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WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW:
What is a diet for stomach ulcers and gastritis?
A diet for ulcers and gastritis is a nutritional plan that limits the foods that irritate your stomach. Certain foods may worsen symptoms such as stomach pain, inflammation, heartburn or indigestion.
What foods should I limit or avoid?
You may need to avoid acidic foods, spicy or high in fat. Not all foods affect people in the same way. You will need to learn which foods worsen your symptoms and will have to limit those foods. The following are some foods that could worsen an ulcer or the symptoms of gastritis:
- Whole milk and chocolate milk
- Hot chocolate and cola
- Any drink with caffeine
- Regular coffee and decaf
- Peppermint tea and mint green li> Green or black tea, regular or decaffeinated
- Orange and grapefruit juices
- Alcoholic beverages
- Dairy foods made from whole milk or cream
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- High-fat and highly seasoned meat, such as sausage, sausage, bacon, ham and sausage
- Spicy chilies
- Products derived from tomato, such as t omate, sauce or juice
What foods can I consume?
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