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Complex carbohydrates and low fat dairy products are recommended by Mayo Clinic to avoid gout attacks. Animal protein sources, fat, alcohol and high fructose corn syrup must be avoided, and increased water intake is recommended to flush uric acid from the body.


There are many foods that people should avoid if they have gout, including meat, fish, poultry and foods containing high-fructose corn syrup, according to Mayo Clinic. It is also recommended that people with gout avoid foods that are high in fat and limit the fat conten...


During an attack of gout, foods to avoid are organ meats, sardines, anchovies, mushrooms, lentils and asparagus, according to Dr. Andrew Weil. Mayo Clinic advises limiting meat, poultry and fish in general and avoiding organ meats, herring, anchovies, mackerel, beef, po...


Hydration, balanced diet, healthy body weight, alcohol avoidance and limits on consumption of poultry, meat and fish all help people avoid gout, according to Medical News Today. All of these changes can combine to decrease levels of uric acid in the blood.


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 beverages, some seafood and fish, and certain meats such ...


People suffering from gout should avoid foods that have a lot of purines, such as organ and game meats, gravy, other meats in large amounts, and beer. These foods elevate levels of uric acid in the body and lead to gout, according to WebMD.


People suffering from gout should avoid ingesting meat, poultry, fish, fatty foods, beer and alcohol and beverages sweetened with high-fructose corn syrup, the Mayo Clinic says. These foods are high in purines, which the body metabolizes to form uric acid. High levels o...