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Diet for intestinal TB patients

By Daniel Disusa       Aug 05, 2015



Diet for intestinal TB patients



Balanced diet plans are crucial to every one of us, the reason why physicians around the world are now keen on recommending both medications and diet changes simultaneously. This augments the healing process and helps patients regain their health with the aid of effective medicines and nutritious foods. However, when it comes to dealing with debilitating disease conditions like intestinal tuberculosis, diet plans are increasingly significant, as the symptoms can drain out considerable amounts of nutrients from the body, thereby causing weight loss and malnutrition. Day-to-day medications are indispensable to beat active tuberculosis conditions. But the right nutrition can speed-up the treatment process, along with helping patients fight off the disease. Intestinal tuberculosis is a long-term disease condition, and has to be fought with the aid specialised medications. Nutritious diets can help make patients’ body capable to combat intestinal tuberculosis conditions. Malnutrition and weight loss can result in exacerbations of intestinal tuberculosis conditions. Moreover, such patients are more susceptible to relapses and reinfections that might eventually result in grave consequences. Weight loss and malnutrition can lead to decrease of immunity, the reason why balanced and healthy diet plans are crucial to defending intestinal TB conditions. Hence, in order to help get the adequate supply of vitamins, minerals, and other nutrients that are necessary to combat active intestinal tuberculosis conditions, and to gain the strength and stamina to live a healthy and happy life, patients are advised to carefully follow a diet plan that contains a variety of nutritious foods such as

 

  1. Leafy vegetable such as kale and spinach, as they are rich in iron and vitamin B

  2. While grains such as whole wheat pastas, breads, as well as cereals

  3. Carrots, peppers, tomatoes, blueberries, and cherries for being abundant in antioxidants

  4. Replace butter with olive oil and vegetable oil, as they contain unsaturated fats

 

That said, comprehensive knowledge of what to avoid too is of great significance. Here are some factors that might ruin a chosen diet plan:

  1. Tobacco

  2. Alcohol

  3. Caffeinated drinks

  4. Sugar, white breads, white rice

  5. Foods with high-fat, high-cholesterol

More information can be obtained on https://www.gutpeople.net a bespoke social networking website, developed solely for gastroenterologists around the world. GI health care experts who specialize in GI disorders can register with The Gut People and start interacting with top GI experts around the world, on various commonly found gastrointestinal disorders like inflammatory bowel disease and intestinal tuberculosis. The Gut People is also equipped with unique functionalities that help download informative documents on gastrointestinal disorders, as well as their comprehensive diagnosis steps and advance treatment methods.

 For more info: https://www.gutpeople.net



  
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