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Nutrition during exacerbation of gout
Treatment of an acute gout attack includes bed rest, strict dietary and medication treatment. For the entire period of exacerbation exclude meat and fish products. Food consists mainly of liquid food (milk, dairy products, jelly, fruit drinks, vegetable and fruit juices, weak tea with milk or lemon, vegetable soups, liquid cereals). You must ensure that the patient does not starve and consumed up to 2 liters of fluid per day. Alkaline mineral waters are recommended. A sample menu in the period of acute gout is given below.
LIST OF RECOMMENDED PRODUCTS AND DISHES
Bread and flour products: wheat and rye bread from flour of the 1st and 2nd grade, various baked products including with the inclusion of ground bran.
Soups: vegetarian: soup, borscht, vegetable, potato, with the addition of cereals, cold (okroshka, beetroot soup), dairy, fruit.
Meat, poultry, fish: low-fat species and varieties. Up to three times a week, 150 g of boiled meat or 170 g of boiled fish. After boiling is used for various dishes - stewed, baked, fried, products from cutlet mass. 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 dishes.
Vegetables: in increased amounts, raw and in any culinary processing, potato dishes.
Snacks: salads from fresh and fermented vegetables, fruits, vinaigrettes, vegetable caviar, squash, eggplant.
Fruits, sweet dishes and sweets: fruits and berries in an increased amount. Fresh and in any culinary processing. Dried fruits. Milk creams and jelly. Marmalade, candy, non-chocolate sweets, jam, honey, meringue.
Sauces and spices: vegetable broth, tomato, sour cream, milk. Citric acid, cinnamon, vanilla, bay leaf. Dill, parsley.
Drinks: tea with lemon, milk, weak coffee with milk. Juices of fruits, berries and vegetables, fruit drinks, water with juices, kvasses. Broths of hips, wheat bran, dried fruits.
Fats: butter, ghee and vegetable oils.
LIST OF EXCLUDED PRODUCTS AND DISHES
From the diet exclude meat, fish and mushroom broths, from sorrel, spinach, legumes. Limit products from pastry. Exclude liver, kidneys, tongue, brains, meat of young animals and poultry, sausages, smoked meats, salted fish, canned meat and fish, caviar, cheeses, and legumes. Limit pork fat. Exclude mushrooms, fresh legume pods, 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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