5 Bad Gout Foods photos

5 Bad Gout Foods photos is my featured image for What are your 5 Bad Gout Foods.

5 Bad Gout Foods photos

I created this image by selecting 5 photographs that represent the bad gout food factors in my article. So these photographs represent excess purines,
excess calories,
excess iron,
excess Free Fatty Acids (FFAs),
and bad gout food habits.

Bad Food For Gout

When you consider bad food for gout, you should first consider your type of gout. Because food requirements are different for uric acid overproducers or underexcreters.

Next, you should consider what type of gout sufferer you are. For example, a well-managed gout patient taking allopurinol does not need to worry about purines as bad food for gout. Because allopurinol effectively makes all food low-purine or zero-purine.

Finally, you should consider the stage of your treatment plan. Because food requirements change as you progress from planning treatment to gout recovery.

Bad Food For Your Gout

As you can see, there are many factors that decide which foods are bad for your gout. So you need to create your own personal list of bad food for gout. Also, that list might change over time. Importantly never forget that you also need to maintain healthy eating patterns to avoid other diseases. Especially heart attack, stroke, high blood pressure, and diabetes. All of which are linked to gout as part of Metabolic Syndrome.

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