Good Gout Foods to Eat and Not to Eat


Good Gout Foods to Eat and Not to Eat

Gout Diet Foods to Eat List
Good food to eat and not eat
Gout Foods to Avoid

Rheumatic gout can be treated with more eating certain foods that facilitate the secretion of purine and limit the consumption of foods and beverages rich in purine. Here is an example.
Gout Diet Foods to Eat Ready to Eat or Not to Eat:

Limit consumption, Good drop of food not to eat:

Red meat: beef, lamb and duck meat.
Offal such as liver, brain, kidneys, heart.
Some types of fish such as sardines, tuna, mackerel.
Seafood like crabs and shrimp.
Sweet foods and soft drinks that are rich in sugar or fruktosa fruits.
Foods that contain yeast like bread.
Drinks, especially beer.
Some vegetables like spinach, mushrooms, cauliflower, spinach, peas, beans, lentils.

Increase consumption, good drop of food to eat:

Fruits, such as oranges, melons, apples.
Green vegetables, carrots, tomatoes.
Mineral water: consumption of at least 2 liters per day to break down uric acid levels.
More complex carbohydrate sources like potatoes and brown rice
Foods that contain whole grains.
Low-fat or fat-free milk and yogurt contain low purine and high protein content.

In addition to updating food selection, it is important for people with rheumatic gout to maintain body weight through regular exercise. This is because obesity can also be a major risk factor for rheumatic gout diseases.

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