Gout Food is part of the resource library for GoutPal Foodies. Because there are thousands of foods that affect gout in different ways. So, I have created this separate Gout Food Resource list to help you understand and control your gout.
Gout Food Structure
I have grouped foods together into different families. Because this helps you find related gout food information. For example, you might be interested in chicken and gout. In that case, you will find chicken & gout information in the poultry and gout family. So, you can easily find related food items. For example, turkey, duck, and goose.
Gout Food Information
For each item of gout food or drink, you can find the following information:
- Purines: low, high, etc. With specific numbers where available.
- Calories per serving and per 100 grams.
- Vitamin C content.
- PRAL score for acid/alkaline info.
- Any specific science where food or drink has been linked in gout studies.
- Links/tags for related foods (i.e. food families like legumes, brassicas, etc).
Citrus Gout Food
Red Gout Meat
Your Gout Food
As with the rest of GoutPal’s Gout Resource library, I am reorganizing the information into this new structure. In the meantime, you should use the search box near the top of every page to find the gout food information you need.
You can ask me to add your favorite food to this gout food list.
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Do you want me to include a particular gout food here? Then please tell me using GoutPal’s Suggestion Box.