What To Exclude From The Diet With A Stomach Ulcer?

Marko Balašević Author: Marko Balašević Time for reading: ~3 minutes Last Updated: October 11, 2022
What To Exclude From The Diet With A Stomach Ulcer?

10% of Ukrainians suffer from stomach ulcers. What foods should be excluded from the diet? How to eat right to feel good?

10% of Ukrainians suffer from stomach ulcers. What foods should be excluded from the diet? How to eat right to feel good?

Gastric and duodenal ulcer is a very common disease in the modern world. According to statistical data, 6-14% of the country's population suffers from stomach ulcers, 10% of Ukrainians. The appearance of an ulcer can be caused by a number of reasons: eating disorders, eating in a hurry, dry food, alcohol, smoking, taking medical drugs, vitamin deficiency, lack of sleep, depression and nervous stress.

Ulcer symptoms depend on the age of the person and the location of the ulcer. The main symptom of a stomach ulcer is a sharp pain "under the spoon" that occurs after eating, as well as acid belching, heartburn, nausea (often accompanied by vomiting), weight loss. People suffering from peptic ulcers should know what foods they should avoid.

What is important to know?

 

If a person suffers from a stomach ulcer, he must follow the basic rules of eating and cooking. You should eat food in a mashed form, which does not need to be chewed for a long time and to avoid irritation of the stomach walls. It is necessary to remember that you need to eat often, approximately every 3-4 hours, but not abundantly. You should not eat too cold or too hot food, the optimal food temperature should be warm. It is necessary to limit the consumption of salt, products containing carbohydrates (sugar, honey), products containing fats. Foods such as cabbage broth, fish or meat broths should not be included in the diet. It is best to steam or boil food.

 

Exclude!

In the case of an ulcer, it is necessary to exclude dishes, products and drinks that stimulate strong secretion, such as dishes from fatty meat and fish, fried food, spices, spices, ketchup, mayonnaise, alcohol, strong tea and coffee, smoked meats, sausages, canned food, spicy dishes. You should give up coarse fiber, which irritates the walls of the stomach. It is necessary to abandon products containing coarse fibers: vegetables, such as turnips, radishes, green beans and peas, asparagus, unripe fruits of vegetables and fruits, bread made from coarsely ground flour.

Balance is first of all

With all the restrictions, nutrition should remain balanced and be rich in nutrients and substances, proteins, fats, carbohydrates. The diet should be filled with a variety of products containing both plant food and animal fat.

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If you have a stomach ulcer, you should eat as much liquid and porridge-like dishes as possible. It is best to eat food that is quickly processed and removed from the body. Fats take the longest to digest. The diet for a stomach ulcer should consist of liquid porridge, vegetable soups, boiled meat and fish, milk and dairy products, hard-boiled eggs, vegetable oils, jelly, jelly, alkaline water (without carbon dioxide content).

If peptic ulcer is severe, severe pain appears, then you need to follow a special diet. The diet is designed for 2 days, the amount is taken approximately, the number of products can be increased or decreased depending on how you feel.

 

Diet recommended for stomach ulcer:

First day

Breakfast: sandwich (white wheat bread with butter) - 1 slice, 100 g of yogurt, 200 ml of mineral water without gas.

Second breakfast: 2 hard-boiled eggs, 150 g of rice, 100 g of fruit puree, 200 ml of milk.

Lunch: 250 ml of chicken soup, 1 cutlet, 100 g of pasta, 1 slice of white bread, 100 g of fruit souffle, 3 pcs. dried apricots (soaked in water); 200 ml - milk.

Noon: steam cutlets - 150 g, mashed potatoes - 150 g, 1 slice of white wheat bread, raisins soaked in water - 40 g, 200 ml of rosehip decoction.

Dinner: 150 g of boiled beef, 2 hard-boiled eggs, 150 g of vegetable salad, 1 slice of white bread, fruit jelly - 100 g, 200 ml of milk.

Second day

Breakfast: 1 slice of bread with butter, 200 ml of mineral water without gas.

Second breakfast: steam omelet from 2 eggs, 150 g of semolina, 200 ml of tea.

Lunch: 300 ml of vegetable soup, 150 g of beef meatballs, 100 g of green peas, 100 g of potatoes in a jacket, 1 slice of white bread, 100 g of fruit jelly, 200 ml of tea.

 

Noon: 200 g of oatmeal, 1 slice of white bread, 200 ml of milk

Dinner: 150 g of boiled fish, 100 g of vegetable puree, 1 hard-boiled egg, 1 slice of white bread, 200 ml of milk.

 
 

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