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Diet for intestinal dysbiosis in adults

In case of weak manifestations of dysbacteriosis, it is enough to eat properly - a proper diet will help eliminate the problem even without the help of any bacterial preparations.

To establish proper nutrition for intestinal dysbacteriosis is not difficult. To do this, you do not need to limit yourself to something and to starve. Quite the contrary - the human body needs enough fats, proteins, carbohydrates, vitamins and trace elements. Remember a few rules and do not forget to follow a diet with dysbacteriosis.

For the active growth of beneficial bacteria need rich in fiber and dairy products.

It should drink more fluids. If intestinal dysbiosis is accompanied by diarrhea, water will compensate for the loss of body fluids, if constipated, it will help soften the feces and improve intestinal permeability.

Proper nutrition with intestinal dysbiosis implies that food must be chemically, mechanically and thermally sparing. Otherwise, it will irritate or even injure the intestinal mucosa. Smoked foods, peppers, too salty, pickled foods, dishes with a lot of onions and garlic should be excluded from the diet. Also, following a diet with dysbacteriosis, it is necessary to abandon fried and fatty foods, alcohol. Eating too hot or too cold food is not recommended - it should be at room temperature or heated to a temperature not higher than 40–50 ° C.

It is always necessary to chew food thoroughly and it is better to completely refuse to eat food without a powder, again in order to avoid injury to the mucous membrane.

Food for intestinal dysbiosis means adherence to a more or less strict regime. The intervals between meals should be at least 2-2.5 hours.

Bread and flour products
You can: bread from flour 1 and 2 varieties of fresh pastries, all cereals (except for semolina), legumes.
It is not allowed: bread made from high-grade flour, pasta, muffin, fried pies, pancakes.

Meat and meat products
You can: boiled or steamed dishes of beef, meat and edged pork (lean), chicken, turkey.
You can not: fatty varieties of pork, lamb, duck, goose, grilled meat, smoked meats, sausages, canned goods.

Fish and fish products
You can: low-fat species of river and ocean fish (pike perch, carp, perch, cod, hake, pike).
You can not: fatty fish (herring, salmon, flounder, sturgeon).

Eggs
You can: soft-boiled eggs, steam scrambled eggs and scrambled eggs at the rate of no more than two eggs per week.
You can not: fried eggs, scrambled eggs, hard-boiled eggs, raw eggs.

Milk products
You can: any dairy products, except milk.
You can not: whole milk.

Fat
You can: butter, ghee, vegetable oil, margarine.
You can not: herring oil and shrimp, pork, beef, mutton, cooking oils, mayonnaise.

Vegetables
You can: potatoes, carrots, cabbage, green peas, pumpkin, zucchini, beets.
You can not: turnips, turnips, radish, sorrel, spinach, onions, garlic, cucumbers, mushrooms.

The choice of diet for intestinal dysbiosis depends on the symptoms of the disease.

If dysbiosis is accompanied by swelling of the intestine and abdominal pain, then you should reduce the amount of carbohydrates and raw vegetables. It is recommended to use steamed fish, boiled meat, cottage cheese. Vegetables are only in boiled form. Herbal teas (chamomile and peppermint) and spices such as bay leaves, cloves, and allspice will help alleviate the unpleasant symptoms.

In those cases when you are worried about diarrhea, it is recommended to use boiled dishes, preferably wiped. The normalization of the stool is promoted by cherry and blueberry compotes. Food and drinks should not be consumed too hot or too cold (optimally at room temperature) - this is an indispensable condition for proper nutrition during dysbacteriosis.

Are you constipated? So a diet for intestinal dysbacteriosis should include the use of large amounts of fiber. Good help boiled vegetables: cauliflower and white cabbage, pumpkin, carrots, eggplant, beets. Improve the bowel will help and decoction of rhubarb. It is advisable to drink more fluids.

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  • Date: February 24, 2015
  • Tags: Dysbacteriosis

And maybe a diet can help? And then antibiotics have been cut and now everything boils and grumbles, horror.

Doctors say that dysbiosis is not a diagnosis, but a way of life and just get rid of it if you constantly follow certain rules. The article clearly and correctly lists all the causes and consequences of dysbiosis, but, as we see, there are no irreparable among them! You just need to more carefully select the menu and refuse to constantly overeating - most often people chew not to remove the feeling of hunger, but for pleasure, to pamper their taste buds. But we are not able to spend as much energy as we get along with fatty, sweet, refined products.
The intestine is overloaded, fat deposits accumulate, and the “bad heredity” is to blame. Let's better limit the huge portions and senseless chewing in front of the computer, replace the sandwiches with soaked dried apricots. You can find many wonderful low-calorie recipes, including those with fermented milk products, which also normalize the microflora in the digestive tract, kill harmful, pathogenic bacteria.
Only fresh, homemade drinks are useful, because the beneficial bacteria are very
gentle creatures, and benefit only in a limited period of time.
Therefore, use dry sourdough for cottage cheese, yogurt and yogurt to help your health. I personally buy Bakzdrav sourdoughs, this is a domestic producer, and the products have been repeatedly tested. I myself was convinced of the quality of these starters, so I can advise on dysbacteriosis and rehabilitation therapy.

The son of 17 years old has had a green chair for five. What should I do? Do I need to run to the doctor? Or do I get along with diet and Linex?

The son of 17 years old has had a green chair for five. What should I do? Do I need to run to the doctor? Or do I get along with diet and Linex?

What is dysbacteriosis

Over 50 trillion live microorganisms inhabit the human intestines. Each of them needs certain conditions for life. Some bacteria are considered beneficial, others can cause dangerous diseases. In order to be able to coexist together, they affect each other's activity, while maintaining its balance, which ensures the proper functioning of the human digestive tract.

  • Protection of the intestinal mucosa.
  • Synthesis of vitamins and amino acids.
  • Formation of general and local immunity.
  • Beneficial microorganisms inhibit excessively active growth of pathogenic representatives.
  • Participation in the digestion of food.

When the microflora imbalance disrupts the performance of useful functions, which often leads to beriberi, changes in human health, reduced immunity. At the same time, the main digestive capacity of the intestine is disrupted, which is why the body has a deficiency of nutrients.

If the cause of failure was stress or errors in the diet, the pathology is easily corrected with a proper diet.

Symptoms in adults and children

There are no characteristic signs for dysbacteriosis. The imbalance of the microflora causes digestive disorders, and in connection with this the following symptoms appear:

  • belching,
  • bloating
  • nausea,
  • heartburn,
  • diarrhea,
  • constipation,
  • bad breath,
  • abdominal pains.

Frequent manifestations of dysbacteriosis are rashes or inflammatory processes in the skin, which patients often take for allergies.

Causes of dysbiosis

The number of bacteria is regulated naturally: beneficial representatives inhibit the growth of pathogens, and vice versa. Rebalancing may occur for the following reasons:

  • Immunodeficiency states. Uncontrolled growth of “harmful” bacteria is observed in patients with AIDS, cancer, and serious systemic diseases.
  • Intestinal dysbiosis after antibiotics. Long-term use of drugs that kill a wide range of bacteria leads to the fact that only the most powerful pathogenic representatives colonize the organ.
  • Lack of substrate for reproduction of beneficial microflora. Restriction in nutrition, lack of fiber and dairy products slow down the growth of the necessary bacteria, reduce the body's resistance to adverse factors.
  • Infection with parasites. Worms reduce the protective properties of the intestinal mucosa and release toxins that prevent "good" microbes from reproducing.
  • Unfavorable conditions for the development of beneficial microorganisms. Bacteria continue to grow and live under certain parameters, in particular, pH. The optimal indicator (weakly acidic values) allows you to maintain the correct ratio of bacteria in the intestine. Alkalization of the contents or excessive oxidation is a favorable breeding ground for pathogens. This can occur as a result of enzymatic deficiency, inflammatory diseases of the digestive system (gastritis, pancreatitis, cholecystitis), and the observance of an incorrect diet.

What you can and can not eat with intestinal dysbiosis

The intestine is an organ of the digestive system. Its structural and functional health is influenced by the quality, composition, temperature, and other parameters of food eaten by humans. The principle of nutrition in dysbiosis is the protection of the intestines from mechanical, chemical and thermal damage. In addition, the diet should be complete and varied to ensure the intake of all necessary substances.

It is recommended to take food at one time in order to normalize the motility and secretory function of the gastrointestinal tract. At night, the body rests, so an adult should eat no later than 3-4 hours before bedtime. The patient himself will help the digestion, if he chews the food thoroughly, take his time, and also consume a lot of fluids.

Products that can and cannot be included in the diet are shown in the table.

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