Gout Foods To Avoid

Everyone thinks that gout foods to avoid means high purine foods. That’s just not true.

You need to know the foods that are bad for your gout. Then I can show you how to avoid them. But not in boring ways. You have to enjoy your gout diet, or you will never stick with it. I show you how to identify foods you should avoid. How to plan tasty meals without them. How to maintain a better gout diet for the rest of your life.

Did you know that there are 4 main food problems for gout sufferers? Gout diet is much more than purines. Many gout sufferers have no problem with purine intake, yet they become obsessed with them. This is worse than needless worry. If all you think about is purines, you might miss other important foods to avoid. It is easy to make your diet worse if you do not see the big picture.

I cannot give you lists of foods that you should eat, and lists of foods that you should avoid. These could be meaningless, because every person is different. What you need to know is how to identify foods that are good or bad for you personally.

So typical topics you should learn include:

  • Why do you want to avoid foods?
  • Which of the 5 bad groups affect gout?
  • Which foods do YOU need to avoid?
  • Switching food items and changing habits
  • Recording your changes
  • What benefits have you found?
  • What more can you avoid?

Gout affects everyone in different ways. I have discussed the personal effects of gout with thousands of gout sufferers. I know what works, and I know how you can identify what food matters to you. GoutPal learning tools give you the power to start controlling your gout. Because you can discuss your needs with medical professionals better when you understand what they are telling you. More importantly, you can learn the right questions to ask your doctor to get better, faster, treatment.

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Medical Disclaimer: The pupose of GoutPal is to provide jargon-free explanations of medical gout-related terms and procedures. Because gout sufferers need to know what questions to ask their doctor. Also, you need to understand what your doctor tells you. So this website explains gout science. But it is definitely NOT a substitute for medical advice.

Information on this website is provided by a fellow gout sufferer (Keith Taylor) with an accountant's precision for accurate data. But no medical qualifications. So you must seek professional medical advice about gout and any other health matters.

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