Gout and Kidney Disease

Gout and Kidney Disease
Gout and Kidney Disease
  • Alcohol
  • Dried fish (like anchovies, shrimp), 
  • Organ meats (e.g. kidney, liver), 
  • Game meats (e.g. deer, goose), 
  • Fish (fresh tuna, trout, herring, anchovies, 
  • Shellfish (shrimp, squid), 
  • Deli meats.
  • Limit high sugar foods. Sugar-sweetened foods can increase the likelihood of gout. 
  • Limit high fat meals. These have been linked to gout flares. 
  • If having animal protein, limit the portion to 2.5 oz or 75 g per meal. 
  • Include more vegetables. Aim for ½ your meal in vegetables. Have fruit as a snack.
  • Stay hydrated. Make water your beverage of choice. But for some other drinks with CKD, check out this post.

3 thoughts on “Gout and Kidney Disease”

  1. This is a good information on gout. Luckily I’m on the right path in terms of eating a plant based diet. Thank you!

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