The Mediterranean Diet emphasizes a high consumption of fruits, vegetables, whole grains, legumes, and nuts, along with olive oil as a primary source of fat. This diet is good for the heart because it emphasizes fresh and less processed foods, along with lean proteins. The diet not only lowers the risk of cardiovascular diseases, but also helps with blood sugar, blood pressure, gout and cholesterol levels.

How is the Mediterranean Diet good for gout?

The Mediterranean Diet is highly recommend for gout sufferers because it includes whole foods that are low in purines. These foods result in reduced uric acid production, decreasing the risk of gout. Many meals from the Mediterranean Diet are gout-friendly recipes.

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