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Hi, My Dad has Uric Acid problem. His uric acid level came out to be 8. Yearly or within 2 years, he usually gets gout attack. Currently, he is having swelling, pain and redness in his knee. I wanted to know what vegetables and fruits are preferable for him which do not increase the uric acid level and which all vegetables/fruits he should basically avoid. Can you help with a proper diet chart to follow? Also, are mangoes preferable to eat in such condition?

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Hi... Uric acid of 8mg/dl is mild...he should have high purine diet,vegetables like asparagus,spinach,broccoli,beans,peas,cauliflower,lentils.. He should avoid eating meet.. With this uric acid levels will be low...
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