Re: Low/No Purine Recipes (ie Gout Diet) I need Vegan help!
Although it is hard to budget, my doctor told me that studies show that free range chicken (and beef) has much lower puric acid than regular meats. They don't really know why, but the levels are very different. I always look for manager's specials on free range meats, and although I am a chicken breast lover, I often pick up the cheaper skinless, boneless chicken thighs. I find that Kroger usually gives me a coupon toward my next purchase every time I buy free range chicken too. Eating almost all free range meat has helped me. I do not have gout, but I do have some arthritis that was aggravated by the puric acid.