Nutrition tips in the small intestine output
The artificial outlet in the area of the small intestine or at the beginning of the large intestine is the bowel after surgery for a while until he switched to the modified digestion. In the first time of the bowel movement can be thin, later, he should be a thick liquid. Since the colon is not happening, it can, however, be no fixed, regular bowel movement formed. Especially in the initial phase of the intestine is not yet able to provide all nutrients in adequate quantity. Some of the tips will help, however, to support the gut just at this time, and to provide the body as well as possible with food:
- Drink plenty of fluids – approximately 2 litres per day. Drink preferably SIP between meals and little meals. They prefer acid, tea and mineral water without gas. Also, broth and sports drinks (isotonic drinks) are a good choice because they contain a lot of electrolytes.
- Distribute food intake evenly throughout the day (5-6 meals). Eat slowly and chew well.
- Try to eat as many whole grain products as these help the chair to thicken. Please pay attention to the fact that the cereal is finely ground. Coarse grains of bread is usually less digestible. In the case of very liquid stool, in particular, cooked brown rice, or porridges, and soups, cereal flakes, meal or meal is recommended.
- You prepare the food first of all, low in fat, and choose gentle cooking methods like Stewing and Steaming or preparation in the pressure cooker.
- You should not tolerate raw fruits and vegetables well, cook it a little. Later, you can then try again and again, on raw food.
- Avoid hard-to-digest, slag-rich and fiber-containing food. For this purpose, the asparagus, the skin of tomatoes, mushrooms, fruit peel, oranges, pineapple, nuts, Popcorn, and tough meats. These fibers can clog the Stoma and lead to a so-called “Stoma closure”.
- You test very acid foods and beverages such as orange juice, tomatoes from the rich, etc. careful, this can irritate the Stoma.
Compatibility depends on your own body
Many of those Affected can expect detailed instructions on how to in the future, in terms of nutritional behaviour. Although tips on how can be above helpful, however, such as the intestine, some foods can tolerate, can individually be very different. Therefore, you should test for themselves what to tolerate and what you less well. You can not be under the influence of the advice of other – each body reacts differently. Too many well-intentioned tips often lead to a strong restriction of the choice of Food. The body is then no longer supplied possibly with all the nutrients and makes the food less enjoyable. You should have permanent symptoms such as diarrhoea or constipation, or, increasingly, to lose weight, it is advisable to consult your physician or a Dietitian to seek, through targeted diet and therapeutic measures to tackle the problems.
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