A potassium-rich meal that is great for those with gout. It's low in purines, which is a mega bonus, as high amounts of purine can cause uric acid to build up. A perfect dish for everyone to enjoy. Who says healthy food can't be delicious?!
This recipe has high fat content due to the amount of healthy fats that are in the ingredients, such as the avocados. These fats help to lower your cholesterol and keep your heart healthy. However, healthy or not, it's still best to be aware of how much fat you're eating.
|Typical Values||per 100g||per 290g serving|
|Energy ||156 kcal |
|452 kcal |
of which saturates
|9.7 g |
|28 g |
of which sugars
|12 g |
|36 g |
|Fibre||4.2 g ||12 g |
|Protein||2.6 g ||7.5 g |
|Salt||0.5 g ||1.3 g |
Sweet potatoes are a great source of dietary fibre, helping to keep the digestive system healthy and regular. Gout sufferers may want to take it easy on how much sweet potato they eat however, as they contain oxalates which, when eaten in excess, could potentially cause kidney stones.
Low in calories and counting towards your '5-a-day', peppers provide a host of micronutrient benefits including vitamin C, beta carotene (which the body converts to vitamin A), vitamin K and B6, as well as manganese and potassium.
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