What food to eat and to avoid?
I have heard that specific things you eat can shorten the treatment.what food should I eat or avoid please?
1 answers - 2016-12-05
It’s important for you to find out and avoid foods that can aggravate your symptoms. The common foods and drinks that were found to exacerbate prostatitis symptoms include the following: All spicy foods are not allowed, like pepper, chili, onion, curry, garlic, ginger, and other instant seasoning contains spicy that is purchased from supermarket. Alcoholic beverages, caffeine, tea, acidic foods, wheat, gluten, fish and seafood should be avoided. But oil is ok and it would be better less than 6 spoons per day. Salt and the vinegar are ok. To have a better recovery, it is important to eat a healthy diet as part of managing your prostatitis. Try to take in plenty of whole and natural foods such as the following: Vegetables (especially cruciferous vegetables): Chinese cabbage, cucumber, celery, lotus root, cauliflower, broccoli, lettuce, tomato, potato, mushroom, mushroom, cabbage, green beans, pumpkin, eggplant, wax gourd and so on are ok to eat. Fruits (but avoid acidic fruits if they affect your prostatitis): kiwi fruit, apple, pear, peach, watermelon, grape, banana, pineapple, strawberry, cherry, orange, pawpaw, coconut, mango are ok to eat. Beans: all beans are ok to eat. Egg: all eggs are ok to eat, including the egg from chicken, but the chicken is not allowed. Meat: all meat from pig is ok. Nuts: all nuts are ok to eat. Milk: all dairy products are not allowed. But plant milk like soy milk, coconut milk and so on is ok. The foods mentioned above can help you reduce inflammation in your body. Besides, it is essential to drink more water to help flush out the bacteria. Additionally, food intolerance or food allergies can also contribute to prostatitis. If you think that a food allergy or intolerance could be the cause of exacerbating your prostatitis symptoms, try an elimination diet or consider undergoing allergy testing. Some tests like the ALCAT test do throw out false positives and can be costly, so trying an elimination diet might be a good start. By getting your diet under control and eliminating foods that could be causing your prostatitis symptoms, you are going to feel a lot better as a whole.Released in 2016-12-06