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Eating Fiber One Cereal For Gastritis
Diet: Tomatoes (often called a vegetable but actually a fruit) are often very good for gastritis. Citrus is best avoided. The easiest way to add fiber to your diet is to get a jar of Millers bran and throw a teaspoon into everything you eat. It has no detectable taste and therefore can be added to anything. ...Read more
Can I take Metamucil if I have gastritis? What other fiber supplements could I take that won't cause bloating?
I have moderate diverticulosis, gastritis, celiac disease, and lactose intolerance. How do increase fiber in my diet besides taking Metamucil?
Yes you can: It depends how severe the gastritis is. As long as you can eat solid food and there is no vomiting you can eat cereal with gastritis, but if you are acutely ill and vomoitng you have to only drink fluids if tolerated or IV fluids till you are able to tolerate solid foods and than you can eat cereals. ...Read more
Can acid reflux make food go way up in throat? "burped" up cereal :/ slightly nauseated. I had egd only showed gastritis no h.Pylori, advice please
Yes: Generally, the problem is a hiatal hernia. An upper GI x-ray with barium or gastrograffin where you are put in various positions can confirm whether or not you have this condition. There are a number of solutions from raising the head of your bed to various surgical or endoscopic procedures that may help. You may still need a ppi like Prilosec or Nexium (esomeprazole) after the procedure. See your doctor. ...Read more
I recently switched to fiber one cereal. Now I'm incredibly gassy. Does this indicate to much fiber or not enough?
I have started eating about 30 grams or more of fiber a day. Wheat bread, cereals, and vegetables. But my stools are loose. What can I do more to bulk?
I see an emphasis on low carb eating, even from bariatric docs here. Are fruit, yogurt, high fiber cereal not recommended for weight loss?
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Good substitute for grain? As grains are inflammatory and not all that useful minus fiber. Or is a little bit of grain still good? (cereal/toast)
Good question: The grain, e.g. Rice is just starch. Mother nature surrounded the grain with a cusp that contains the vitamins to metabolize the starch. That is why whole grain bread is nutritious while white bread provides only calories. In my view, even vitamin enrichment of white bread is not sufficient to meet demand. ...Read more
I see on cereal labels that some have added "fiber", but the "fiber" names sound artificial. Is the so called "fiber" safe? Is it helpful?
Safe and helpful: The "fiber" in cereal and other foods is typically the husk around seeds like grain or psyllium. It is safe and many people find it helps to keep them regular. Note, however, that many sugary cereals like lucky charms are not advertising "whole grain" and otherwise claiming to be high in fiber. They are still loaded with sugar and not very healthy. ...Read more
Looking for dietitian advice does protein cereal really curb hunger on diet? Given the ingredients such high protein, fiber and whole grains.
Any ideas for high fiber cereal that will keep me regular? Both wheatbran & oatmeal give me terrible cramps! My cornbran cereal is not longer available
Chia: Try chia seed or sprouted chia seed. Also consider supplemental magnesium citrate, glycinate, or aspartate. ...Read more
I think the flax that is being added to cereal causes gas. What types of added fiber (in cereal or granola) doesn't cause gas?
Interaction: To avoid major interaction with food, take Feramax at least 30 minutes before any food or beverage. ...Read more
I was told fiber cereals are the cause for all the bloating but it also helps me poo. So its kinda contradicting. What else can I eat before bed?
Fiber cereals: Yes, fiber is necessary for the diet, but in some people can produce excess bloating. The key is to find a particular cereal or product that your body tolerates. This may involve some trial and error. You might try eating your cereal in yogurt rather than milk, in case you are lactose intolerant. Good luck. ...Read more
My daugther is constipated all the time and she eat green salat, beans, cereal in general any thing contains fiber inclusive she drink mineral oil?
Food poisining sunday night felt better some what constipated, ate fiber (whole wheat cereal yesterday) now I have diarreah why?
Food poisoning or gastroenteritis is a nonspecific term.
Diarrhea is very common in gastroenteritis. It is usually due to the inflammation in your bowels.
I recommend staying hydrated - drink lots of fluid. While the vast majority of gastroenteritis have a benign course, seek medical assistance if the symptoms do no improve within 48 hours or if the symptoms are unbearable at any time. ...Read more
I'm about 7 weeks pregnant and severely constipated. I tried fiber cereal, lots of water, prune juice but nada! Please help.
Miralax (polyethylene glycol): Miralax (polyethylene glycol) or its generic equivalent, which you can find at costco, or any pharmacy, is great. I took it once, sometimes twice a day in my pregnancy and it works wonders. It's not absorbed by the body, solely works by pulling water into your colon to soften stool. Doesn't affect the baby at all and very safe to use. Also boy doesn't become dependent on it. Continue to hydrate as well! ...Read more
When can one return to "normal" eating following the cessation of ranitidine prescription? Gastritis was acute, I believe, due to ingestion of severely hot, hot sauce. I have followed a very bland, non-acidic diet for three weeks and next week is the la
When...: If you have been in ranitidine for a period of 4-6 weeks and now feeling well you may try to eat a normal diet again. However, make sure you don't regain a habit of eating irritant diet because then symptoms are most likely going to come back. The stomach can take so much and if expose it to a very acidic, irritant diet on a frequent basis it will be upset again. ...Read more
No: You might have another problem. You could have epididymitis/orchitis, an infection in the testicle. This should be treated immediately with antibiotics. Fluid around a testicle, or hydrocele, shouldn't be painful, but is another cause of swelling. Hydroceles may be watched and unless they become large. ...Read more
I have mild gastritis my doc proscribe me nextium for one months. How/ when do I know if my gastritis has heal?
In 4-6 weeks: Your symptoms should improve and be fully resolved in one or two weeks of Nexium (esomeprazole) treatment. Most of gastritis cases heal their stomach in 4 weeks. So you could stop this medication after 4 to 6 weeks. Any recurrence of symptoms should be reported to your treating doctor. ...Read more
I became very ill suddenly. I had EGD and they found Gastritis, Barrett's, and Gastroparesis. Is this normal to have all three develop at one time?
They developed: Over time. Be sure to follow instructions with meds (what to take and what to avoid)and timely follow-up. Barretts requires watching and biopsies over time. ...Read more
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