Often called the "rich man's disease," there appears to be a link between eating lots of red meat and drinking liquor and beer that lead to an increased risk for gout. Although genetic factors may contribute to the condition, reducing the amount of meat, fish, dairy and alcohol in your diet could help reduce the number and severity of future gout attacks. It's possible that dietary changes could prevent gout altogether.
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