When suffering from gout, it's important to keep your meals light, full of vegetables and free of purines as far as possible. Purines are a chemical in the blood, known to cause gout; so, it's best to avoid these as much as you can.
|Typical Values||per 100g||per 382g serving|
|Energy ||145 kcal |
|554 kcal |
of which saturates
|5.5 g |
|21.2 g |
of which sugars
|11.4 g |
|43.4 g |
|Fibre||1.3 g ||4.9 g |
|Protein||11.8 g ||45.1 g |
|Salt||0.3 g ||1 g |
A colourful root vegetable that is full of dietary fibre, perfect if you're prone to constipation. It's also heart-friendly and has a large amount of potassium, which helps maintain a good balance of fluids in the body.
Lean chicken breast, as with other lean meats, is a great source of protein and low in saturated fat compared to red meat.
These tiny whole grains contain 88% of the recommended daily amount of manganese, which contributes to healthy bones. And compared to its white counterpart, brown rice is higher in fibre and will keep you fuller for longer.
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