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Food Habits for Piles

Date: 14 Sep 2009   Posted By: Aswini     Group: Health    Category: Nutrition   

Dear Sir/Madam

I wanted a complete diet chart or food suggestion for a piles patient.Thanks in advance.

Author: Dr Sachine (Eye Retina Surgeon)    15 Sep 2009      Member Level: Gold     Points : 5  (Rs 3)    Voting Score: 0

. Avoid Constipation and Stress.
• Eat green vegetables & a lot of fibres. This will make stools softer & there will be less pain in piles & fissures.
• Avoid spicy food, non-vegtarian food. Non-vegtarian food contains less fibres. Fibres make it easy to pass stools. Use whole wheat to make rotis.
. Avoid junk food - bread, wafers, kurkure,etc.
. Eat a lot of salad, fruits like banana, mango, orange. Prefer to eat whole fruit rather than drinking juice. This again gives you a lot of fibres.
. Bitter gourd is good for piles.
. Read my resource on piles & bitter gourd
. You can use Isab-gol in lukewarm water at bedtime
. You should eat food rich in iron like almonds, figs, dates, apple, etc to prevent anaemia as you will be losing blood through stools

Author: bharti    16 Sep 2009      Member Level: Gold     Points : 1    Voting Score: 0

Avoid Vegetable having seeds, Drink Maximum of water and Juice. Eat lot of salads

Author: Hafeezur Rahman P    29 Sep 2009      Member Level: Diamond     Points : 2    Voting Score: 0

Hi Aswini,

* Daily drink lemon juice making it boil and let cool then drink later...

* Drink water as much as you can daily

* Try to eat Salad, Vegetables and Green leaves items

* Eat any one fruit per day

* Banana also good for it

* Butter and Butter milk items are good too.

Nothing to worry...worry creates more problems physically and mentally.

Hafeezur Rahman

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