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Posted by: 20617 (Guest), Saturday, August 18, 2012, 6:07pm
I'm an O negative and gout has been a big problem. I'm not supposed to eat anything with purine--like red meats or fish, dried beans of peas of any type. Obviously this is a problem. Anyone with gout experience as an O?
Posted by: Kumar, Thursday, August 23, 2012, 10:34am; Reply: 1
I am not O but have enough experience with gout. I have a few advices to you:

1. Be sure what you are talking about is really a gout (not a pseudo-gout) which in my experience many O's complain of. All joint pains are not gouts as such. Gout is related to high level of uric acid, as some of the uric acid forms urate crystals. O's often have joint pains due to calcium deposits in joints, lectin deposit (from potatos, beans, egg plants, wheat products for example) or some other problems.

2. If what you have is really a gout, red meat might not be the culprit. I read recently that 70 percent of the uric acid in blood is made by the body and food contributes only 30 percent. The highest source of purine are organ meats and the level of purine in red meats is only comparable to that of some beans.

3. Read Q&A with Dr Peter on this webpage to understand the relation of red meat to gout among O's.

4. My experience is that gout is still not fully understood though they have already identified nine genes related to this problem!

This much this time.
Posted by: Tom Martens, Thursday, August 23, 2012, 12:23pm; Reply: 2
Eating right for your type is an anti inflammatory diet.

As mentioned, wheat, bread, pasta, dairy, potato, corn, pop or soda and pig products ate not your friend.

Gout is a way of your body telling you it's not getting what it needs.

You can think of Uric Acid as pollution.  Bad fuel into the cell, bad pollution out.
Posted by: 815 (Guest), Thursday, August 23, 2012, 12:58pm; Reply: 3
My dad was an AB and he had gout.
Posted by: Goldie, Thursday, August 23, 2012, 2:51pm; Reply: 4
I would go compliant, vegetables and meat and cherries to wash out the blood.. end of gout..

do it for three days and then reply to see how you feel..

by compliant I talk about Beneficials and better be it Super Beneficial or Diamond..only

I would be extremely surprised if you did not see great improvements..

Cherry juice can work also..

are you also diabetic? .... I would do the cherries any way ..  

sorry you are suffering.. if meat is not what you wish to eat for two days try it and see if it is enough to make it better, make broth out of it and drink it the broth.. if you cook the meat long enough the dogs will no longer eat it as all food value is in the liquid.. or change to any of these..

Beef #
Beef, Tongue
Bone Soup (allowable meats)
Buffalo, Bison #
Goat #
Lamb #
Marrow Soup
Mutton #
Rabbit #
Veal #

Cornish Hen
Guinea Hen
Ostrich #
Pheasant #
Squab #
Turkey #


Bass, Blue Gill
Bullhead #
Butterfish #
Carp #
Catfish #
Chub #
Cod #
Flounder #
Gray Sole #
Grouper #
Haddock #
Hake #
Halfmoon Fish
Halibut #
Harvest Fish #
Herring #
Mackerel, Atlantic #
Mahi-mahi #
Mullet #
Ocean Pout
Opaleye Fish #
Orange Roughy #
Perch #
Perch, Ocean #
Pickerel, Walleye #
Pike #
Red Snapper
Salmon, Atlantic, wild
Salmon, Chinook #
Salmon, Sockeye #
Sardine #
Scrod #
Snail, Escargot
Sole #
Sturgeon #
Sucker #
Sunfish, Pumpkinseed
Swordfish #
Tilapia #
Tilefish #
Trout, Rainbow, Wild #
Trout, Sea #
Trout, Steelhead, Wild #
Tuna, Bluefin #
Tuna, Skipjack #
Tuna, Yellowfin #
Turbot, European
Whitefish #
Whiting #
Yellowtail #

Egg White
Chicken #  
Egg White
Egg Whole,
Chicken # Egg Yolk
Posted by: cajun, Friday, August 24, 2012, 11:04pm; Reply: 5
My DH has had gout as did his dad. It usually really flares up when my hubby eats shellfish or corn. When he avoids these foods...and still eats red meat, fish and turkey...he doesn't have any gout symptoms!
Posted by: Lola, Saturday, August 25, 2012, 1:34am; Reply: 6
precisely! the O diet for Os is in fact an 'anti gout' diet!!! ;D
Posted by: Lola, Saturday, August 25, 2012, 1:40am; Reply: 7

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Posted by: Amazone I., Saturday, August 25, 2012, 10:29am; Reply: 8
I agree completely with Kumar here and we've to take our own responsability into our hands and go for the right type to eat doesn't bothers me anymore when MD's insist that even O's and B's should eat meatfree in case of gout... often I remarked... they are nonnies and have too much of wheat - even here gluten and gliadin can play a huge role in creating some bad reactions..... so far get tested onto what kind of food your body really is re-acting right now even diagnosed with gout and stop their intake then... it works wonders whithin hours !!! (smarty)(ok)(dance)...........
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