Digestive Health Regimen Daily Guidelines
Digestive Health Regimen daily guidelines have been most helpful for those with recurrent gastrointestinal problems, especially diarrhea and constipation, food intolerance or sensitivity (allergies); chemical or environmental sensitivities; and chronic headache of unknown etiology.
The diet is low lactose, low fat, gluten free and usually well tolerated. Below is an example of dietary guidelines for a digestive health regimen.
Diet Summary for a Digestive Health Regimen
Meat, Fish Poultry
Chicken, turkey, all legumes, dried peas and lentils, cold-water fish, such as salmon, halibut and mackerel.
Red meats, cold cuts, frankfurter, sausage, canned meats, eggs.
Unsweetened, live-culture yogurt, Milk substitutes such as rice milk, nut milks and soy beverages
Milk, cheese, ice-cream, cream, non-dairy creamers
Whole grains that are Gluten Free
White or sweet potato, rice, tapioca, gluten-free products
All gluten containing products
All vegetables, preferably fresh, frozen or freshly juiced
Creamed or in casseroles, Canned vegetables
Unsweetened fruit or vegetable juices, water, non-citrus herbal tea
Milk coffee, tea, cocoa, Alcoholic beverages, soda pop, sweetened beverages, citrus
Unsweetened fresh, frozen, or water-packed, canned fruits excluding citrus and strawberries
Fruit drinks containing sugar and high fructose corn syrup, citrus, strawberries, dried fruit
Cold/expeller pressed, unrefined, canola, flax, olive or sunflower oils, ghee, sesame, flax, pumpkin, squash seeds/butters, salad dressings made from allowed ingredients
Margarine, shortening, unclarified butter, refined oils, peanuts, salad dressings and spreads
Clear, vegetable-based broth, homemade vegetarian soups
Canned and cream soups
A healthy diet along with a colon cleanse or body cleanse may help reset digestion and get you back on track to enjoy better all-around health.
This information has not been evaluated by the FDA and is not intended to diagnose, treat or cure disease.
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