Gout Recipes

The following are some healthy gout recipes, or rather, daily menus that go to make up a weekly menu plan that you can use to help lower and control your uric acid levels.

A healthy gout diet is a key element in treating gout naturally.

But, there is a misconception that, as a gout sufferer, about all you can eat is cardboard! Well, as you can see, this isn’t the case. You can eat very well on a healthy gout diet.

So please try these gout menus and see how you get on…

Gout Recipes: Mixed Salad

Notes:

All meat, poultry and fish used in a dish must be no more than 6 ounces per serving in order to get the right balance between their nutritional value and purine content.

Cherries should be eaten everyday, as one of your allotted snacks, so you won’t forget to take them; studies have shown they are able to reduce uric acid. You can eat other fruits (e.g. orange, apple, pear, banana, kiwi fruit) outside of your designated snack times.

In some countries the main (biggest) meal of the day is lunch, whilst in others it’s dinner. Swap lunches and dinners to suit your culture.

Monday

Breakfast:  Fresh grapefruit then toast (2 slices max.)

Morning snack:  1/3 cup of mixed almonds & sunflower seeds.

Lunch:  Mixed salad with cottage cheese and chives.

Afternoon snack:  1 cup of fresh cherries.

Dinner:  Lean beef Irish stew.

Late snack:  2 oatcakes.

Tuesday

Breakfast:  Porridge with low-fat milk, blackberries, chopped apples and cracked linseed, 1 tofu yoghurt.

Morning snack:  1/3 cup of dried apricots.

Lunch:  2 poached eggs on wholemeal toast, 1 potato scone.

Afternoon snack:  1/3 cup of pecan nuts.

Dinner:  Grilled chicken breast with potatoes, carrots and parsnips.

Late snack:  1 cup of fresh cherries.

Wednesday

Breakfast:  1 large wedge of cantaloupe melon, 2 Ryvita wafers.

Morning snack:  2 slices of wholemeal toast with jam.

Lunch:  1 large baked potato with tuna, 2 oatcakes.

Aternoon snack:  1 cup of fresh cherries.

Dinner:  Home made chicken curry with brown rice, pear.

Late snack:  1/3 cup of mixed dried fruit and nuts.

Thursday

Breakfast:  Muesli with low-fat milk and a chopped banana.

Morning snack:  1 cup of fresh cherries.

Lunch:  Tomato soup with a roll, 1 yoghurt.

Afternoon snack:  1/3 cup of dried apricots.

Dinner:  Grilled wild salmon with potatoes, broccoli and carrots.

Late snack:  2 oatcakes.

Friday

Breakfast:  Porridge with low-fat milk, ground cinnamon, and chopped banana, 1 natural Greek yogurt.

Morning snack:  1/3 cup of pecan nuts.

Lunch:  2 grilled kippers with grilled tomatoes and scrambled egg.

Afternoon snack:  1 cup of fresh cherries.

Dinner:  Mixed vegetable casserole, rice pudding made with rice milk.

Late snack:  2 slices of wholemeal toast.

Saturday

Breakfast:  Fresh fruit salad, soft-boiled egg with toast fingers to dip.

Morning snack:  2 oatcakes.

Lunch:  Baked potato with cottage cheese and pineapple, slice of carob cake.

Afternoon snack:  1/3 cup of mixed nuts.

Dinner:  Falafel with oven chips.

Late snack:  1 cup of fresh cherries.

Sunday

Breakfast:  2 slices of wholemeal toast with raw honey, a banana.

Morning snack:  2 rice cakes.

Lunch:  Mixed salad, baked apple.

Afternoon snack:  1 cup of fresh cherries.

Dinner:  Baked wild salmon with potatoes, broccoli and carrots.

Late snack:  1 slice of carrot cake.

*Based on suggested menus in Christine Craggs-Hinton’s excellent book Coping with Gout published by Sheldon Press, London SW1P 4ST.

So there you have it; healthy gout recipes for breakfast, lunch, dinner and snacks for a whole week.

Now that you’ve got the idea, look around this site for other foods that you can eat and come up with your own gout recipes.

But please recognise that, although your diet is very important in controlling your gout, there are many other issues that you need to be aware of, and take action on, to truly prevent your gout returning again and again.

You see, frequently recurring gout can leave you with permanently damaged joints, and, other problems like painful kidney stones, stroke, cardiovascular problems, and a higher risk of death compared with folks who don’t suffer from high uric acid and gout.

But you don’t have to spend days or weeks researching these issues because they are all simply explained in the Gout Remedy Report. You can download your copy by clicking here.

Click here to download your FREE copy of my Ebook “GOUT RESCUE”

Update 23rd July 2014:-

New Tasty Gout Recipes

I’ve just got a hold of a great resource containing tons of healthy gout friendly recipes to lower and control your uric acid, that I just had to share with you…

It has gout recipes to suit every palate so you don’t have to figure out whether a recipe you like or fancy is okay to eat or not. Having gout friendly recipes all in one place makes life so much simpler.

Here’s just a small fraction of the mouthwatering gout friendly recipes I’ve found in this excellent ebook:-

  • BAKED PASTA WITH ZUCCHINI AND MOZZARELLA
  • BEEF TENDERLOIN STUFFED WITH PEPPERS, SPINACH, AND GOAT CHEESE WITH WINE SAUCE
  • CHICKEN BREASTS ROASTED WITH HONEY, PINE NUTS AND THYME
  • PROVENCAL-STYLE COD FISH
  • MOUSSAKA
  • GRILLED VEAL CHOPS AND ZUCCHINI WITH ROSEMARY
  • PENNE WITH PEPPERY BROCCOLI AND MOREL SAUCE
  • RICOTTA-STUFFED GRAPE LEAVES WITH CAPONATA
  • RUSSIAN POTATO SALAD
  • SPANAKOPITA
  • ORANGE-GLAZED ROASTED SALMON AND FENNEL
  • TABBOULEH SALAD
  • LIMA BEAN TOMATO SOUP
  • BROCCOLI AND CHEESE SOUFFLE
  • BLACK BEAN QUESADILLAS
  • TEX MEX VEGETARIAN SHEPHERD’S PIE
  • RISOTTO PRIMAVERA
  • PEPPER CORN PAELLA
  • INDIAN-STYLE BASMATI RICE
  • MUSHROOM LENTIL BARLEY STEW
  • INDIAN CURRIED BARLEY PILAF
  • SOME GOUT SMOOTHIES THAT LOWER URIC ACID

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