Traditional gout advice on protein rich foods has always been “Avoid them!”
But as awareness grows about nutrition in general, and proteins in particular, does this advice still hold true?
And if it doesn’t, what are the dangers of going too low on protein?
Protein Rich Foods: Contents
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Here are gout investigations and related articles for good gout diet foods to eat.
These articles are about foods that are beneficial to gout sufferers. Just because these are good gout diet foods, you should not base your diet around them. The best approach is to analyze your diet to ensure that it supports your gout treatment program. If there are weaknesses, you can slowly change some of your diet to replace foods that do not help you, with foods shown below.
Gout Diet Foods To Eat Reports
- Coffee And Gout
- A coffee and gout investigation revealing that long-term coffee consumption is associated with a lower risk of gout. Though there is a statistical link, the investigation cannot say why or how coffee reduces gout.
- Coffee and Uric Acid
- Similar to the gout report above, this investigation confirms the link, and shows it is probably due to lower uric acid.
- Protein And Gout
- Totally misunderstood, protein is good for gout, with two caveats. Total protein intake has to stay within recommended nutrition limits, and it must be the right mix of protein sources. Protein from animal flesh is important, unless you want to adopt a vegetarian lifestyle. There is no reason why gout sufferers should avoid meat, but you must balance meat protein with protein from other sources. I am currently reviewing and summarizing my protein and gout information, and I will add reference pages here. In the meantime, just enter protein into the gout search box above and below, and start learning why protein is good for gout.
- Theobromine and Gout
- This topic might also be called chocolate and gout, as chocolate is the main source of theobromine. You can see other sources in my Theobromine and Gout news topic. As with protein, I am still researching facts to bring the best guidelines. In the meantime, if you need help with Good Gout Foods to Eat, please ask in the gout forums.
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I’ve long been a proponent of seeking foods that are good for gout, rather than worrying about foods to avoid.
Finding gout cures you enjoy eating or drinking, brings a smile to any gout sufferer.
Today, I’ll revisit milk to bring us all up to date with the latest research, before I delve into my investigation of the myths and mysteries surrounding high protein foods.
Milk Diet For Gout: Contents
Milk Diet For Gout: Introduction
The 1991 investigation claiming milk is beneficial for gout appears to be somewhat ignored by the medical profession. Now, almost 10 years later, a similar investigation reports similar findings. I have not done a full comparison of the two milk and uric acid studies. For one thing, I do not have full access to the latest study. However, you should find plenty of useful information in this summary taken from the American College of Rheumatology (ACR) press release.
Please note that I’ve paraphrased the original press release to make it more readable and relevant to us non-medical people. The full gout and milk report has subsequently been published in the British Medical Journal .
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