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Organ meats are classified as bad foods for a gout diet, but they are actually good foods for overall nutrition. Organ meats are bad for gout because they have a very high purine content, which can trigger a gout attack.What meats can I eat with gout?
Meats: These include chicken, beef, pork and lamb. Other fish: Fresh or canned salmon generally contains lower levels of purines than most other fish. Summary: Foods you should eat with gout include all fruits and vegetables, whole grains, low-fat dairy products, eggs and most beverages.What foods cause gout?
Sardines, mackerel, oysters and scallops can cause gout. Gout can be caused by vegetables such as spinach, asparagus and peas. Butter, ice cream, whole milk and cheese can cause gout due to their high purine content. Beer is made from yeast and grains, which can increase uric acid in your body and cause gout. Gout can be caused by lentils.