what is the diet for High uric acid

Diet for high uric acid

Avoid Organ meats  such as liver

Red meat. Limit serving sizes of beef, lamb and pork.

Some types of seafood — such as anchovies, shellfish, sardines and tuna — are higher in purines and hence to be limited 
High-purine vegetables such as asparagus and spinach to be avoided 

Beer and distilled liquors are associated with an increased risk of gout. Avoid alcohol during gout attacks

Sugary foods and beverages. 
Limit or avoid sugar-sweetened foods such as sweetened cereals, bakery goods and candies. Limit consumption of naturally sweet fruit juices.

Vitamin C. Vitamin C may help lower uric acid levels. Talk to your doctor about whether a 500-milligram vitamin C supplement fits into your diet and medication plan.

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