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What are the best foods to eat during an ic flare-up?

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Dr. J. Kyle Mathews
Obstetrics & Gynecology - Urogynecology

In brief: Avoid acidic foods

Avoid caffeine , alcohol, acidic foods, and foods high in potassium.
Examples of foods to avoid are: carbonated drinks, most fruit juices, most salad dressings, peanuts, mayonnaise, canned soups, aged cheeses, chocolate , ham, soy milk, herb teas, tomato sauces & juice, edamame, cantaloupe , mustard, nutrasweet, vinegar, soy sauce.

In brief: Avoid acidic foods

Avoid caffeine , alcohol, acidic foods, and foods high in potassium.
Examples of foods to avoid are: carbonated drinks, most fruit juices, most salad dressings, peanuts, mayonnaise, canned soups, aged cheeses, chocolate , ham, soy milk, herb teas, tomato sauces & juice, edamame, cantaloupe , mustard, nutrasweet, vinegar, soy sauce.
Dr. J. Kyle Mathews
Dr. J. Kyle Mathews
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Dr. Denise Elser
Gynecology

In brief: Avoid acidic foods

Foods associated with worsening ic symptoms include acidic foods/ drinks.
Common culprits: citrus, tomatoes, coffee/ tea, any carbonated drink (bubbles come from carbonic acid), soy sauce. Otc prelief can combat acid in foods and be soothing.

In brief: Avoid acidic foods

Foods associated with worsening ic symptoms include acidic foods/ drinks.
Common culprits: citrus, tomatoes, coffee/ tea, any carbonated drink (bubbles come from carbonic acid), soy sauce. Otc prelief can combat acid in foods and be soothing.
Dr. Denise Elser
Dr. Denise Elser
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