Diet for diarrhea

Too fat food, stress: All this can literally hit our stomach. The intestine rebels. For the pain to disappear quickly, light food (or light whole foods, as it is called by doctors) helps. Light diet for diarrhea Light food is based on light, well-tolerated foods that soothe the digestive system and do not agitate further. Important is the right relationship; 50 to 55 percent of the foods should be carbohydrates like bread, pasta, rice or oatmeal (good is a light porridge, for example). Another 30 percent may be denied from fat and 15 to 20 percent should account for protein. It is important that you refrain as possible on sugar and white flour products. Every person tolerates food differently good (here information on food intolerances). Test which foods are good for you – and which ones you should better avoid. Multiple Small Meals If your stomach rebels, you should better put on several small meals spread throughout the day. So the digestive system is not burdened too much. Also important: Chew every bite thoroughly – and do not over-eat your meals. These foods are suitable as a light diet fruit: Ripe (!) Fruits such as apples, pears or bananas. Less suitable: unripe fruit, cherries, plums, peaches, nectarines, apricots, nuts. Vegetables: carrots, fennel, parsnip, pumpkin, zucchini, kohlrabi, cauliflower, peas, green beans, tomatoes and green salad. Less suitable: cabbage, legumes, mushrooms, peppers, leeks, onions, cucumbers, olives. Tip: Rub two carrots and two apples. Let the porridge stand until it has a nice brownish color. Helps with diarrhea! Cereal products: stale bread, wholemeal bread, rice, pasta, semolina and potatoes. Less suitable: fresh bread, greasy pastries such as pie, puff pastry and fried potato products. Dairy products: low-fat milk, low-fat yoghurt, sour milk and sour milk. For cheese, you better use mild varieties with a low fat content. Less suitable: full-fat milk, full-fat yoghurt, whipped cream, creme fraiche, spicy cheeses, blue cheese. Meat: lean beef, veal, poultry (fillet, schnitzel), cooked ham, turkey ham. Less suitable: fat, smoked, cured, seared meat, duck, goose, fat sausage. Fish: lean fresh and saltwater fish, shellfish and crustaceans Less suitable: fatty fish such as eel, herring, salmon, smoked or pickled fish. Also important is the preparation:
If you have diarrhea you should not sear or deep-fry your food. Use gentle preparation such as steaming or cooking.