The ulcer diet: what to eat in case of ulcer

The ulcer diet: what to eat in case of ulcer

The peptic ulcer is nothing more than an intestinal wound, usually caused by a bacterium, Helicobacter Pylori, whose action is to erode the intestinal wall causing wounds. Other causes of ulcer can be linked to an excessive action of gastric acids that corrode the intestinal wall. This can occur due to drug abuse, severe stress or factors that affect intestinal acidity, such as smoking.

Depending on the place where we have the ulcer, this can be divided into a gastric or duodenal ulcer.
In general, there is no ulcer diet that is curative of the condition.
In fact, the first treatment for ulcers is always pharmacological.

However, it is possible, together with drugs, to observe a bland and highly digestible diet that helps the healing process. In this article we will look at how to do an ulcer diet.

The asterisk indicates natural supplements useful for those who have Pylori and want to combine antibiotics with natural remedies or avoid relapses which are quite frequent.


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