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Question by  Jenna20 (74)

What are the foods that cause gout?

What is gout?


Answer by  ratna (6)

Gout is an metabolic disorder characterised by true crystal can be defines a the pathological reaction of the joint or periarticulartissues to the presence of monosodium urate , monohydrate is causd by foods that are rich in purines and protiens like alchoholic beverages, achovies, sardines in oils,yeast,organmeat(LIVER,KIDNEY),legumes,mushrooms,spinach,cauliflower,asparagus.gout is treated by allopurinol.


Answer by  sarah0045 (186)

Gout is characterized by recurrent attacks of acute inflammatory arthritis. Avoid foods that are high in fat and/or cholesterol. red meat and fish, like mussels, and scallops should be avoided.


Answer by  juanita57 (1374)

Foods that causes gout is yeast foods, sweetbreads, all type of meats, sea foods, and alcohol. They also say soda, sugary drinks, and foods that contains purine. Also beef hash, barbeque, and any kind of meats that is real salty. Hot dogs is bad for gout, and they say acid foods like lemons and tomatoes is not good for gout.


Answer by  DrYasmin (178)

Gout is a disorder in which crystals of monosodium urate monohydrate derived from hyperuriceamic body fluids give rise to inflammatory arthritis, tenosivitis, bursitis or cellutis. It's usually a problem of post-pubertal males and women before menopause. The joint of great toe is site of first attack in acute gouty arthritis. It is accompanied by fever, leucocytosis and raised ESR.

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