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When you have gout you must stick to a low protein diet. This diet excludes large amounts of fish, red meat, dark meat, and other seafood. You also must avoid foods with purines, such as cauliflower, spinach, mushrooms, radishes, and asparagus, which increase uric acid in the bloodstream, that causes joint pain.


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