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    Dorian Kramer

    I have seen some mentions here and there about some cheeses good for gout and aged cheese or hard cheese bad, can anyone clarify. Also in reference to the vitamin c discussion there was one recent study with a smaller sample that said it had no difference, can anyone comment on that as well

    Keith Taylor

    In theory, cheese should be good for gout, as a source of protein without purines from animal flesh. However, single foods are always difficult to discuss in relation to gout. Total diet affects gout, and individual food items should not normally be significant enough to worry about.

    Can you link to the information sources that you mention?

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