Gout Food List is a list of all foods and drinks that I have summarized in GoutPal’s Gout Food Information Database. Also, you can suggest items I should add next.
Gout Food List Audience
I wrote Gout Food List for GoutPal Foodies. So, if you are unsure which type of gout person you are, read Questions for Gout Sufferers first.
Gout Food List
Here is an alphabetic list of all items in the gout food database:
For each item in the list, I include nutrition facts about purines. Also, other factors affecting uric acid. Including calories, vitamin C, and acid/alkaline score. Finally, I include links to relevant science and related foods.
Planned Uric Acid Food List Additions
Here is an alphabetic list of items I plan to add to the gout food database:
On my new platform, I'm revising the way I present gout nutrition facts.
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Earlier GoutPal visitor responses include:
Food List for Gout
We have always heard to stay away from ham/pork and shellfish, and now I see both are included in your “OK to eat” list?
Good Foods List
Yes, isn’t life great when you look at the science of how food affects gout. Instead of listening to self-serving fools who are just trying to separate you from your money.
Gavls was the first person to respond here. So I think I should make a bit more effort in showing gout sufferers how to incorporate ham, pork, and shellfish into a healthy, gout-friendly diet. What would help you most? Recipes, meal plans, or something else? How about more scientific facts about effects of specific food on uric acid levels? Or do you prefer to learn about food that might help ease inflammatory gout pain?
Let me know your thoughts.
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