The diet in intestinal dysbiosis
Along with medication, an important role in the rapid restoration of normal work of the gastrointestinal tract plays a special
the diet in intestinal dysbiosis
the main provisions of which will be discussed in our article.
the Main rule of clinical nutrition is the fractional meal (at least 4 times a day). To sit at the table must be strictly at a specific time, avoiding too long between meals.
we Should abandon the habit to wash down the food during chewing, as any liquid to dilute the gastric juice, which complicates the process of digestion. Or need to drink 15 minutes before meals or 2 hours after.
Forbidden foods in the intestinal dysbiosis
depending on the symptoms, you must restrict the use of certain products. So, if dysbiosis is accompanied by an increased gas-formation, from the diet should exclude all foods that trigger fermentation. And if the list of symptoms include frequent loose stools, a ban is imposed on the consumption of food, stimulating the intestinal contractions (e.g., sour vegetables and fruits).
In all the phenomena of dysbiosis from the diet to exclude alcohol, pickles, smoked meat, mushrooms, spicy seasonings and spices, sweets, cold food, and any raw vegetables and vegetables with high content of essential oils (onion, garlic, radish, radish)
Products that help restore the normal intestinal microflora
For a speedy recovery, the diet must include a variety of fermented beverages, especially in enriched GE healthcare tissue culture media. The use of such drinks allows you to make the environment in the intestine suitable for the existence of normal microflora, and this, in turn, reduces symptoms of the disease.
In addition, the daily menu of the diet with intestinal dysbiosis should attend:
— dish of buckwheat, rice, corn, wheat, millet, sheep;
— boiled vegetables (carrot, zucchini, pumpkin, cauliflower, ripe tomatoes without skin);
— fruits and berries sour varieties (without skin);
— bread with bran;
— a decoction of rose hips;
— vegetable oil of high quality.