Staple food: rice (rice, corn, millet, glutinous rice), wheat (barley, wheat, oats, water chestnut wheat, cereals, etc.), bakery products (fine white powder, strong flour, pasta, cornmeal, bread, bread, biscuits,cake), soda crackers, butter snack, starch, sorghum, pasta, potatoes (potatoes), sweet potato, potato, green bean noodle, water chestnuts, etc.
Dairy products: milk, condensed milk, cheese, yogurt, malted milk, milk powder, ice cream, etc.
Meat and eggs: eggs, duck eggs, preserved eggs, pig blood, duck blood, chicken blood, goose blood.
Vegetables: Chinese cabbage, cabbage, lettuce (lettuce), amaranth, potherb mustard, Chinese Chrysanthemum, celery, mustard greens, water water spinach, leeks, chives, tomatoes, eggplant, melons (cucumber, melon, sponge gourd, pumpkin , cucumber, bitter gourd), radish (including carrot, radish, etc.), Brussels sprouts, cabbage, gourds, green peppers, onions, garlic, ginger, fungus, mustard, peppers, pickles, etc.
Fruit: apples, bananas, red dates, black dates, pears, mango, orange, lemon, lotus, grapes, pomegranate, peach, loquat, pineapple, peaches, plums, watermelon, Po melon, papaya, the frankincense melon, raisins, dry longan.
High uric acid Notes
Maintain ideal weight, overweight or obese should lose weight. However,should be gradual, otherwise easily lead to ketosis or acute attack of gout
Eat less fat, because fat can reduce uric acid discharge. Gout concurrent hyperlipidemia, fat intake should be controlled at less than 20-25% of the total calories.
Drink plenty of water daily should drink plenty of water 2000ml to 3000ml promote uric acid exclude
Temperance! Alcohol tends to the accumulation of lactic acid in vivo, can inhibit the excretion of uric acid, easily induced gout.