8 Gout-Causing Foods

If you're prone to gout, the foods you eat, and don't eat, play a key role in keeping your joints pain-free.
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Turkey

Turkey and goose are higher in purines than other types of food, so it's best to avoid them. And gout-prone people should also keep their intake of wild game to a minimum.

Chicken and duck are the safest choices, according to Dr. Zashin. However, leg meat is a better choice than a chicken breast with skin.

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