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Purine Information and Uric Acid Food Chart



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Purine Information and Uric Acid Food Chart List

Top Three Reasons that Low-Purine Diets fail to control Gout:


1) Only 30% of uric acid production stems from dietary purines.

2) Many "low-purine" foods are absolutely horrible for your health.

3) Many "high-purine" foods are extremely good for your health.

Did you know:


- 70% of Uric Acid production comes from our own body's cells (NOT from the purines we eat)



Our diet and lifestyle directly impacts the health of our cells.

How much control do we actually have over 70% of our uric acid production?





The health of your cells is affected by many things such as stress, sickness, body weight, hydration, medication use, lifestyle choices, acidic eating habits, etc. These factors can alter your body's ability to properly dispose of the accumulating, excess uric acid.

While purines may be one piece of this puzzle, it remains a rather small piece in the grand scheme of gout control. Solely following a purine chart can allow someone to indulge in sugar and alcohol, yet avoid spinach.

IS THERE REALLY SUCH A THINGS AS A "GOUT SAFE FOOD AND A GOUT SAFE DIET?"


We must be careful and understand all components involved this painful condition. As you can see on the purine list below, almost everything we eat has purines in it or causes excess purines to be released by our system.

You may have 'trigger foods' that spark an attack. A purine-rich meal may push your 'already full' glass over the edge and into an attack. However, be sure to understand things were already brewing and these triggers simply tipped the scale. There is a much larger picture here, and a management approach that will be key to avoiding the damage and doom of advanced stage Gout. Cellular repair and regeneration is the ONLY way to do this!

Cellular repair is possible, and 100% necessary to truly address the problem. It cannot be done without a fully comprehensive repair approach (diet, lifestyle, water, and high-potency, cell repairing herbs and vitamins.)



GOUT SUFFERERS CANNOT DO IT ALONE!


That is why our products, from GC® GoutCare to Flamasil®, are so popular with our thousands of customers. They count on our uric acid dissolving products GC® Gout Care, Flamasil®, Body Boost Vitamins®, and Friendly Fighters Probiotics® to allow them to eat the foods they enjoy WITHOUT the fear of a GOUT ATTACK!





Here is a look at a purine chart:





Meat (100 g / 3.5 oz)

Purine

Uric Acid


Mutton Chop


61


146

Mutton Saddle

81

195

Veal, lean

63

150

Sweetbreads

525

1260

Veal Chop

52

125

Veal Liver

182

460

Veal Kidney

88

210

Lamb, lean

76

182

Horse Meat

83

200

Beef Heart

107

256

Bovine Liver

231

554

Bovine Lung

166

399

Bovine Kidney

112

269

Beef Tongue

67

160

Beef, lean

58

140

Pork, lean

63

150

Pork Liver

125

300

Pork Kidney

139

334

Pork Shoulder, raw

63

150

Pork Shoulder, roast

83

200

Pork Shoulder, skin

116

280

Pork Chops

49

118

Roast Hare

71

170

Venison

67

160

Rabbit

60

145


Sausage and Ham (100 g / 3.5 oz)

Purine

Uric Acid


Black Pudding


38


90

Bratwurst

54

130

Meat Extract

1459

3500

Meat Loaf

58

130

Frankfurter Sausages

54

130

Mortadella

54

130

Ham, cooked

83

198

Ham, smoked

84

200


Fish (100 g / 3.5 oz)

Purine

Uric Acid

Trout

83

200

Pike

58

140

Halibut

123

294

Herring

79

194

Herring Fillet

88

210

Herring Roe

79

190

Cod

63

150

Carp

63

150

Salmon

68

163

Mackerel

60

145

Mackerel, raw, with skin

167

400

Mackerel, raw, without skin

75

180

Redfish

100

241

Sardine

144

345

Haddock

54

130

Plaice

58

140

Plaice, raw, with skin

71

170

Plaice, raw, without skin

54

130

Sole

55

131

Tuna

107

257

Pike

46

110


Poultry (100 g / 3.5 oz)

Purine

Uric Acid

Duck

64

153

Pheasant

62

150

Goose

69

165

Chicken Leg, roasted

98

235

Chicken with Skin, roasted

125

300

Turkey

50

120

Chicken Liver

101

243



Mushrooms (100 g / 3.5 oz)

Purine

Uric Acid

Portabella Mushrooms

25

60

Chanterelles

13

30

Porcini

34

80



Fish Products (100 g / 3.5 oz)

Purine

Uric Acid


Eel, smoked


48


115

Anchovies

108

260

Herring with skin, fried

88

210

Herring without skin, fried

67

160

Bow with skin

100

240

Bow without skin

60

145

Caviar

60

145

Salmon, smoked

100

242

Mackerel, smoked

76

182

Herring

91

219

Sardines with skin

146

350

Sardines without skin

88

210

Sardines in oil

200

480

Sprat, smoked

223

535

Tuna in oil

121

290


Shellfish and Crustaceans (100 g / 3.5 oz)

Purine

Uric Acid


Oyster


38


90

Shrimp

61

147

Lobster

73

175

Cancer

25

60

Mussel

154

370



Fruit (100 g / 3.5 oz)

Purine

Uric Acid


Pineapple


8


20

Apple

6

15

Apricot

8

20

Apricot, dried

32

75

Banana

11

25

Pear

6

15



Blackberries

5

15

Date

21

50

Strawberries

11

25

Banana

11

25

Blueberries

8

20

Raspberries

8

18

Cherry

6

15

Orange

8

20

Peach

8

18

Cranberries

5

13

Watermelon

8

20

Grape, blue

8

20

Grapes, white

8

20

Plum

8

20

Drinks with and without Alcohol (100 g / 3.5 oz)

Purine

Uric Acid


Apple Juice


3


8

Beer

27

65

Beer Yeast

1248

2995

Beer without alcohol

1

3

Coffee

0

0

Orange Juice

5

12

Champagne

0

0

Spirits

0

0

Tea

0

0

Wine

0

0





Legumes and Soybeans (100 g / 3.5 oz)

Purine

Uric Acid


Beans, white


75


180

Peas

62

150

Peek

84

200

Soybeans

92

220

Soybean Flour

123

296

Tofu

29

70

Soy Sauce

25

60









Cereals, Rice, Noodles (100 g / 3.5 oz)

Purine

Uric Acid


Buckwheat


62


149

Barley

34

82

Semolina

23

55

Oatmeal

42

100

Millet

35

85

Rice, unprocessed, cooked)

15

35

Rice, white, cooked

10

25

Rye, whole grain

20

47

Sago

34

82

Starch

0

0

Tapioca

37

89

Whole Grain Bread

35

84

Wheat, whole grain

17

40

Wheat Flour

8

20

Noodles, cooked

22

52

Whole Wheat Pasta, cooked

21

50


Nuts and Seeds (100 g / 3.5 oz)

Purine

Uric Acid


Peanuts


42


100

Hazelnuts

13

30

Almonds

13

30

Pecans

13

30

Poppy

70

154

Sesame Seeds

37

88

Sunflower Seeds

65

157

Walnuts

10

25


Vegetables (100 g / 3.5 oz)

Purine

Uric Acid


Eggplant


8


20

Bamboo Shoots

6

15

Cauliflower

19

45

Beans, green

18

42

Avocado

13

30

Broccoli

21

50

Chicory

6

15

Chinese Cabbage

10

25

Endive

4

11

Lamb's lettuce

10

24

Fennel

7

16

Kale

13

30

Carrot

6

15

Potato

6

15

Kohlrabi

13

30

Lettuce

4

10

Leek

17

40

Peppers, green

4

10

Peppers, red

6

15

Radishes

4

10

Radish

4

10

Rhubarb

2

5

Brussels Sprouts

25

60

Beetroot

8

20

Red Cabbage

17

40

Cucumber

2

6

Sorrel

23

55

Sauerkraut

8

20

Salsify

29

70

Celery

13

30

Asparagus

10

25

Spinach

21

50

Tomato

4

10

Savoy

17

40

Zucchini

8

20

Onion

4

9


Dairy Products (100 g / 3.5 oz)

Purine

Uric Acid


Milk


0


0

Yogurt, plain

0

0

Curd Cheese

0

0

Camembert Cheese

13

30

Emmentaler Cheese

4

10

Fresh Cheese

0

0

Cream Cheese

5

13

Gauda Cheese

7

16







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