Beef, lamb, and pork are high in purines, which can increase uric acid production.
Liver, kidney, and other organ meats are very high in purines.
Certain types of seafood like anchovies, sardines, mussels, herring, and scallops are rich in purines.
Found in many processed foods and sugary beverages, high-fructose corn syrup can increase uric acid levels.
Beer, in particular, is associated with an increased risk of gout due to its high purine content and ability to interfere with uric acid excretion.
Beverages sweetened with sugar or high-fructose corn syrup can raise uric acid levels.
Many processed foods are high in purines, preservatives, and additives that can contribute to higher uric acid levels.
While most vegetables are low in purines, some like asparagus, cauliflower, spinach, and mushrooms have moderate levels and may need to be limited.