Low Purine Diet for Someone With Gout

I am looking for a low-purine diet for gout, one that is very simple and to the point. Broken down by weekly intake using old fashion measurements (cups, teaspoons, etc.). Is there such a thing?

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Denise from Pantego, TX4

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By Sandy. (Guest Post)
March 22, 20060 found this helpful

All you have to do for gout is eat cherries or drink cherry juice. You will have immediate relief. Really!

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March 22, 20060 found this helpful

I was just talking to a natural health provider about this the other day and she recommended cherries also. She said that red cherries are the best, fresh, canned, juice or any form that you can find. She also said it was important to have some everyday and that there have been studies to show that it is really effective for relieving the symptoms of gout.
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March 22, 20060 found this helpful

www.pccnaturalmarkets.com/.../Low_Purine_Diet.htm

This was the 1st hit when I googled "low purine diet." There were MANY more.

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By Poco (Guest Post)
March 22, 20060 found this helpful

The Cherries work every time, have had gout twice and the doctor told me to drink cherry juice, it worked wonders.

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March 22, 20060 found this helpful

CHERRIES recommended about 8 . Seems to work for many. Give them a try. I think even the cherry pie filling will work if that is all that is available. Canned cherrys, when fresh is out of season.

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March 23, 20060 found this helpful

I was just talking to a friend yesterday about this very thing. She said to avoid all canned fish. Hope this helps.

Connie from Canada

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By ANNE (Guest Post)
March 23, 20060 found this helpful

AVOID SEAFOOD. NO SHRIMP,LOBSTER ETC THIS WILL FLAIR UP GOUT IN A HEARTBEAT.

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March 28, 20060 found this helpful

Do an on-line search for "gout diet", you'll get lots of sites and info

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By Guest (Guest Post)
November 6, 20070 found this helpful

My husband suffers from Gout and has had it for approx. 20+yrs. Cherries do seem to work, sometimes. He takes medication(Allopurinol)daily. On occasion he has a flare up and takes (Indomethicin). Over the years he has averaged 1 or 2 attacks per year(approx.

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1~3 days). Now in his late 50's the attacks seem to last longer (~1 month). Regular cures aren't working as effectively. Every persons "gout" is different. Nothing is a "sure fire cure" for this ailment! Rule of thumb......If it works...use it!

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