¡Un plátano al día mantiene la gota alejada!

Los plátanos tienen su origen en el sudeste asiático, particularmente en Malasia, hace aproximadamente 4000 años, luego se extendieron a las Filipinas y la India. Hoy en día, las Américas son los mayores productores de plátanos, traídos aquí por exploradores portugueses, y se cultivan principalmente en Brasil, Costa Rica y México. Los plátanos son un tipo único de fruta que tiene una pulpa cremosa, firme pero dulce, y se pueden cosechar durante todo el año.

Una banana tiene aproximadamente 105 calorías y es baja en azúcar pero muy rica en vitaminas B6, vitamina C, fibra, magnesio, ácido fólico y potasio; lo cual es muy beneficioso para quienes padecen de gota y debería formar parte de su dieta diaria. Personalmente, como una banana al día sin falta. Las bananas son una de las mejores fuentes de potasio, ya que contienen más de 400 mg de potasio. y solo 1 mg de sodio. Pueden ayudarte a mantener una presión arterial normal, la función del corazón y favorecer niveles saludables de ácido úrico.

Las bananas pueden ayudar a convertir el ácido úrico en forma líquida, lo cual puede ser filtrado por los riñones y excretado a través de la orina, lo que ayuda a evitar la cristalización en las articulaciones y los síntomas de la gota. Además, una banana contiene aproximadamente 24 mcg de folato o ácido fólico, que también puede ayudar a controlar los niveles de ácido úrico y reparar tejidos dañados en las articulaciones. Además, contienen aproximadamente 10.3 mg de vitamina C, lo cual también puede ayudar a mantener niveles saludables de ácido úrico y aliviar los síntomas de la gota..

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¡Un plan de dieta para la gota es fundamental!

Sin embargo, las bananas no pueden vencer a la gota por sí solas. una dieta para la gota que consista en frutas frescas, verduras, cereales integrales, baja en proteínas/purinas y baja en grasas ¡Es clave! Conozco a algunos pacientes de gota que afirman haber consumido alrededor de 8 bananas al día durante 3-4 días durante un ataque de gota para aliviar los síntomas y han confirmado que funciona rápidamente. Sin embargo, asegúrate de comer al menos una banana al día para ayudar a controlar los niveles de ácido úrico y evitar esos dolorosos ataques de gota. Además, cabe mencionar que las bananas también son de naturaleza alcalina.

Para consumir las bananas de la mejor manera, asegúrate de que estén completamente maduras para beneficiarte de la mayor cantidad de antioxidantes. Investigaciones realizadas por la Universidad de Innsbruck en Austria han demostrado que la fruta que está completamente madura, casi en el punto de descomposición, tiene la concentración más alta de antioxidantes, y los niveles realmente aumentan a medida que madura.

Una de mis formas favoritas de comer una banana es con mantequilla de maní y 2 rebanadas de pan integral, como un sándwich de mantequilla de maní y banana. Este era el plato favorito de Elvis y se considera ampliamente una comida reconfortante para niños y adultos. Algunos incluso añaden miel al sándwich para endulzarlo. También añado plátano avena a veces para el desayuno o simplemente como una fruta. En algunos países, especialmente en las islas del Caribe, a las bananas utilizadas para cocinar se les puede llamar plátanos, y es delicioso cuando se hornea en el horno. Sea cual sea la forma en que te guste comerlo, asegúrate de incluirlo en tu lista de compras cada semana.

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    44 replies to "Gota y Plátanos"

    • Gadebe Assem

      Je suis un Canadien âgé de 54 ans je souffre de goutte j’ai pris Colchichine et allupurinol depuis 5 ans mais je fais toujours de crise. Je ne mange pas de viande, mais je prends quelques fois un à deux verres de vin. C’est ce qui fait que je connais toujours ces crises? Aussi, je suis pêcheur je mange assez de poisson carpe ces poissons ne sont-ils pas à l’origine des crises de goutte qui me dérangent deux à trois fois dans un moi. SVP répondez moi

      • Spiro Koulouris

        Au debut des fois c’est normal de effectuez des crises parce que les crystaux fondrent. Essaye d’arrêter de boire de l’alcool pour les prochains mois and essay de limitez la viande et le poisson, pas besoin de manger plus que 4 a 6 onces par jour.

    • Irene

      Hi, I suffered back pain when I was 18 yrs old and now I’m 23 but I didn’t notice that as time goes by my joints and fingers are aching. I thought it was an ordinary pain, then yesterday I found out that I have a high uric acid in my laboratory test, may I ask if bananas are good to lower my uric acid? so that I will add it on my diet plan. Thank you!

      • Spiro Koulouris

        Hi Irene!

        Did you read the article? Bananas are fine in a gout diet. I have one every other day.

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    • Rob

      I eat 6 bananas a day, my diet consists of salads and chicken and a few eggs on the weekend. I’m on 300mg of allopurinol a day and suffer from attacks all the time, don’t drink, don’t smoke, no pork or red meats. I wish the doc could figure this out, had this since I was 26. I’m 49 now.

      • Spiro Koulouris

        Hi Rob!

        If your doctor can’t figure it out, seek the advice of 2 qualified rheumatologists instead, specialists in arthritic conditions like gout. See what they say and take it from there. Sounds that you might need to increase your allopurinol dosage.

        • Camilla

          High fructrose and sugar and caffeine cause gout, as well. It’s not only one thing that can throw the body off balance.
          I’m in the same boat as you.
          Take a fast from all sugars, fruits, and caffeine for a week and do a baking soda flush with lemons or limes(0 fructrose)
          then add LOW fructrose fruit, slowly.

      • Glen Fuller

        You may want to check out a-c carbide by Standard Process. It is designed specifically for anything kidney related.

    • Marvin

      Hi Spiro,

      I had my first flare attack in 2014, was so unbearable that I had to go to the ER. Took some meds and went well, now it’s 2018 and all of a sudden I had a flare attack again. But this time took no meds and just overdose myself with vitamin C (3grams /day) and lots of water, Cherries and Celery too helped a lot in reducing the swelling and pain… thanks for your site.

    • Sean

      What’s up Spiro!

      My name is Sean and im very excited following your program.Thank you for the new new ebook!!! I was on a regiment no or very low sugar period, well in staying with that but im going to do your. 1 banana a day will keep gout away. That’s the highest sugar source for me.

      I’m still reading the program and will probably have more questions. Thank you Spiro and have a great day!!!

      • Spiro Koulouris

        No problem Sean and welcome aboard!!

      • Keitha

        Thank you so much for all the helpful advice on gout.

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    • Angelo

      Spiro, I learned so much from this website since I had my first gout attack. I was limping from the car all the way to the doctor thinking it was simply a sprain. The more I read about it the more it hit me that this is a lifelong journey and that nobody else is responsible for my well being but me.

      Anyhow, I guess what you have in the ebook is more informational than the website. Is there any chance for production of an actual book? Could be really useful on days where I don’t know what food to prepare based on what’s available


      • Spiro Koulouris

        Hi Angelo!

        Yes my book is also available on Amazon.

        Thanks for your comment!

    • Harry


      I’ve now had the stiff ankle for the last 10 days. It sometimes gets slightly better then start to hurt again. I am taking Naproxen and have been drinking 3 litres of water a day. I have been taking sodium bicarbonate. Is there anything else you can suggest please. I haven’t touched meat for the last 7 days or alcohol.

      I’ve tried sodium bicarbonate. I am eating brown pasta, potatoes, brown rice every day. Bananas. Apples. 2 cups cofee.


      • Spiro Koulouris

        Hi Harry!

        We are all different. If your condition is worse or at a higher degree compared to somebody else, then it’s very possible that there’s nothing more that you can do diet-wise. Go see your doctor and see what he/she recommends. The truth is you must always continue to eat well as you are doing cause you don’t want to complicate your gout with other related diseases that you are at a higher risk of developing like diabetes, kidney stones, heart disease etc…

    • Harry


      I’m in the middle of a gout attack and was wondering what can I eat. I had some chicken yesterday and it seemed my ankle really swell up even more.


      • Spiro Koulouris

        Hi Harry!

        You want to eat more vegetables, whole grain breads, whole grain rice or pasta and drink only water. These are foods that won’t stress your liver and kidneys that much and burn clean. Water is key to flush uric acid as much as possible.

    • Harry

      I am in the middle of a gout attack on my right heel. It’s painful but I can walk. I have had tumeric and water on an empty stomach. Then I had acv with warm water hour later. Followed by sodium bicarbonate. I’ve had 3 bananas and pineapple.
      What else can I eat while on a attack. Please can you also tell me what else I can eat for the pain to subside.
      I had a lot of processed meat last week while on holiday and 2 days ago my pain started. I firstly blamed it on a sweet potato I had but I have read sweet potatoes are good. Is this correct.

      I appreciate all your help.


      • Spiro Koulouris

        Hi Harry!

        Thank you for your comment!

        Yes the processed meat sounds like the likely culprit for your attack. As for sweet potatoe, not really, it is a vegetable.

        Check out my post of natural gout home remedies and implement whatever you like.

    • michael

      I have had gout for many years, my doctor put me on allopurinol one tablet a day but I still had some bad attacks, I decided to try taking 2 tablets on one day and one the next day, I kept this up and have never had another attack, my doctor was ok about me doing this and he prescribed the extra tablets for although I’m sure he didn’t like me self prescribing, I think sometimes you just have to think for yourself.

    • Paul

      I get a gout attack every 5 years, want to
      Know the secret?? 30 to 50 Mg of protein a day, no more than that. Cherries , ripe bananas 4 a day.

    • Gregory Faith

      I was diagnosed with chronic gout three years ago and fell into the doctors pill regiment. The one pill that I will never go without is the one that removes the crystals once they have formed. My attacks are now fewer each year.

      I am on the Caveman diet and watch what I eat on a regular basis. Bananas are around once in a while and I intend on keeping them around more often than not these days.

      • Mike D

        What drug removes crystals once they form?

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    • Jenny

      A banana is a great snack and works well to eat after a workout session.

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    • Maev

      I like banana sandwiches on rye with Organic Peanut Coconut Spread …it is a bit thinner than normal peanut butter..but to die for…
      Ingredients:..Just Pure Organic Coconut and Peanuts…

    • Steve

      I suffered with gout for many years, however; I haven’t had an attack in about 2 years. I stopped taking allopurinol and drinking ginger ale. I repaced my two to three glasses of ginger ale per day with water. Also, I eat at least one banana a day. Mt diet hasn’t changed as I eat high purine foods in moderation. Love those cherries…but..the washroom calls.
      Found a book online a few years ago that was very helpful.

      • Dave

        Beware Steve! I was in the same boat as you…last attack I had was over 2 years ago…brought on by a steak and lobster fest.

        I am fit, slim, don’t smoke, exercise, and watch what I eat/drink. For no known reason, except that perhaps I had stop taking my daily 200mg Allopurinol about 2 months prior, I had a flare-up. I had stressed my big toe while working..banged it up a bit..but nothing else I can think of that could contribute.

        My big toe joint suffered 40+years of soccer, and one 12v battery being dropped on it about 35 years ago..ya..ow. Like my doc said…i’m now paying the arthritic price.

    • David E Johnson

      Do ripened bananas have more sugar/fructose?

      • Spiro Koulouris

        Yes David! But even still, the sugar/fructose from fruit in general is metabolized better compared to other foods.

    • Dwayne

      How about eating bananas with Nutella?

      Is chocolate bad too?

      • Spiro Koulouris

        Nutella is full of sugar and it can aggravate your gout. See my post on sugar –>https://goutandyou.com/sugar-fructose-high-fructose-corn-syrup-and-gout/

        • Ranjeet singh

          Hello sir, I have acid I took so many pills but not help me n I working at gas station whole day stand job so at night it’s deadly pain in my foots some me that it’s gout or some uric acid before I got my blood report it’s said that it’s uric can tell how I can treat myself

          • Spiro Koulouris

            Hi Ranjeet!

            Go visit your doctor as soon as possible, all I can offer you is dietary and lifestyle advice which you can find here on this website and in my book.

          • Henri

            Hi Ranjeet,

            If your uric acid is in the 8 or higher range, do take colchicine (reduces inflammation, stop it when pain subsides) and 2 allopurinol tablets 2 x per day which reduces uric acid. Afterwards reduce to 2 allopurinol in the morning before meal. Put your feet up, and maybe buy a tube of voltaren gel. You, like I, live in Asia, where we can self-medicate from the pharmacy. Eat sensible, get turmeric powder and mix that with some milk or coconut milk, it will provide relief. Be well !

    • Richard

      I use Brggs organic .non filtered AC with mother for gout..2 tbs in water twice a day..it really works…also soak a tissue in AC place on sore joint for 10 min…amazing relief

    • Jose

      had gout flare ups 4 episodes within 4 months

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