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Can Gout Patients Eat Crab and Lobster?

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Gout is an extremely painful condition that many people have the misfortune of dealing with. This condition is irritated by high purine foods. Therefore, modifying your diet to exclude purine rich foods is vital to eliminating a bout with gout.

There are several foods that you will need to avoid once you have been diagnosed with having gout. This leaves a question that many people want to know the answer to – can gout patients eat crab and lobster?

Although you might feel you should be able to once in a while, it is definitely in your best interest to avoid eating both lobster and crab. These are both very high in purines and have been know to cause an attack with gout. Here is a list of foods to help you in determining what is safe for you to eat and what you should avoid eating.

Food that are safe to eat with gout:

* peanut butter and nuts
* hot chocolate, coffee and tea
* condensed milk, buttermilk
* soda and other carbonated drinks
* fruit
* fruit juice
* eggs
* bread ( not whole grain)
* select veggies (see list below)

Foods that are safe on occasion and in moderation to eat with gout:

* whole grain cereals, pastas and bread
* asparagus
* tuna
* bass
* tripe
* bouillon
* cauliflower
* spinach
* chicken
* shad
* duck
* roe
* halibut
* ham
* pork
* kidney beans
* plaice
* lentils
* peas
* Lima beans
* oysters
* mushrooms
* liverwurst

Foods that you should avoid once you have been diagnosed with having gout:

* all foods that are high in purines
* CRAB
* LOBSTER
* alcohol
* venison
* herring
* turkey
* herring roe
* trout
* mussels
* sausage
* sardines
* salmon
* yeast
* pheasant
* anchovies
* mutton chop
* mutton leg

Gout can be controlled successfully with proper dietary modifications. This includes eliminating purine rich foods and foods that will increase the production of uric acid in the body. although, proper diet modification can control gout it might still be necessary to take prescription medication to assist in relieving the pain if an attack does occur.

It is important that you speak with your medical care provider to further discuss your condition and your nutritional needs. however, regardless of your actual nutritional desires, it is always in your best interest to completely avoid lobster and crab.

So, to clearly answer your burning question, “can gout patients eat crab and lobster?’, the answer is going to have to be a very stern no. Unless you do not mind dealing with the consequences of a painful attack with gout.

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3 responses so far ↓

  • 1 brazeno // Jan 2, 2011 at 10:40 pm

    I’ve suffered heart burns twice caused by gouts, after eating plenty of crabs, tofu and tempeh. The gouts disappeared after taking Allupurinol. I think I should be more careful in eating foods.

  • 2 g.cox // Jun 30, 2012 at 7:39 am

    I have had a long time battling gout attacks.
    Usually in my right ankle,can’t walk or put weight
    on it.

  • 3 g.cox // Jun 30, 2012 at 7:47 am

    I was taking 0.6milligram tablets of colchisine and within a day all symptoms were gone. I like tea but if I drink it often,I wind up later with a flare up. I didn’t eat venison before and now I love it as compared to chicken.

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