Friday, February 17, 2012

Cure your gastritis with herbal remedies-what to avoid and what to eat

If you suffer from gastritis or gastric ulcer, it is advisable to observe the following:Eat 3 meals (breakfast, lunch, dinner) and 2 to 3 snacks in between, during the day about every 3 hours. Avoid long periods of fasting and a large quantity of mealsEat slowly and chew food well

Do not eat standing up and spend some time in the consumption of each mealTry to eat the last meal of the day 2 to 3 hours before bedtimeMinimise consumption of coffee and caffeinated drinks, like sodaMinimise consumption of citrus fruits and their products, and the consumption of tomato products

Include a protein source (even in small quantities) at all meals (milk, yogurt or low fat cheese, egg)Using supplements omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids on the advice of-Clinical dietitian or your doctor.                                                                  
 Foods that can cause discomfort

Grains and Starchy
Croissants, chocolate cookies, chocolate cereal, cereal with dried fruit, bread with seeds
Breadsticks with sesame seeds or
Nut or sesame seeds
All Bran cereal high in fiber
Brown or wild rice
Crisps and nuts

Raw green vegetables and tomatoes
Broccoli, cabbage, onions, cauliflower, cucumber, peppers, arugula, iceberg

Lemon, grapefruit frouit, pineapple, orange, tangerine, strawberry, berries, figs, prunes
citrus juices

Whole milkchocolate milk
sour cream
Evaporated milk, whipped cream
Cheese with fat by 15% and above

Meat Group (substitutes)
Beef and pork fat, sausage, sausages, ham, smoked meats
Fried meats or meat with fat sauce

And fatty snacks
Sauces and dressings high in fat
Biscuits, chocolates, cakes with cream, chewing gum, candies
All sweets containing nuts

Coffee, soft drinks, tea contains caffeine
Garlic, chilli, pepper, pickles

Preferred Foods
Grains and Starchy
Rye bread or whole wheat seeded, white bread or toast, Arabic or Greek pita bread and baked goods without adding fat
Whole grains without chocolate
Rice, pastaboiled potatoes
Crackers and low fat biscuits without seeds

Boiled vegetables and some raw (no greens and tomatoes) in small quantities

Apple, pear or other non-citrus fruits in small quantities

Milk and low fat yogurt
Yellow fat cheeses with less than 12%
Cottage cheese
Meat Group (substitutes)
All soft lean meats: poultry, beef tenderloin, tenderloin
Fish (except very oily-salmon-bream)
Eggs (up to 3 yolks / wk.) Soups
Fat-free soups without meat and spices

Fatty snacks and
Low-fat sauce (yogurt and cheese low fat)
Margarine, vegetable sterols
Sugar, honey, jelly, jam without seeds
Low-fat cakes without chocolate

Salt, herbs
Ketchup and mustard

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