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Summer menu is tricky for the stomach

In an effort to move to a healthy diet, inFirst of all, you should not forget about the rules of food safety. For example, people with high acidity of gastric juice are contraindicated to eat greens (parsley, coriander) and garlic. Dill and garlic is undesirable if you have heartburn or a hernia of the esophagus. In this case it is necessary to refuse and from pepper. Ulcer and gastritis prohibit the use of citrus fruits, as well as currants, plums, sour apples, etc.

Watermelon is good because it normalizes the stool, but besidesPleasure this berry can bring with it heartburn and eructation. As for the melon, it is usually absorbed well - it contains many food enzymes that are close in composition to those found in the intestines. Similar properties and aubergines. But raspberries, especially on an empty stomach, can provoke a quickening of the stool.

In general, even the freshest and juiciest fruits and vegetablesShould not fill the entire diet, because in plant foods there is no important component for us - protein. But protein is the main building material for cells, which helps them to actively update. So be sure to include in your menu and meat and fish.

In addition, overlapping only one groupProducts and trying to provide themselves with vitamins, you can achieve the opposite result - the disproportion of vitamins. After all, everything is interconnected and calculated in the body, and if one component does not exist and another appears in excess, the balance will break and instead of feeling well, gastrointestinal upset will result.

This does not mean that instead of a summer menu in whichInclude cucumbers and tomatoes need to give preference to pasta and fried chicken. Simply make up your menu correctly - so that it contains proteins, carbohydrates, and vitamins. Remember: with proper nutrition, you need to eat at least 400-450 grams of vegetables, fruits and berries every day. And then you can safely say that they switched to a healthy diet.

Thank you for your help in preparing the material of the leading member of the Research Institute of Biomedical Problems, Deputy Head of the Department of Nutrition and Gastroenterology Boris Afonin.

Julia Ratina

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