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Bad Food For Gout? There Is None!

The project to move the acid/alkaline food lists continues. I have moved the table of PRAL values for sausages and luncheon meats, referred to below, to a new food diary project. I have retained the introduction here, as it contains some useful gout diet information about sausages and luncheon meats.

Bad Food For Gout

Sausages, luncheon meats and similar bad food for gout need to be approached with care.

Think carefully about this type of food in your diet, and remember the mantra:
It might be just a meaty treat, but will it give me gouty feet?

Let me tell you why these types of processed meats can be bad food for gout. It’s the “p” word – processed. Though a well-made sausage can be nutritious, and may contain additives that make it less acid producing than a similar portion of pure meat, you need to be careful with all processed foods

The numbers in the table represent samples of the food items listed. All producers have different recipes, and your particular brand may be significantly different from those shown. No better example of this can be found than the only alkaline food listed – low sodium salami. In this instance, much of the salt has been replaced with potassium. I’m not suggesting that adding potassium to food makes it less bad food for gout – you just need to be careful what you eat. The more processed the food is, the harder it is to balance your food intake.

Reading the label is always important when planning any diet, but with processed foods like sausages and luncheon meats, it is even more important. Only use food charts as a rough guide, because they are likely to be based on different recipes.

Please read my explanation of Potential Renal Acid Load (PRAL) for gout sufferers before you look at detailed food information.

Do you have a recipe using food for gout? Do you have any questions about food for gout? Please discuss food for gout on the Gout Diet Forum.

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