The latest scientific research suggests high uric acid levels are only 10% caused by diet and the other 90% due to the body’s inability to break it down.
So… Huel is probably not the cause.
My gran swore by cherry juice to help reduce her gout symptoms. Not sure if it worked.
I’d suggest adding turmeric into your diet daily as it’s a powerful anti inflammatory. But preferably not in the form as a hot curry as the chilli will exacerbate things!
If you don’t mind the taste, try grated fresh turmeric or a 1/2 tsp ground dry turmeric in a little cup of hot water.
If you find that gross, try making coconut (or any other milk) chai, using cinnamon, turmeric, ginger, tiny bit black pepper, cardamom, cloves and a little manuka honey for sweetness.
Modify / omit any of those ingredients to your own personal taste. It’s an Ayurvedic recipe that will help with any painful inflammatory condition. And it’s delicious I sometimes use this recipe to make my U/U Huel