There is no evidence that what you eat or drink causes ulcers or that
changes in your diet will affect how quickly your ulcer heals. But some foods
may make your symptoms worse, especially when you first start treatment.
Eat a balanced diet
Eating a healthy, balanced diet is important at all times. But
you may find that some foods, particularly those that are heavily spiced or
greasy, make your symptoms worse. You may want to avoid these foods while your
ulcer is healing.
Cirrhosis is a serious degenerative disease that occurs when healthy cells in the liver are damaged and replaced by scar tissue, usually as a result of alcohol abuse or chronic hepatitis. As liver cells give way to tough scar tissue, the organ loses its ability to function properly. Severe damage can lead to liver failure and possibly death.
Cirrhosis poses another danger as well: Dense scarring slows the normal flow of blood through the liver, causing blood to find alternate pathways to return...