These 6 Vegetables Can Make Uric Acid Recurrence, Must Be Abstained! Lifestyle – 6 hours ago

Jakarta, CNBC Indonesia – Gout can attack anyone regardless of age. Symptoms of gout usually appear suddenly in the form of sharp pain and sometimes feel very severe.

Gout can recur or explode due to consuming foods that contain excess purine. If it is not treated properly and does not maintain a diet, it can cause kidney stones to form.

There are several vegetables that are not good for gout sufferers to consume. Some vegetables need to be avoided because they have high purine levels. Here’s the list:

1. Asparagus

Asparagus has high levels of potassium and folate. However, asparagus is one vegetable that needs to be avoided by gout sufferers because it has a high purine content. In asparagus, there are approximately 23 grams of purine in every 100 grams of this vegetable.

2. Spinach

Apart from being easy to process, spinach is known to be high in nutrients such as vitamin C, flavonoids, iron, beta carotene and luteins. However, gout sufferers should avoid spinach because it has a high purine content. In every 100 grams, there are approximately 57 grams of purines.

3. Chickpeas

Beans are one of the most popular vegetables in Indonesia because they can be processed into various kinds of stir-fries and as a complementary ingredient. However, beans are known to have high fructose which can trigger gout.

4. Mushrooms

Mushrooms have quite high purine content in each portion. Therefore, gout sufferers must avoid the vegetables that are mixed in many of these dishes.

5. Cauliflower

The next vegetable to avoid is cauliflower. These vegetables are usually only a complement to every dish. Cauliflower needs to be avoided by gout sufferers because it has 23 grams of purine in every 100 grams.

6. Peas

Peas contain 50 to 150 milligrams of purine in every 100 grams. This is the medium category. However, if you already have gout, it is better to avoid this green vegetable.

So what foods are good to eat for gout sufferers? Here’s the list.

– Fruits: all fruits are generally good for gout. Cherries can even help prevent attacks by lowering uric acid levels and reducing inflammation.

– Vegetables: potatoes, peas and eggplant

– Nuts: all nuts and seeds, including soybeans and tofu

– Whole grains: These include oats, brown rice, and oats

– Dairy products: all dairy products are safe, but low-fat dairy products are highly recommended

– Egg

– Drinks: coffee, tea and green tea

– Herbs and spices: all herbs and spices

– Vegetable oils: including canola, coconut, olive and hemp oils

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