Now that the latest issue of my free gout newsletter is finished, it’s catching up time once again.
It is time to answer your short question about recipes for gout.
First, a warning. I have seen hundreds of so-called recipes for gout, and books of gout diet recipes. Most of them simply regurgitate old, out-of-date, advice about foods low in purines. Purines and gout are not that important, and certainly not for vegetables. If you see any of these, and you are not sure about their true value for gout sufferers, please let me know about them, and I will appraise them for you.
You might have noticed that I have started a new Gout Diet Recipes section.
Over the next few months, I will be adding new recipes here – all of them with a full nutritional assessment showing the likely effects on gout.
Do you have a particular recipe that you love to eat, but not sure how it will affect your gout? Just send the recipe to me, and I will assess it for you. I will publish the best of these in my gout recipe section.
This post answers a short gout question in the gout diet section. Do you still have questions about recipes for gout? See the list of discussions about recipes for gout friendly foods.
Please note that I’m moving my gout forums to a new website. See the latest Recipes For Gout discussions in my Gout Topic Index. Join in any of those topics, or start your own new Recipes For Gout discussion.