Is red wine bad for gout?
Beer and distilled liquors are associated with an increased risk of gout and recurring attacks. Moderate consumption of wine doesn't appear to increase the risk of gout attacks. Avoid alcohol during gout attacks, and limit alcohol, especially beer, between attacks. Sugary foods and beverages..
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There is no research to suggest that nuts cause gout. Dietary modification recommendations focus on a low-purine diet. Avoiding purines completely is impossible, but nuts in general have low levels of purine. Foods high in purines include wild game (e.g. duck and venison), red meat, some seafoods and organ meats.
Chicken is mostly a moderate-purine food, but the amount of purines in cuts do range from low to very high. People with gout are advised to avoid organ meats like chicken liver and only eat moderate-purine foods in sensible portions..
Eat plenty of vegetables such as kailan, cabbage, squash, red bell pepper, beetroot, but limit the intake of vegetables with moderate purine content such as asparagus, spinach, cauliflower and mushrooms. Eat fruits high in vitamin C such as oranges, tangerines, papaya and cherries..
Eggs are a good protein source for people with gout, because eggs are naturally low in purines.
Cherry juice treats gout flare-ups by reducing the level of uric acid in the body. Since uric acid buildup is what causes gout, it only goes to reason that cherry juice could prevent or treat gout flare-ups.
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