Prevent painful gout attacks by watching what you eat
DEAR DOCTOR K: Could my diet be triggering my gout? If so, what foods and beverages should I avoid to prevent future episodes?
DEAR READER: Your diet absolutely can trigger attacks of gout. As you know all too well, gout causes redness, swelling and extreme tenderness in one or more joints. Very often the attack occurs in the big toe, and when an attack hits, it really hurts. I know from personal experience: I have gout.
Some people have gout attacks every few weeks. Others go years between attacks.
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