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Nutrition for exacerbation of gout
Treatment of an acute attack of gout includes bed rest, compliance with strict diet and medication treatment. For the entire period of exacerbation, meat and fish products are excluded. The food consists mainly of liquid food (milk, sour-milk products, jelly, compotes, vegetable and fruit juices, weak tea with milk or lemon, vegetable soups, liquid porridges). It must be ensured that the patient does not starve and consumes up to 2 liters of liquid per day. Alkaline mineral water is recommended. An indicative menu during the period of gout exacerbation is given below.
LIST OF RECOMMENDED FOODS AND MEALS
Bread and flour products: wheat and rye bread from 1st and 2nd grade flour, various baked products including including ground bran.
Soups: vegetarian: cabbage soup, borsch, vegetable, potato, with the addition of cereals, cold (okroshka, beetroot), dairy, fruit.
Meat, poultry, fish: low-fat species and varieties. Up to three times a week for 150 g of boiled meat or 170 g of boiled fish. After boiling it is used for various dishes - stewed, baked, fried, cutlet products. You can combine meat and fish in approximately equal parts.
Dairy products: milk, sour milk drinks, cottage cheese and dishes from it, sour cream and cheese.
Eggs: 1 egg per day in any cooking.
Cereals: in moderation, any meals.
Vegetables: in high quantities, raw and in any cooking, dishes from potatoes.
Snacks: salads from fresh and pickled vegetables, from fruits, vinaigrette, vegetable roe, squash, eggplant.
Fruits, sweet dishes and sweets: in an increased number of fruits and berries. Fresh and in any cooking. Dried fruits. Creams and kissels dairy. Marmalade, pastilles, non-chocolate candy, jam, honey, meringue.
Sauces and spices: on vegetable broth, tomato, sour, milk. Citric acid, cinnamon, vanillin, bay leaf. Dill, parsley greens.
Drinks: tea with lemon, milk, coffee not strong with milk. Juices of fruits, berries and vegetables, fruit drinks, water with juices, kvass. Broths of dogrose, wheat bran, dried fruits.
Fats: butter, cow melted and vegetable oils.
LIST OF EXCLUDED FOODS AND MEALS
Meat, fish and mushroom broths are excluded from the diet, from sorrel, spinach, beans. Restrict products of dough. Exclude the liver, kidneys, tongue, brains, meat of young animals and birds, sausages, smoked meat, salted fish, meat and fish canned food, caviar, cheeses, and legumes. Limit the pork fat. Exclude mushrooms, fresh pods of beans, spinach, sorrel, rhubarb, cauliflower. Limit salted and pickled vegetables. Exclude chocolate, figs, raspberries, cranberries, peppers, mustard, horseradish sauces on meat, fish and mushroom broths, cocoa, strong tea and coffee, beef, mutton and cooking fats.
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