Gout Foods to Eat

Gout Foods to eat.

Gout has many dietary restrictions, but each individual is different on how diet affects their Uric Acid levels. Some gout sufferers can eat a large amount of shellfish,drink lots of beer and only get an attack every 6 months, whilst others eat over 15 Shrimp/Prawns ( me ) and get an attack almost immediately.

So the big question is what should I eat.

Firstly the American Medical association supply's the following gout foods to eat guideline:

Eat a fiber-rich whole grain diet with fruit and vegetables and combine this with lean meats, poultry and soy products and all of these are to have no more than 30% calories of fat.

This is hard to do indeed, a mixture of high in complex carbohydrates, low in protein, low fat diet. I know for a fact that chicken gives asians more gout attacks than caucasians.

What I also recommend is find a alkalising food chart and look for a balanced meal from its suggestions:

Combine exercise, meditation or stress reducing techniques, ionised water and try and reduce acidity within the body.

Here are some recommendations, but remember you need to experiment to see how these can affect your gout:

Dark berries such as Cherries, Celery, Pineapple, Tumeric, strawberries, blueberries,,Bananas , Celery , Kale, cabbage, Parsley, red cabbage, Bell peppers ( red ) Oranges, Mandarins, Garlic, Carrot, Avocado, Currants, dates, Grapes, Yogurt, flax seeds,Nuts, Fermented tofu, Green juices, green tea etc.

You can see where I am going here.

Go and find a alkalising chart and go from there, the best diet I believe is 80% Alkaline and 20% Acid to balance your blood.

But I recommend you research this first. Maybe speak to a dietician or just research this.

Gout Foods to Eat

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