Vegetables that are rich in magnesium can help relieving gout symptoms, according to UMMC. Consumption of some special types of foods and vegetables can help increase your intake of magnesium. Vegetables like spinach, okra, potatoes, and Swiss chard. If you include those vegetables in your daily recipes then it can help increase the intake of magnesium significantly and hence reduce gout symptoms and gout risk.
Vitamin C Rich Vegetables
As Vitamin C can help reduce uric acid level in your blood and can reduce or control symptoms of gout. You can get vitamin C through the intake of lemon, strawberry, green vegetables. Vitamin C can help dissolve the crystals buildup caused by the uric acid.
However, as they say “everything excess is bad” excessive amounts of vitamin C may increase uric acid level in your body and therefore can have the negative effect and resulting the more symptoms of gout attacks. Consult your doctor about whether this vitamin supplement can be helpful for you.
Fiber Rich Vegetables
According to the University of Maryland Medical Center eating fiber rich foods can help relieve painful gout symptoms. Fiber high vegetables include root vegetables, such as potatoes, yams, squash, parsnips, rutabagas, beets, radishes and turnips. Other fiber-rich sources include dark, leafy greens such as spinach and broccoli and also kale.
If you include those above mentioned vegetables that are high in fiber in your daily recipes then it can significantly increase the amount of fiber in your body and thus can alleviate the gout symptoms.