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According to Mayo Clinic, the symptoms of gout can be induced by a diet rich in purines. Purines are absorbed from foods such as mushrooms and asparagus as well as from anchovies and organ meat. More »

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Foods on low purine content lists include enriched breads and pastas, skim and low-fat dairy products, and all fruits and vegetables. Soda, coffee and tea are low in purine, as are some snacks, including gelatin, vanilla... More »

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People suffering from gout should not eat organ meats, anchovies, mackerel or herring, as well as other foods high in purines. Fatty red meat, fish and seafood are also high in purines and are connected with elevated ris... More »

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Tomatoes are low in purines and should not worsen gout, says WebMD. They are considered safe to eat along with other fruits and green vegetables. Foods and drinks that people with gout should avoid are those with high pu... More »

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Although beans and lentils were initially included in the list of foods to avoid by gout patients, studies show that vegetables high in purines do not increase the risk of recurring gout attacks, notes Mayo Clinic. Other... More »

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Other than taking medication, people can alleviate gout by drinking few alcoholic beverages, consuming limited amounts of fructose, avoiding foods high in purines and exercising regularly to maintain or attain a healthy ... More »

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Eating foods rich in purines can increase uric acid levels in the body and worsen gout, according to WebMD. Gout sufferers should limit consumption of high-purine foods such as meats, organ meats, beer, gravy and high-pu... More »

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