Patients with gout are advised to avoid high-purine foods, such as meat, poultry and fish, according to Mayo Clinic. Foods to avoid include choices with saturated fat, alcohol and high-fructose corn syrup because these s... More »

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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 o... More »

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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 f... More »

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 f... More »

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... More »

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In addition to medical treatment for gout, it is best to eat foods such as lean meats, fish and poultry; fresh vegetables such as carrots, celery and green salads; fresh fruits like apples, berries and melons; potatoes a... More »

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Foods that should be avoided at restaurants by gout sufferers include foods with high purine content, such as herring, anchovies, mackerel and organ meats, fatty fish and seafood and red meat, according to Mayo Clinic. A... More »

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