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Is cooked spinach safe for a gastroparesis diet?

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Dr. Charles Cattano
Internal Medicine - Gastroenterology
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In brief: Small, soft, low fat

Small volume, low fat meals and soft foods are easier for the stomach to process.
Consider minimizing tough meat, crunchy fruit/vegetables and fresh bread and instead select casseroles, soft-cooked vegetables, soft pasta, porridge, stewed fruits and dairy desserts like low fat yogurt or mousse. Ref: http://gastroparesisclinic.org/treatments.php?pageId=1186&moduleId=204

In brief: Small, soft, low fat

Small volume, low fat meals and soft foods are easier for the stomach to process.
Consider minimizing tough meat, crunchy fruit/vegetables and fresh bread and instead select casseroles, soft-cooked vegetables, soft pasta, porridge, stewed fruits and dairy desserts like low fat yogurt or mousse. Ref: http://gastroparesisclinic.org/treatments.php?pageId=1186&moduleId=204
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