#1 Juice For Gout Sufferers

Gout is a form of arthritis marked by the deposition of monosodium urate crystals, also known as uric acid, in joints and other tissues. The uric acid is commonly deposited into the first joint of the big toe. Gout can be quite painful, and gout attacks can reoccur if not dealt with.

Primary Gout accounts for 90% of all cases. There are several possible genetic defects associated with this type of gout, which either increase uric acid synthesis or reduce the body’s ability to excrete uric acid. However, diet is also a major factor. A diet high in acid-forming foods and purine often contribute to gout.

Secondary Gout is a consequence of another condition that may elevate uric acid levels, such as certain cancers or chronic hemolytic anemia. Excess fructose consumption, for example from high fructose corn syrup, can also lead to uric acid buildup. Furthermore, other factors such as psoriasis, kidney disease, diuretic therapy, and low dose aspirin can also cause uric acid buildup.

Control Uric Acid Levels

There are certain foods that are excellent for controlling uric acid levels and reducing gout. Our juice recipes are a fantastic option to incorporate into your diet if you suffer from gout or high uric acid levels.

In order to reduce or eliminate gout, you should first work with a doctor or your primary health care physician to reduce uric acid levels. Get testing done to determine your levels, then make dietary and lifestyle changes in order to reduce levels.

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Dietary Suggestions

  • Eat a diet that is low in purine (avoid organ meats, shellfish, asparagus, mushrooms, and mussels)
  • Avoid isolated sources of fructose and the overconsumption of fructose
  • Eat an alkaline forming diet and avoid a diet that is overly acidic
  • Increase water intake to flush out excess uric acid
  • Eat a clean, whole foods diet and avoid processed foods

Lifestyle Suggestions

  • Treat candida
  • Try to lose excess weight
  • Get ample, regular, good quality sleep
  • Reduce stress and practice stress management

The #1 Juice For Gout

Specific juice recipes are wonderful for gout because they flush out excess uric acid, as well as alkalize the body, reduce inflammation, and act as a diuretic.

If you suffer from gout or high uric acid levels, try our Anti-Inflammatory Green Juice recipe for gout! I recommend drinking this juice regularly for a cleansing effect.

Anti-Inflammatory Green Juice


  • 2 large celery stalks
  • 1 medium cucumber
  • 1 lemon
  • 1 inch thumb of fresh ginger


  1. Run the ingredients through a juicer. A cold-press juicer is optimal, but you can still use a regular juicer if desired.
  2. Drink immediately.

Bonus Recipes

There are other anti-inflammatory juices that are excellent for gout as well. Try these bonus recipes and include a variety of these healthy juices in your diet.

Sweet Potato & Carrot Juice


  • 2 carrots
  • 1 medium sweet potato, skin removed
  • ½ cup fresh ripe pineapple
  • 1 inch thumb of fresh ginger


  1. Run the ingredients through a juicer. A cold-press juicer is optimal, but you can still use a regular juicer if desired.
  2. Drink immediately.

Pineapple Cherry Juice


  • 4 medium carrots
  • 1 cup cherries
  • ⅓ cup fresh ripe pineapple
  • 1 lemon


  1. Run the ingredients through a juicer. A cold-press juicer is optimal, but you can still use a regular juicer if desired.
  2. Drink immediately.

I also recommend drinking plain and unsweetened tart cherry juice which can be purchased from your local grocery store or health food shop.

Which Juice Is Bad For Gout?

Avoid juices that are high in fructose, as well as juices that are pro-inflammatory. Any juice with added sugars, or processed and artificial ingredients, should be avoided. Juices that contain mostly or only fruit, such as orange juice, can trigger gout, and should also be avoided.

Drinks that may aggravate gout, and should be avoided if possible, include:

  • Beer and other alcohol
  • Soft drinks and sodas
  • Drinks high in caffeine including coffee and energy drinks

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Kathy Chrzaszcz


Kathy Chrzaszcz


After years of feeling unwell and not finding success through conventional medical practices, I found my way to Holistic Nutrition, where I found success in balancing my life and health. I am incredibly passionate about the positive impacts of nutrition on individuals.

After working in the health food industry for years, I decided to take my passion of helping people through nutrition further and studied Holistic Nutrition at the Canadian School of Natural Nutrition in Mississauga, Canada.

Your feet put up with an awful lot on a day-to-day basis. But one of the things they’re not really made for is storing uric acid. Uric acid is a byproduct of the foods we eat -- mostly things like red meat, shellfish and alcohol. But in some people, too much of this acid can leave the body with nowhere to put it -- so it sticks it anywhere and everywhere it can find room.

The searing, throbbing pain can make it feel like you’re walking on red-hot nails, and it can be agonizing to stand, let alone try to walk! Fortunately, researchers have discovered a unique strategy they call the RAD Method to help ease the burning, stinging pain of high uric acid levels. Click here to learn how it works...