Best & Worst Foods to Eat with Gout | Reduce Risk of Gout Attacks and Hyperuricemia
Gout is an inflammatory monoarticular arthropathy that is caused by monosodium urate crystal deposition within particular joints in the body. The urate crystals result from hyperuricemia (high levels of uric acid in the blood), which is derived from purine metabolism. Purines can come from a variety of different foods, with some dietary selections having high purine content, and other selections having lower amounts of purines. In this lesson, we discuss the worst foods to eat with gout (foods and beverages that have high levels of purines), and the best foods to eat with gout (foods and beverages that have lower levels of purines).
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