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What Are High Fiber Foods For Dysphagia Patients
Difficulty swallowing is complex. One could have decreased saliva which will make the food thick and viscous and harder to swallow. Food or liquids may be difficult to swallow and feel like they are getting "stuck" in the throat. One may also "choke" on liquids or foods during the swallow, before , or after the swallow depending on the problem ...Read more
Lots: Gluten is found in some grains.G. Wheat, rye faro, bulghur, spelt, triticale. It is not in amaranth, quinoa (actually a seed) , rice, corn, buckwheat (a different grass), millet, any bean or legume ( all high on fiber), fruits, nuts, seeds, vegetables. All whole grain versions fruits, veggies, nuts add fiber to diet. Check with celiac society or online. Oats are iffy. Check no xcontamination. ...Read more
Fiber!: A high fiber diet with fruits and veggies can help a lot. Start slowly, though, to get used to it. Simethicone and Beeno can help. Avoid sucralose (Splenda) and sorbitol, as well as jelly/gummy type candies, the sugars used in them can cause some people to have all the symptoms of IBS! Keep a food diary so you know what helps and what doesn't. High protein and high fat dies won't help either. ...Read more
Ice cream: Patients with gastroparesis should be on a low residue diet. Ice cream is a high calorie food (not the light or low fat type) that is gastroparesis friendly. Just remember that too much fat in your diet will slow gastric emptying and may make the symptoms of gastroparesis worse. ...Read more
What kind of foods are best for children with constipation problems. Yogurt vs Greek Yogurt, supplements or other? What foods are to be avoided?
Constipation: Probiotics are helpful, but I prefer a diet high in fiber. Think figs, prunes, sweet potatoes, whole grains (Multigrain Cheerios, breads), and just about any vegetable you can get them to eat. Greek yogurt is all the rage regarding fats, but I would simply just steer away from artificial flavors and colors (and let's not forget about high fructose corn syrup). I also like molasses. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Should COPD patients eat low/ high protein, carbs, fat diets? And why for each ? Also, what nutrients are beneficial to them? Thanks dr.!
Low fiber foods: Most canned or well-cooked vegetables and fruits without skins or seeds. Fruit and vegetable juice with little or no pulp, fruit-flavored drinks, and flavored waters. White rice, plain white pasta, and crackers. Refined hot cereals, such as Cream of Wheat, or cold cereals with less than 1 gram of fiber per serving. Not sure how strict you are but fish, eggs, milk products and tofu also low fiber. ...Read more
Vegetables!: Eat more vegetables, and avoid most grain, especially bread/wheat flour. ...Read more
What specific nutrients are beneficial to liver diseases patients and why? Should they consume low/high protein diets?
Vegetables: vegetables are healthy, low in calories, and high in nutrients. They don't contain lactose so they are ideal for a lactose intolerant person. Try to have them steamed and not fried, for good health. For reflux, try to have them in small portions, cause large portions can worsen reflux. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
MANY: There is not enough space to tell you, but the American Diabetes Association (ADA) has a good web-site to educate you on what foods are best for a diabetic patient... http://www.diabetes.org/food-and-fitness/food/what-can-i-eat/ Generally, avoid carbohydrates and concentrated sweets as well. Best wishes. ...Read more
Protein and heart: Protein itself is not injurious to hearts. However, excess protein is stressful for kidneys. Aim for 0.8 gram of protein per Kg body weight per day. Avoid saturated fats. Take in polyunsaturated fats and plant fats. Avoid sugars and refined carbohydrate foods. Stay complex with fruit and vegetables. Avoid high fructose corn syrup. Lose weight to ideal body weight with calorie reductions. Exercise. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Calcium rich foods!: From highest to very high in order! cheese-milk-sesame seeds-tofu-almonds-flax seeds-greens-brocholli. Shoot for 1000mg/day! ...Read more
What are your favorite, most often recommended healthy starch foods (carbs) for younger mildly obese patients with normal lipids? Looking for variety.
Vegetables & fruits: The problem with starchy foods is that they can rapidly raise blood sugar causing Insulin spikes which fuel Insulin resistance/obesity/hyperlipidemia. It is best to avoid foods with a high glycemic index but a new measure that is also of value is the "carbohydrate density index." ' the best choices are most all fruits & veggies, though might be best to go easy on tropical fruits. See comment:. ...Read more
Whole grains: Anything with whole grains like whole wheat bread, other whole grain breads like rye and spelt, oatmeal and other whole grain cereals, brown rice, beans, bran muffins, popcorn. Also fruits and vegetables. Check out http://familydoctor.Org/familydoctor/en/prevention-wellness/food-nutrition/nutrients/fiber-how-to-increase-the-amount-in-your-diet.Printerview.All.Html for more ideas. ...Read more
These: Soluble fibre: peas, soybeans, oats, rye, chia, barley, prunes, plums, avocados, berries, ripe bananas, skin of apples, quinces, pears, broccoli, carrots, sweet potatoes and onions insoluble fiber: whole grain wheat, corn, bran, beans, peas, nuts, seeds, potato skins, green beans, cauliflower, zucchini, celery, and nopal, avocado, unripe bananas, skins of kiwi, grapes and tomatoes. ...Read more
Many: Legumes are a great source of fiber in a tasty, low fat package. So, beans (kidney, black, garbanzo, navy, red, etc.), lentils, soy beans (edamami), etc. My favorite snack is a small container of edamami. I boil them, keep them in the fridge, then use them for a great little snack. Oatmeal is also a good snack, but requires more work. Don't get bored, try new things. ...Read more
Whole grain, legumes: ...Fruits and vegetables. 100% whole wheat bread, brown rice and whole wheat crackers will be a hit with kids who like carbs. Most fresh fruits and green veggies are good sources of fiber, so prepare them in appealing ways. And don't forget legumes such as pinto or black beans and lentils which are packed with fiber. ...Read more
Can I eat raisin bran while using levothyroxine because I got a paper where it said I shouldn't eat high fiber foods while taking levothyroxine becaus?
Levothyroxine/ Fiber: Raisin Bran would be considered a high fiber food. Foods high in fiber could reduce the absorption of levothyroxine from your GI tract. Actually, levothyroxine should always be taken on an empty stomach so that a consistent amount of your prescribed dose is absorbed into your bloodstream. ...Read more
Whats the proper diet, for gerd? High fiber foods are casuing gas, which si bad, and i heard low fiber creates fat, which is bad too. I am confused.
Please see below: One thing you can do to reduce your risk for heartburn and acid reflux disease is to eat low-fat, high-protein meals. Also, eat smaller meals more frequently; stop eating before you get too full. It may also help if you avoid certain beverages and foods, like coffee and carbonated drinks as well. ...Read more
My rt ovary (seemingly) bloats up and down (as if like gas) when i eat high fiber foods but only my rt. Is this normal? Ovarian cancer maybe? Scared.
When a doctor say fiber in ur diet what are they talking about. What is high fiber food pleaz help me?
Dietary fiber: In layman's terms: dietary fiber means foods that when eaten act as ingredients that bind water to it and bulk up your stool and also at the same time makes you regular. High fiber foods also bind to fats and help in lowering your cholesterol levels.; legumes, beans vegetables, some fruits are high in fiber e.g. Garbanzo beans, peas, kidney and black beans, whole peeled oranges, green beans, etc. ...Read more
Constipated for 2 wks. I took MiraLax & Colace for 3 days, but neither helped. I've been drinking prune juice & eating high fiber foods. I've gone a little, but I'm still constipated. My K level is 3.2. What can I do at this point? (Best options?)
Enema/water: At this point I suggest that you try a Fleet's enema which you can buy at the pharmacy. Continue the miralax (polyethylene glycol) nightly. The colace is not likely to help much but adding a fiber supplement, walking daily for at least 30 minutes and drinking at least 3 liters of water daily could also help. If this does not work then you may need to see a doctor for a medical intervention. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I eat juice and high fiber foods, but when I do go poop, almost nothing comes out. Any advice or tips on how to get rid of my constipation?
Fluids: Try drinking more plain water 64 ounces/day. ...Read more
I had a barium swallow today. I drank water and ate high fiber foods and 2 fiber choice capsules. Now I have cramps, gas and diarhea. Is this normal?
Been constipated days. Using enemas, laxatives, eating high fiber foods, etc. don't help. When I poop there's mucus. And there's back and rib pain.
Constipation: Hi. Welcome to Healthtap, I'm Dr. Ivy Fisher, pedi MD. Water flush (48-64 ozs/d) helps along with Miralax at bedtime until better. The distention can cause pain in back/abdomen. It could be a different problem if you have been active and strained back, abdominal rectus muscles. Advil for pain. Lots of fruits, prune Juice, green leafy vegetables. If further problems arise: fever, pain, emesis- appt ...Read more
To reduce your sugar: High fiber diets are slower to digest and do not produce large amounts of sugars which some starchy foods do(it is called glycemic load of the food). This makes it easier to avoid high spikes of sugars in your blood which are harmful and make you hungry and eat more, throwing your diabetes out of control. ...Read more
Is there solid science behind low fat/high fiber diet to lower risk of colon cancer for ulcerative colitis patients? Anything else preventative?
Warm gargles: You can try warm water gargles to start. Gargle with your head tilted back and spit the warm liquid out with the hopes to loosen up the dried mucus and get it off your uvula. If you can not get it off, then see the ENT dr. for eval. Best wishes. ...Read more
What can cause dysphagia (difficulty in swallowing) in patients who have congestive heart failure?
My doctor wants me to take fiber supplements and I am afraid because I have difficulty swallowing sometimes what is the answer?
Many forms: Fiber supplements come as powder u stir into liquid (some are thick [metamucil], others not even noticeable [citracel & others]), chewable tablets [fiber choice], cookie-like wafers [metamucil], tablets, capsules. Important to take them with plenty of water; otherwise the fiber can tighten bm's rather than soften. Ask pharmacist if uncertain which one's best for u. ...Read more
Has anyone had patients that experienced difficulty swallowing while on singulair (montelukast)? I had swallowing issues & stopped taking it and now seem ok. Fluke?
Can chronic sinusitis cause throat swelling sensation and difficulty swallowing if the patient has had it for about 3 years? If so, how can it treated
Yes it can: Patients with chronic sinusitis will frequently report symptoms such as these. These patients typically also have nasal congestion, facial pressure, and nasal drainage. Other conditions such as laryngeal reflux can cause very similar symptoms, so it is probably a good idea to be seen by your primary MD or an ENT to evaluate this. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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