On hot summer days, many people like to eat ice cream, ice water and cold food to relieve the heat. Sudden changes in temperature will cause different degrees of damage to the gastrointestinal mucosa, which may cause gastrointestinal distress in light cases and gastrointestinal bleeding in severe cases. It will cause the gastrointestinal tract to be extremely stimulated, cause the gastrointestinal tract to absorb food barrier, and form watery stool diarrhea.
What to eat for diarrhea?
It can eat semi liquid food with less fat, less residue, high protein, high heat energy and high vitamins, such as soft and less oil rice soup, porridge, noodles, light tea, fruit juice, etc. Eat some light rice soup in the early stage, and have noodles and other liquid foods after the mid-term improvement. These foods are easy to digest and absorb, contain a large amount of electrolytes required by the human body, and can also supplement calories and vitamins. Eat less and eat more.
What can't I eat for diarrhea?
1. Eat less sweets: sugar is easy to ferment and inflate.
2. Try to eat less vegetables: many fresh vegetables, such as pakchoi, leek, spinach and cabbage, contain nitrite or nitrate. Generally, these vegetables have no adverse effects on the body. However, when people are suffering from diarrhea, digestive dysfunction, or stomach acid is too low, nitrate reducing bacteria in the intestine multiply in large numbers. At this time, eating the above vegetables, even if they are very fresh, will lead to poisoning and cause enterogenic cyanosis.
3. Raw and cold fruits: such as guava, pear, pineapple, carambola, persimmon, etc.
4. Fried and fried food: meat, eggs, ham, sausage, bacon.