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					                          Foods suitable for Ulcer Patients

It bothered if attacked ulcer. One ate a little, your stomach can-can directly bloating
and heartburn pain throughout the day. In order to live more comfortably, identify the
types of food suitable to eat. The key, eat in small portions with frequent frequency.

In the book 50 Ways to Relieve Heartburn, Reflux, and Ulcers, M. Sara Rosenthal
suggested diligent heartburn sufferers to eat potatoes. Potatoes are a good source of
carbohydrates so that it can provide a sense of satiety for a long time. Porridge
potato or potato juice of alkaline in the morning is also useful for neutralizing stomach
acid before you eat other foods.

Chicken Porridge
If you are a sufferer of acute gastritis, eating soft foods are easy to digest like chicken
porridge very role is to prevent and alleviate pain attacks. Eating chicken porridge at
breakfast time is also good as an injection of energy before the move all day. We
recommend that you do not eat porridge with satay chicken innards that are difficult
to digest. As 'dressing', you can add hard-boiled eggs, soy sauce, and a little cracker.

Ripe Bananas
Types of fruits that contain potassium such as bananas, melons, papaya, either
consumed as potassium content plays a role in balancing the pH or acidity in the
stomach. Bananas can also bring a feeling of fullness so very good consumed
between meals. In addition, potassium-rich bananas that can normalize blood
pressure due to increased stress attack.

Aloe Vera
Consumption of aloe vera is useful to relieve heartburn and accelerate wound
healing.Aloe vera also contains saponins which have the ability to kill germs. And
anthraquinone compounds and quinones, as antibiotics and painkillers and stimulate
new cell growth on the skin. Gynecology mukopolisakarida in aloe vera are also
useful for recovering inflammation, including inflammation of the digestive tract, and

Broccoli is a source of potassium and sulfur are good substances. Sulfur is the
precursor of glutathione that acts as an antioxidant protection against skin layer in
the stomach. Broccoli is also rich in vitamin C is good for maintaining stamina. Other
foods that contain sulfur are red onions and garlic.

Although many ulcer patients who avoid cabbage as it contains gas, actually many
health professionals who use cabbage to cope with ulcer disease. According to Dr.
Michael T. Murray, naturopathy expert from Bellevue Washington, United States,
cabbage contains the amino acid glutamine which can increase blood flow to the
stomach, providing nutrients for the cells in the stomach, helps protect the stomach
lining, as well as treating wounds in the gastrointestinal tract. Consult with your
Chewing gum
A study shows that low sugar chewing gum after meals, can help reduce stomach
acidity. According to Drs. David C. Metz, professor of medicine gastroenterology
division of University of Pennsylvania Health System in Philadelphia, the activity of
chewing can stimulate saliva production which is alkaline so as to mentralisir acid. In
addition to neutralize stomach acid, increasing saliva production can also increase
efforts to purge the stomach.

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