Gout is a result of too much uric acid in your blood. Uric acid buildup usually is a sign that your kidneys aren't cleaning our your blood as well they should. Over time, this excess uric acid forms crystals between your joint spaces causing excruciating pain.
There are many foods that promote uric acid buildup and should be avoided. The most common are: alcohol, anchovies, peas, poultry, dark greens vegetables, dried fruits, fish, mushrooms, herring, meat gravies, broth, bouillon, mussels, sardines, red meats, processed meats, fried foods, caffeine, beans, lentils, eggs, oatmeal, and low doses of aspirin.
Wahhh...if liddat wat to eat???
ONE THING I CAN DESCRIBE ABT GHOUT!!...
ITS REALLY HURT LIKE HELL
ps: sorry for the nails.....hehehe this 2 weeks too busy with my job!