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Gout can lead to kidney disease because of buildup of uric acid. I have chronic kidney disease on dialysis. I go to registered hospital dietician every 5 weeks. Get updated meal plans, research info. I would recommend a registered dietician consult. For just gout drinking plenty of water is very helpful. Many high fructose fruits and juices may be worse than alcohol for causing gout. If you already have kidney damage from gout really important to avoid.
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DO: Eat Cherries
Eating tart cherries – or drinking tart cherry juice -- may lower your risk of gout attacks. The red-purple pigments in the fruit – called anthocyanins – have powerful antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties and are thought to provide protection.
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Liver, (other 'organ' or 'gland' meat...😝 (yuk anyway)! Lol.
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LOL Send.
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What foods can I include?
The following foods are low in purine.
Eggs, nuts, and peanut butter
Low-fat and fat free cheese and ice cream
Skim or 1% milk
Soup made without meat extract or broth
Vegetables that are not on the medium-purine list below
All fruit and fruit juices
Bread, pasta, rice, cake, cornbread, and popcorn
Water, soda, tea, coffee, and cocoa
Sugar, sweets, and gelatin
Fat and oil

Oh dear, I forgot to leave opportunity for other caregivers to comment. My bad, I got carried away looking things up. Sorry to be rude, but enthusiastic.
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What foods should I limit?
Medium-purine foods:
Meats: Limit the following to 4 to 6 ounces each day.
Meat and poultry
Crab, lobster, oysters, and shrimp
Vegetables: Limit the following vegetables to ½ cup each day.
Green peas
Beans, peas, and lentils (limit to 1 cup each day)
Oats and oatmeal (limit to ⅔ cup uncooked each day)
Wheat germ and bran (limit to ¼ cup each day)
High-purine foods: Limit or avoid foods high in purine.
Anchovies, sardines, scallops, and mussels
Tuna, codfish, herring, and haddock
Wild game meats, like goose and duck
Organ meats, such as brains, heart, kidney, liver, and sweetbreads
Gravies and sauces made with meat
Yeast extracts taken in the form of a supplement
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The mayo clinic has a good article on this -

as does healthline

Credit for resource goes to CWillie.
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Ok, I will try and look this up for you and be right back.

I think the goal would be to eat a low purine diet.
1) Avoiding foods high in purines.
2) Eating foods low in purines.

A diet low in purines might be prescribed for kidney disease?

Others are going to have an answer for you.

Oh, and Arthritis/Gout:
Search article here on aging care forum:
"Gout: The Most Painful Type of Arthritis
   |   Updated April 23, 2019
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