Top 15 Most Common Foods That Cause Gout

15) Mushrooms

They are a good source of protein and other nutrients, but they contain a moderate amount of purines. In this case, you should take it easy. You should not consume too much of it every day.


You have probably seen by now that diet for gout is not as intuitive as you might think. What is considered otherwise healthy foods may not be a good pick if you have gout. But what can you eat if you have gout? Dietary recommendations may vary depending on your culture and the availability of foods where you live. Thus, we recommend talking to your doctor thoroughly about this and, if possible, scheduling an appointment with a dietitian to build a scheme of foods and recipes you can try to enjoy eating without worrying about gout flare-ups.