Dietary recommendations for inflammatory bowel disease

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1 high protein, high calorie foodEncourage more digestible high protein foods, such as meat, fish, tofu, etc., to prevent weight loss and en


1 high protein, high calorie food

Encourage more digestible high protein foods, such as meat, fish, tofu, etc., to prevent weight loss and enhance the resistance to help. When the body is deficient in protein, it slows down the rate of wound healing. If the poor appetite or severe weight loss, please consult a professional nutritionist doctor, suggested that some absorbed elements of formula milk.

2 enough liquid and water

Every day drinking 8 to 10 cups of liquid beverages (including boiling water, tea, fruit juice, dilute soup etc.), water to supplement the loss of diarrhea, prevent the happening of dehydration. But to avoid drinking alcohol, coffee and too greasy soup, reduce discomfort and stimulate the stomach, causing diarrhea. If the milk (lactose) dyspepsia patients, to reduce drinking or drinking milk; lactose free formula some milk, so as not to cause flatulence.

3 eat more meals

Best to eat 5 to 6 meals a day, do not eat too many times, so that the stomach is easy to digest, but also increase the intake of calories.

4 choose low residue foods

During the onset of disease, avoid the whole wheat bread, vegetables, beans, sweet potatoes, onions, green peppers, corn, broccoli, cauliflower, broccoli, celery, asparagus and other high fiber and gas production of food, and eating slowly to chew and swallow, low residue of food, this can let the bowel rest, reduce diarrhea and for the prevention of gastrointestinal discomfort caused by gas.

Of course, if the disease is under control, you can gradually return to eat high fiber foods, in order to prevent constipation. However, vegetables should try to cook soft, easy to stomach.

5 reduce stimulating food

Spicy foods can cause undesirable stimulation to the stomach, therefore, patients should avoid hot pepper, mustard, garlic, ginger and other food. If patients with fat malabsorption (such as fatty diarrhea), should limit the intake of fat, using less oil cooking methods and avoid eating fried food.

6 nutrition to improve intestinal health

Probiotics (such as lactic acid bacteria)

Help to improve the diarrhea and flatulence problems. Lactic acid bacteria lactic acid drinks and food including cheese, fermented foods such as sauerkraut etc.. Lactic acid bacteria secrete lactic acid to improve intestinal acidity, so that harmful bacteria are not easy to grow. In addition, lactic acid bacteria can promote intestinal peristalsis and defecation, accelerate the elimination of wastes and toxins, reduce the waste accumulated in the gut.

Omega-3 fatty acid

Is the chemical substance that has anti-inflammatory function, food sources include: Salmon, Tuna, walnuts, flaxseed, tofu etc.. However, if the excess supplement, but will cause abdominal pain, nausea, diarrhea and other intestinal problems.

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