Gout people abstain from red meat, seafood rich in protein, alcohol and soft drinks so that gout does not become more serious.
Tuna, herring, salmon, oysters, clams, snails, mussels… contain much purin, causing high blood uric acid levels. So, gout people should avoid eating these foods. People who have not been gout should eat less than 120 grams of seafood a day.
Goose meat, turkey meat contains high purine content, so the gout people eat as less as possible. Instead, they should choose white meat like chicken, duck.
Vegetables with high purine content such as spinach, cauliflower, asparagus, mushroom… are not good for people with gout.
This dink is considered a “ban” for gout patients. It is because it increases the amount of uric acid and impedes the process of eliminating this substance from the body.
Drinks containing sugar
Fruit juice, energy drinks… are drinks with high fructose sugar and stimulate the body to produce uric acid. Therefore, the risk of gout or recurrent gout will be increased.