List of Foods That Cause Gout

People who have gout may find that certain foods cause the condition to become worse by triggering a gout attack. Medical research supports this anecdotal evidence to some degree. A partial list of foods that cause gout includes:
 
  • Anchovies
  • Sardines
  • Herring
  • Mussels
  • Liver
  • Kidneys.
     
Eating these foods does not necessarily mean that a gout attack will absolutely occur. Other risk factors play a role in this condition. Your healthcare provider can recommend a specific eating plan based on your unique condition and will also recommend other prevention strategies.
 
(Click Foods That Cause Gout for a more complete list. This article also discusses the link between a high-purine diet and gout, specific research findings, and foods that have a low purine content.)
 
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