What you eat can contribute to digestive problems. Many people eat too much processed food and sugar, and not enough fiber, fruits, and vegetables. Poor eating habits, such as eating too quickly or skipping meals, can also be part of the problem. Many digestive problems can be prevented by eating a healthy, balanced diet.
The following are lists of healthy foods that may be incorporated into your diet.
If your doctor just broke the news that you're lactose intolerant, don't assume that you'll never be able to savor another bite of ice cream.
At first, many people fear they'll have to give up all dairy products, says Dee Sandquist, MS, RD, a dietitian in Fairfield, Iowa. But with some experimentation, most people with lactose intolerance discover that they can still eat small amounts of dairy without triggering symptoms, such as bloating, gas, abdominal discomfort, diarrhea, or nausea. Dairy foods...
Some people with digestive system difficulties may find they have problems after eating certain foods. Through a process of trial-and-error, you can find a variety of healthy foods to add to your diet. There are, though, certain symptoms of digestive problems that should be evaluated by a health professional. Be sure to report any of the following symptoms you have to your health care provider: