils and seasonings, states the U.S. Department of Hea... More »

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