Ulcerative Colitis Diet: What to Eat & What to Avoid

By | July 23, 2020
Ulcerative Colitis Diet: What to Eat & What to Avoid

Recently on our channel, we talked about some causes and reasons for constipation. Have you watched the video yet?

Did you know that colitis is one of the causes of constipation? It is characterized by intestinal inflammation, with symptoms such as diarrhea, presence of mucus or blood in stool, abdominal pain, fever, dehydration, and flatulence.

Caused by infectious means, such as virus, bacteria, or parasites, colitis can be divided as: ulcerative, ischemic, pseudomembranous, and even idiopathic (no defined cause).

Besides, colitis can also be categorized as acute, which lasts more than a week, and chronic, that lasts less than four weeks.

The most common is the infectious kind, especially by food poisoning. It is important to pay attention to where we eat.

Generally, a person who suffers from colitis should not follow restrictive diets and needs to adapt their diet according to the severity of the disease and symptoms.

It is necessary to observe how the body reacts to every food eaten to learn to identify which foods trigger the symptoms of colitis.

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If you are going through it, you should opt for specific foods. Watch the video to learn more!

You are also going to learn some of the foods you must avoid if you have colitis.

If you have any symptoms of colitis, immediately seek a doctor or gastroenterologist to have your situation analyzed.

Avoid foods that have insoluble fibers, like the peels of fruits and vegetables, to not stimulate the intestines and aggravate the issue.

Avoid also fermented beverages, such as beer, wine, and champagne.


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