Gout Diet

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What due to uric acid may need to actually eliminate purine-rich foods from their diet because those foods can raise their uric acid level.
Consuming coffee and tea is not a problem but alcohol can raise uric acid levels and provoke an episode of gout. Drinking at least 10-12 eight-ounce glasses of non-alcoholic fluids every day is recommended, especially for people with kidney stones, to help flush the uric acid crystals from the body.
Johns Hopkins lists foods which are:
Very high in purines
Hearts
Herring
Mussels
Yeast
Smelt
Sardines
Sweetbreads
Moderately high in purines
Anchovies
Grouse
Mutton
Veal
Bacon
Liver
Salmon
Turkey
Kidneys
Partridge
Trout
Goose
Haddock
Pheasant
Scallops
Experts at Mayo Clinic suggest that medications for gout have reduced the need for dietary restrictions, but some modification can decrease the severity or frequency of gout attacks. Dietary modification may also be preferred by people who cannot tolerate gout medications.

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