gout diet

gout di·et

a diet containing a minimal quantity of purine bases (meats); liver, kidney, and sweetbread especially are excluded and replaced by dairy products, fruits, and cereals; alcoholic beverages also are excluded.
Synonym(s): purine-free diet

gout di·et

(gowt dīĕt)
Diet containing a minimal quantity of purine bases (meats); liver, kidney, and sweetbreads are excluded and replaced by dairy products, fruits, and cereals.
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For more information, please see the gout diet fact sheet at www.
But although diet is a cornerstone of gout treatment, adhering to the strictest gout diet usually will not sufficiently reduce uric acid to the recommended level of 6 mg/dL or less (5 mg/dL or less for patients with tophi).
Even if you adhere to the strictest gout diet, chances are you'll reduce your uric acid level by about 1 mg/dL, Dr.