Champignons dans un régime contre la goutte.

Aimez-vous la viande mais devez-vous en réduire la consommation car vous souffrez de la goutte? Voici une idée! Remplacez la viande par des champignons! Oui, des champignons! Les champignons sont faibles en calories et aident à contrôler votre appétit. Les champignons sont un excellent aliment pour contrôler votre poids, ce qui est un avantage important pour les personnes souffrant de la goutte. À ce jour, il n'existe aucune preuve que les fruits, les légumes ou les champignons causent la goutte ou aggravent votre goutte. Si quelqu'un vous dit le contraire, méfiez-vous. Ils ne sont pas animés des meilleures intentions ou sont simplement confus.

Saviez-vous que sur les 140 000 espèces de champignons, la science n'en connaît que 10%? Bien que les champignons soient charnus, moelleux et juteux, ils ne peuvent pas vraiment remplacer la viande car une portion de 3 onces ne contient que 3 grammes de protéines, comparativement à 20 grammes de protéines que l'on peut obtenir avec une portion de 3 onces de poulet ou de boeuf. Les champignons Portobello sont considérés comme le steak végétarien, mais cela ne vous rassasiera pas longtemps.

Les champignons contiennent des bêta-glucanes, qui sont un type de glucide que l'on trouve dans les champignons et qui ont un fort pouvoir anti-inflammatoire qui peut aider à vous protéger contre la goutte. Ils sont une excellente source de vitamines B, de sélénium, de cuivre, de phosphore, de potassium, de zinc, de manganèse, de riboflavine, de niacine, d'ergothionéine qui est un puissant antioxydant et de nombreux autres vitamines et minéraux.

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Il n'y a pas d'études menées avec des champignons pour les personnes souffrant de la goutte, mais une étude a été réalisée avec des personnes souffrant d'arthrite rhumatoïde avec des champignons Reishi, également connus sous le nom de Ganoderma lucidum "le champignon de l'immortalité". Dans l'étude de 2007 publiée par l'Université de Hong Kong, les peptides polysaccharides dans le Reishi ont été trouvés pour "inhiber significativement la prolifération des fibroblastes synoviaux de l'arthrite rhumatoïde (RASF).

"Les champignons Reishi aident à réguler les cellules qui influencent le système immunitaire, aidant à calmer les cellules suractives qui affectent les troubles auto-immuns tels que polyarthrite rhumatoïde. N'oubliez pas que la goutte est également un trouble auto-immun. Vous pouvez consommer des champignons Reishi sous forme de gélules et / ou de thé.

Un autre champignon qui montre beaucoup de promesses est le Cordyceps, qui est depuis longtemps utilisé en médecine chinoise et aide à protéger votre foie et vos reins, à augmenter le flux sanguin, à normaliser les niveaux de cholestérol, ce qui est bon pour les personnes souffrant de la goutte et de l'arthrite rhumatoïde ayant des caractéristiques anti-inflammatoires extrêmement puissantes.

Une chose que les scientifiques commencent à reconnaître est que les champignons contiennent ce qu'ils considèrent comme un "antioxydant maître" appelé ergothionéine et qui est exclusif aux champignons, protégeant notre ADN contre les dommages oxydatifs.

À la fin de la journée, les champignons devraient être inclus dans votre régime alimentaire pour la goutte et vous devriez profiter d'un hamburger aux champignons de temps en temps. Évitez la viande !

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    22 replies to "Goutte et champignons"

    • Feelsbetternow

      I have eaten a lot of mushrooms in moo goo gai pan meals and had no problem with gout flare ups. But sugary pastries and muffins have caused so much pain from gout. Vitamin C and edible oils like virgin olive oil, walnut, sesame, avocado and such work wonders. I quit fried foods and now reversed my health back 20 years ago and feel great. Even spinach was said to be bad and it’s not. Watch the other refined oils and processed foods especially cold cuts, bacon, sausage, stuff like that.

    • Chris L.

      Whenever I eat Portobello mushrooms, I get a gout flare. Usually, I do not have meat along with them. It has happened the last half dozen times I’ve had Portobello mushrooms, and they are the only type of mushroom that seems to cause the issue. Granted, when one eats these in a dish they tend to be a meat substitute so the quantity is greater than in mushroom dishes where the mushrooms are not the main attraction. That’s my personal experience.

    • james

      Thank you Spiro for your very informative information, I really love mushrooms and I didn’t want to have to stop eating them.

    • James

      Is shitake(lentinus edodes) safe? Many persons said gouter should avoid it due having too much purine.

      • Spiro Koulouris

        I eat them and never had any issues. Again in moderation of course. Usually mushrooms are accompanied with meat related dishes and recipes and that is why they get a bad rap. Eat them in a vegetarian diet and they will not bother you.

      • Marcello Pecche nino

        Shitake are ok its the straw white caps that you have to watch out for.

    • Roger Weppler

      Thanks for that I’m going to try radishes and mushrooms in my diet. Other so called experts say you should avoid them. The best thing thats helped me is vitamin C and especially theracurmin.

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      • Charlie K

        I’m Charlie K.
        I start getting gout flare since May of 2022. I change diet. What kind food that causes gout flare? Some say, can’t have that with gout and some say you can. Im so confuse. I been drinking black been juice and sweet potato leaves juice, same to stop to the gout flare.


      Can anybody suggest medicine like pain killer etc., as I am suffering from knee joint pain, which is unbearable.

      • Spiro Koulouris

        You can try our topical pain relief cream, if not pain killers you can take are ibuprofen, NSAIDs or colchicine but that needs to be prescribed by your doctor.

        Good luck!

    • Marie

      I don’t know which mushrooms are used for mushroom powder, but from experience, even a pinch of mushroom powder results in pain for me. 🙁

    • Hamid


      I have used mushrooms several nights ago as a dinner which I faced a bad and horrible gout attack, that was my experience about using mushrooms.

    • Bill

      Thanks for the great info. I too am afflicted by gout and have a genetic predisposition. My first acute attack was brought on by over indulging in shiitake mushrooms. I was eating a pan full of shiitake a day, every day for a few weeks before my gout flared up and drove me to the doctor. I know my story doesn’t represent a balanced diet or moderate mushroom intake, but I did want to share my experience.
      The question I would like to ask is there a direct relationship between the quantity of purine rich foods and the formation of uric acid? What I’m trying to get at, is it foolish for me to eliminate the pinch of reishi mushroom i consume as tea? It probably weighs less than a gram and, as you point out above, has remarkable healing properties. Additionally, I’m sure that my reishi tea helps me hydrate. I’m currently experiencing a mild recurrence of gout so I’ve stopped consuming beer, figs, & reishi.

      • Spiro Koulouris

        Hi Bill!

        In general the more purines you consume the more the likelihood of worsening your gout but purines from vegetables are not considered the same as purines from meat. And a pinch of reishi mushroom that you consume as a tea will not directly cause any flares or gout attacks.

    • Veronica Houk

      Oh this is good news! I was hoping to be able to replace some meat with mushrooms but was afraid to since I hear mushrooms were on the “do not eat” list! Thank you so much!!

    • Shirley Bennett

      I am so confused.Some people say do not eat mushrooms other say it’s okay.
      Please help me.

      • Spiro Koulouris

        Eat them! Do not worry, purines in vegetables are not high enought to make a dent towards your uric acid levels.

    • Peter

      Very interesting Spiro although one your earlier posts, “Gout and Purines” includes mushrooms in a middle group of foods that contain relatively high levels of purines. It is good to know that I don’t have to avoid mushrooms. I often use them to cook with together with meats, so was wondering whether I should stop using them.

      • Spiro Koulouris

        The purine content found in mushrooms won’t do anything to move the needle on raising uric acid levels, it’s still relatively low, remember every food has purines but it’s the animal proteins or meat that are the real culprits as well as foods that are high in sugar, high fructorse corn syrup and preservatives.

        • William

          Hey Spiro, internet can be dangerous, look what I just found, unbelievable:
          Shrimp, lobster, eel, and crab are safer seafood choices for patients with gout. Asparagus, cauliflower, spinach, and mushrooms are high in purines, so patients with gout should not consume large amounts of these foods.Nov 17, 2015
          4 Foods and Drinks Gout Patients Should Avoid – Pharmacy Times
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          • Spiro Koulouris

            Yeah there are many websites that just spit out content for other purposes then educating and helping people. It’s more for ad revenue, SEO link building and other marketing reasons to earn money on unresearched content.The goal is to spit it out fast.So you have to be careful what you read and back it up!

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