The foods for gout patients
1. Suitable foods:
The patients who strictly restricted purines should use foods with a purine content of less than 25mg/100g, and who moderately restricted purines should use foods with a purine content of 25-150mg/100g.
2. Foods that are used sparingly or not:
Regardless of the condition, patients with gout and hyperuricemia should avoid or use less high-purine foods.
The purine content of common foods as follows:
1) Foods that do not contain or microscale purines (<25mg/100g):
The purines content in milk and dairy products, various eggs, animal blood, sea cucumbers, and jellyfish skin is extremely low. Other microscale purines foods include rice, wheat, flour, noodles, macaroni, oatmeal, corn, etc., root potatoes, taro, etc., vegetables, cabbage, amaranth, kale, celery, leeks, leeks, bitter gourd, etc. Cucumbers, winter melon, loofah, eggplant, carrots, radishes, green peppers, onions, tomatoes, fungus, etc., as well as various fruits.
2) Medium amount of purines food (25-150mg/100g):
Mung beans, red beans, kidney beans, peas, cowpeas, tofu, dried tofu, soy milk, etc. in beans, muscle, pork, beef, mutton, chicken heart, duck intestines, pork loin, pork belly, pig brain, etc. in livestock and poultry , Black pomfret, grass carp, carp, saury, eel, eel, squid, shrimp, crab, abalone, fish balls in aquatic products, spinach, cauliflower, garland chrysanthemum, abalone mushroom, kelp, dried bamboo shoots, etc. , flammulina velutipes, tremella, etc., as well as peanuts, cashews, chestnuts, lotus seeds, almonds, etc.
3) High-purine food (150-1000mg/100g):
Soybeans and bean sprouts, liver and intestines of livestock and poultry, and white pomfret, catfish, hairtail, mullet, conger eels, sardines, grass shrimp, oysters, clams, mussels, scallops, and dried fish in aquatic products, etc., vegetables such as bean sprouts, asparagus, seaweed, shiitake mushrooms, etc., as well as various broths, chicken essence, yeast powder, etc.