Pancreatitis diet foods to avoid

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Avatar f tn yogurt, milk(lonly a cup a day), soft cheese, bread, cookies, donuts all the junk food. candy, chocolate. avoid processed meat like bologna, hotdogs, etc. Foods that are fine: all veggies except corn, mostly colorful veggies, two small pieces of fruit a day . lean meats like chicken, pork, fish .. eat avacados they help lower trig too. also take 3000 to 4000mg omega -3- you will lose wt on this diet for sure. make sure you eat protein at every meal to help keep you muscle.
793908 tn?1294708709 Some people do give dogs garlic, and the dogs seem to be ok, but I always think it's best to avoid it. As I said, dogs' sense of taste and smell is something like a hundred times more powerful than ours, so they get the taste of their food very well, and don't need any added seasonings. If she's eating the Hills I/D (that's the prescription diet the vet recommended after her pancreatitis attack?) without any problems, then that's good. Stick to it.
Avatar n tn Thanks Margie I have nagging pain almost everyday, sometimes in my stomach and sometimes in my back, I am being very careful with what I eat, No fried foods and low to no fatty foods. Last summer I realized I was getting addicted to pain meds so I stopped taking any narcotics. I have good days and bad ones.
Avatar n tn Yikes, has your friend been to a dietician? Has her dr told her some of the obvious foods that would make her sick. Is the pancreatitis caused by her diabetes or gastroenteritis? Is she type II, non insulin dependent? The magic thing to say to try and fix all is avoid everything that makes you sick, but of course when everything makes you sick then what? Personally I think she should eat very small meals and a lot of them, due all her stomach issues.
902019 tn?1249865014 Fatty or rich foods obviously best to avoid, particularly if you're in the midst of a flareup. I can eat pretty much any foods, though I watch fat and go easy on quantities in general. If you are indeed diagnosed with AIP, the steroid treatment will reduce inflammation and you likely will be able to eat with less pain.
Avatar n tn I agree with Nanny on the diet. Except that I do include dairy products in my diet. And some red meats. On OCASSION, I will eat some 4% hamburger, but not often. I also have found that a small portion of filet mignion is not that bad. But I do not have it that often. When I say not that bad, it means that I still have pain with it, but I am too young to totally give up on the foods I love in life.
Avatar f tn A partial answer, since I don't know all of what you have to avoid, would be that a diet based on the whole foods concept should help some. The whole foods concept is based on the idea of eating foods as close to how you get them from nature as possible without processing them. Going gluten free has helped several of my conditions, including pre-diabetes. I went gluten free for other health reasons and had many benefits.
Avatar m tn I find these help alot to keep the pain under control, but I also have to control my diet and avoid fatty foods and wheat products. I am still under investigation and seeking a second opinion to get a definate diagnosis. Best of luck for the future. I hope you eventually find a cure.
Avatar f tn It seems like I have a problem if I eat too much fat, or not enough. I can't seem to get my diet right in order to correct my system. It seems like what I eat has an effect but I can't seem to predict what is going to work and what won't. Has anybody else had this issue? Any suggestions on how much fat to eat? I'm desperate for my body to equal itself out.
Avatar n tn Now I have no problems with dairy foods or sugar and have never been told to avoid these. Quite frankly, I don't think I could live without them. But I eat low fat or fat free dairy products. Egg beaters, fat free ice cream, 2% cheeses. I would NOT be drinking or ingesting Olive Oil at this time. It is hecka high in fat and high fat is the LAST thing you need in your body after an attack. My worst attack kept me in the hospital for 9 days. I understand you have other children at home.
Avatar f tn 1) Is it me, or did I miss an answer regarding my chronic pancreatitis? 2) my doctor gave a basic more fiber, way less salt, practically no butter and absolutely only skim milk and no other dairy products and of course hurry up and get those sugars straightened out! I am trying (a typical blood glucose count for me is in the low 200's). Is this diet what the doctor's can offer me to fend off the pain?
Avatar f tn I originally intended to do this diet for 14+ days, however I was so miserable I didn't last but 7 days even though I was highly motivated. I was having another severe episode from my RA and needed relief. Losing weight was only a secondary reason for the diet. I was hungry all the time and it was extremely difficult to stay on the diet. After work I would go home and crash on the sofa from exhaustion.
Avatar n tn heart palptations, have had a slight drop in bp, my heart rates slower then usual,, at one point my sugar levels were very low, had hyperglycemia symptoms( these symptoms are ok now), also have mildly raised liver enzymes for many years (ALT levels, diagnosed with fatty liver). have lost weight (maybe due to change in diet). got white dots on my finger nails. other blood results also showing abnormal bone profile and was positive for antimitochondrial antibody (twice).
Avatar n tn When I was diagnosed with Acute Pancreatitis I was on a CLEAR LIQUID diet for two weeks. If you find out you do have Pancreatitis you might want to ask your doctor about digestive enzymes. Although it doesn't take the pain completely away, the pain is much more tolerable. Best of luck to you and Happy Holidays!
Avatar n tn Are these instuctions to eat a low fat diet temporary until the stones pass, or is this a diet you will need to adopt for good? Non fatty foods would be any fruits and vegetables (except avacados), skim milk, low or no fat dairy products (2% cheese), chicken or turkey white breast meat without the skin, pretzels, yogurt, rice, pasta, and spaghetti sauce to name a few.
Avatar n tn and you know what?....he still suffers from pain and experiences problems with certain foods. Wow what a solution to his problem. The "gallbladder flush" I am referring to consists of virgin cold-pressed olive oil and the juice of fresh lemon. There are also herbs available that one can take for about a month prior to doing the flush that help break up and stones for easier passing. Do you or have you ever discussed the "gallbladder flush" with your patients?
Avatar n tn Gall Bladder attack or cholic, it is very painful, put it into your search engine then you can print out foods you can eat and what to avoid, dont eat in the evening, eat early no Dairy no wheat, go on a low fat diet try apple juice when it is hurting, Cucumbers are good to help also Beets, it is all to do with youer eating, small meals , you can fast to get rid of the pain for a day or two. There is a lot of information out there.
688980 tn?1229285580 This organ is the one that digests fat. Second, you should eat liquid foods whitch are easier to digest. Keep away from sugars and refined foods, coffee and alkohol. Also I always recommend Ulmus rubra (slippery elm) for your intestins. Please take my advise and find a naturopath, he or she will help you get better.
Avatar n tn It may not affect you the night you drink it, but in time, it will get to you. I live on a diet of 25 grams of fat or less a day. I eat fat free foods, drink fat free milk and use a fat free (heart smart) margerine substitute. I have been hospitalized in the last year 3 times. My amylase and lipase levels the last time were 2000 and 5000. Not a typo. I am under going another ERCP in 6 days and the dr. told me to plan on being in the hospital for about 2 weeks.
541150 tn?1306037443 IBD, being that it's basically food allergy, is all about diet, so he has told me to get E.N instead of Z.D to see how kitty's body reacts to it. Trust me, if I have to have them perform the endoscopy I will, but the vet isn't too happy about it. He knows which cells are the trouble makers, and he even explained to me how they work, basically how they "think", so lets hope my cat gets better. He is young, and he's got that going for him. Please let us know how your puppy is doing.
Avatar n tn i know that it is not 100% accurate and the stones can come back within in 5 years but i plan to stay on a diet and never go back to my old diet. and besides if they docome back couldnt i just the shock again? and if not possible when where and do you recommend any doctors to do my surgery?
Avatar n tn If doc is saying he has an allergy to a food u should avoid it. Rather do that than to have your child in pain plus it could get worse and he could start having breathing issues or have scar tissue build up in throat like my son. Good luck and may your son get well.
Avatar n tn Most importantly, avoid skipping meals as this will definitely aggravate your ulcer. Also avoid fatty foods for now as it may trigger pain if the case is pancreatitis. Please consult your gastroenterologist for further tests and treatment. HOPE THIS HELPS...LET US KNOW...
Avatar n tn I told her what the ER doc told me, that I would need to have my gall bladder removed, but she says her friend, who is merely a dietician, says that as long as I avoid fatty foods and all this other junk, I will be fine. So… a physical therapist and a dietician know MORE about gallstones than an actual medical doctor working in a hospital emergency room? Yeah, right. So all I have to do is cut most of the fat from my diet and I’ll be just fine?
936335 tn?1246415831 I keep a food journal to try to avoid different foods that causes the trigger. But the pain is so severe that is debilates me for the remainder of the day and causes severe back pain on the left side of my back near my spine. If I take whatever stomach medicine I am trying at the time, my enzymes to break the food down, and pain medicine then I can usually function pretty well without going into that severe pain.
Avatar f tn Foods to Avoid Feeding Your Pet Alcoholic beverages Avocado Chocolate (all forms) Coffee (all forms) Fatty foods Macadamia nuts Moldy or spoiled foods Onions, onion powder Raisins and grapes Salt Yeast dough Garlic Products sweetened with xylitol
Avatar n tn A low-fat, fibre-rich diet can make a BIG difference. If you eliminate fried foods from your diet and start with bland foods only, you may get to a point where you have no pain. Then you can add new items to see how you feel. Less than 30 grams of fat per day is a great starting point. Some argue that high-fibre diets can be harmful but they never seem to have any evidence to support that.
Avatar m tn My doctor told me to stay on a blunt diet, and avoid Richy spicy foods. My doctor gave me no other medicines. But since yesterday I am feeling heavy cramps( not pain to be specific) which is coming upto the chest ! Also my back is paining( around spinal cords I Guess, I have no idea where the pain is actually happening on my back). What is this all about? Can erosive gastritis cause death? Can gas cause heart attack?Cause it is coming upto the chest! Is it pancreatitis? What should I do?
Avatar f tn Fruits such as apple, banana, melon, papaya, and blueberries are fine to include in the diet in small amounts. Avoid avocados, which are high in fat. Meat can be fed either raw or cooked. Certain types of cooking, such as boiling and skimming off the fat, can be used to reduce the amount of fat, while other types, such as frying in oil, will increase the amount of fat. You can buy less expensive, fattier cuts of meat if you remove the fat by cooking or trimming before feeding.
Avatar m tn have them check your amylase & lipase. i have pain like that and my amylase is slightly elevated & i have bouts of mild pancreatitis. i've changed my diet avoid fatty foods & the pain is better...i can link it to eating poorly. good luck.