Are you ready?!  It's almost time to start eating!  ...but what are you going to eat this Thanksgiving, and in a month from now, at Christmas?      
Have a look all the way down at the bottom - I have a new gout diet recipe for you from
What To Eat For Gout

What do you look forward to the most in regard what to eat on these holidays?

Is it that ham with the pineapple and the turkey?  The sweet potato casserole or the mashed potatoes and gravy?  The creamed onions?  The oyster stuffing?  The homemade jellied cranberry sauce?  Peas and carrots?  The tossed green leaf lettuce salad with mandarin oranges in it?  The acorn squash with lots of butter and brown sugar?  What about those big, fluffy homemade muffins?!

No? Those aren't the the things you are looking forward to?  The ones that make you mouth water?  I didn't think so.  I know what you are thinking about...

Pecan pie!  Pumpkin pie!  With LOTS of fresh whipped cream!

If any of this stuff is going to give you gout, what do you think the most likely thing will be?

Before you answer that question, go check out this post and get a holiday eating game plan together!

What To Eat For Gout This Holiday Season!

Probably none of these foods we've mentioned, in and of themselves, is going to bring on the gout...if you are conscientious and careful about how much of any of them you are eating.

If those foods are coming from good, clean sources and prepared with loving hands, they are for the most part, nutrient dense foods that are going to serve your #killgout efforts fairly well.

The foods I want you to be careful with are the sugary ones (fructose converts to uric acid in the liver) and the ones high in oxalates - like spinach or sweet potatoes or beets.

If we are careful with our proportions and basically how much we eat, these foods are most likely going to help our gout killing health more than hurt it.

Do yourself a favor and go read this post.  I put a buttload (no pun intended!) of valuable information for you to ponder and help yourself stay out of the gout zone this holiday season!

Thank you!

PS:  Join the conversation over on The Gout Killer Facebook Page! 
(and...what are you breathing? not VIRUSES I hope! clean up your indoor air quality!

               All The Best,

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#28)  Coconut & Almond Flour Pecan Pancakes
Prep Time:  10 minutes       
Cook Time:  4 minutes
Serves:  2

  • ¼ cup organic coconut flour
  • ¼ cup organic almond flour
  • ½ tsp baking powder
  • 2 free-range eggs
  • ¼ cup organic coconut milk
  • ½ tsp vanilla extract
  • ¼ cup organic pecans (diced)
  • 2 tbsp pasture fed butter
  • Pinch of sea salt
  • Real maple syrup
  • 6 slices nitrate-free bacon
  • ½ cup organic strawberries (chopped)
  • ½ organic banana (sliced)
In a large skillet, start frying the bacon at medium heat.  Prep another large skillet at low heat for the pancakes. 

In a large bowl, mix all the dry ingredients until thoroughly mixed and smooth.  In another bowl – other than the strawberries & bananas – whisk all the wet ingredients together until smooth.  Slowly whisk the wet mix with dry mix until the batter is a smooth consistency. Now add the diced pecans. 

Drop a tsp or more of butter in the prepped skillet and turn to medium-high heat. (you can even use the leftover bacon grease in the other skillet, it adds a fantastic flavor)

Lay the finished bacon on a plate with a paper towel to blot the grease – that makes it crispier.

Drop ¼ cup dollops of the batter into the hot skillet and cook about a 1 minute on each side or until golden brown.

Plate the pancakes, slater generously with butter, pile on some strawberries and bananas, drizzle with maple syrup, grab some slices of bacon and this is the quintessential Sunday morning breakfast of Gout Killers!

For more nutrition information and gout diet recipes:
What To Eat For Gout
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