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ceecee38

730d

what to eat with gastroparesis

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    • cellar

      726d

      really depends on what u can tolerate, i know everyone with gp can tolerate different things the typical diet that was told to me when i was diagnosed was everything needs to be low fat and low fiber, no raw fruits or vegetables, any cooked/canned fruits or veggies need to have the skin removed (all of those things are difficult to digest). usually they recommend avoiding lots of spice i do best with soft, mild foods and liquids ! i used to have a lot of luck with baby food and that is commonly recommended as it’s easier to digest ! they have some pretty good puffs and snack type things these days!

    • cellar

      726d

      really depends on what u can tolerate, i know everyone with gp can tolerate different things the typical diet that was told to me when i was diagnosed was everything needs to be low fat and low fiber, no raw fruits or vegetables, any cooked/canned fruits or veggies need to have the skin removed (all of those things are difficult to digest). usually they recommend avoiding lots of spice i do best with soft, mild foods and liquids ! i used to have a lot of luck with baby food and that is commonly recommended as it’s easier to digest ! they have some pretty good puffs and snack type things these days!

    • ceecee38

      727d

      🤗thank you so much I appreciate it

    • BoomerangValentine

      730d

      I can only handle really bland things. Soft simple carbs (white rice, mashed potatoes, etc), applesauce, small amounts of banana, snacks that can dissolve (rice puffs, snacks designed for toddlers, etc), very small amounts of peanut butter (hard but good for protein, calories, fat). I can’t tolerate Ensure or Boost anymore, but they were helpful when I could. I hope you can find things that don’t make you too sick :)

    • Aramis

      730d

      Avavcados, leafy vegetables (spinach kale, etc), cashews, tuna fish, flaxseed, pumpkin seeds, Dark Chocolate, legumes, tofu, and who grains

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