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A 60-year-old male asked:

i have gout, can i eat broccoli rabe?

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Dr. Kenneth Merriman
Orthopedic Surgery 47 years experience
Yes: I am not quite sure what the rabe means but as far as broccoli is concerned that should not be a problem re gout it is organ meats / meat in general and beans that seem to stir things up lentals are ok diet control for gout is a bit challenging but mostly means limiting the above food articles and checking the uric acid levels broccolirabe is realted to turnips you eat the greens.
Dr. Arnold Beresh
Podiatry 41 years experience
Yes: It should not be a problem.

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Is broccoli rabe ok if you have gout?

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Dr. Devon Glazer
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Gout : The uric acid in broccoli is a little higher than some other veggies, which could cause it. Ultimately most gout patients find their trigger, and then avoid it.

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