Stomach is not good, 8 kinds of food to eat carefully

  Loss of appetite, bitter taste, belching, acid reflux, heartburn… More and more people are suffering from digestive tract diseases. For people with gastrointestinal diseases, in addition to active treatment as prescribed by a doctor, the following foods that are likely to cause gastrointestinal discomfort should also be eaten with caution.
  1. Whole grains. Including corn, purple rice, sorghum, oats, buckwheat, wheat bran and various dry beans, such as green beans, red beans, mung beans, etc.
  Coarse grains are rich in dietary fiber. If people with weak digestive function eat too much coarse grains, they are prone to epigastric distention, and in severe cases, it may even cause critical situations such as intestinal obstruction. Especially at dinner, if you eat too much whole grains, when you lie down and sleep at night, gastric emptying is significantly delayed, and gastroesophageal reflux is prone to occur. If the doctor’s assessment shows that the condition is still able to tolerate coarse grains, you can gradually try coarse grains in small amounts.
  2. Sweets. Including high-sugar pastries, biscuits, candies, and some dishes such as sweet and sour pork loin, and sweet potatoes, etc., eating a lot of sweets will stimulate the gastric mucosa, trigger a large secretion of gastric acid, and aggravate or induce the symptoms of acid reflux and heartburn.
  3. Fruits with higher acidity. Fruits with high acidity such as lemons, oranges, hawthorns, plums, and kiwis contain a lot of organic acids. Excessive consumption will stimulate the stomach, induce acid reflux, heartburn and other discomforts, and may aggravate gastric ulcers in severe cases.
  4. Strong tea and coffee. Drinking a lot of caffeinated beverages or foods such as strong tea and coffee will cause the sphincter at the lower end of the esophagus to relax, which may easily cause or aggravate problems such as gastroesophageal reflux.
  5. Congee and soup with rice. Porridge contains more water, which will dilute stomach acid and affect digestion. People with a bad stomach should control the amount of porridge they eat, and they should not only drink porridge. They should try to choose other easily digestible and absorbable foods to eat together, and eat slowly.
  In addition, soup and rice should not be eaten too much. Eating soaked rice not only does not nourish the stomach, but also damages the stomach. When eating soup with rice, the rice grains often enter the stomach without chewing well, which will also increase the burden on the gastrointestinal tract.
  6. Fatty meat. Fat not only damages the function of the lower esophageal sphincter, but also impairs gastric motility, slows gastric emptying, causes food to stay in the stomach longer, and aggravates the symptoms of stomach discomfort.
  7. Fried food. Fried food is not easy to digest and stays in the stomach for a long time, which is prone to stomach fullness. In addition, at this time, the stomach will automatically secrete more gastric acid to help digestion. When there is too much gastric acid in the stomach, it is easy to reflux into the esophagus, thereby increasing the risk of gastric acid reflux.
  8. Carbonated drinks. Carbonated drinks are irritating to the gastrointestinal tract to a certain extent, and also contain gas. If consumed in large quantities, it will increase the burden on the gastrointestinal tract, causing stomach distention, stomach pain, acid regurgitation, belching and other discomforts. In severe cases, it will cause gastrointestinal dysfunction, and even difficult Bear. Especially iced carbonated drinks, try not to drink.