By Smita Dey
Today’s dinner ideas for gastritis can manage or reduce the signs and symptoms of gastritis. So, you don’t need to be worried about your gastritis problems.
Certain types of foods can soothe the sufferings of certain types of health issues. I personally try to depend on my diet not on the medicine. So, today’s effort is to give you some ideas as you can choose the right food for you at dinner and avoid some foods that increase your gastritis symptoms.
“Gastritis is believed to affect half of the people worldwide. In 2013 there were approximately 90 million new cases of the condition.”
Two causes, among various causes of gastritis, are irregular meals and unhealthy diet. So, regular meals and healthy diet truly play a vital role for gastric patients. It is really important for us to know the right foods for gastritis. With the choice of the right foods, you can lessen your symptoms.
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For gastric patients, there is no option to skip dinner. I hope you already know the Importance of Dinner for healthy life from my another article. We know, irregular meals are one reason of gastritis; so you must take your meal regularly. It is also helpful if you have five to six smaller meals every few hours including your dinner on regular time.
Healthy diet is mandatory for all even you don’t have gastritis. If you have gastritis or you are trying to avoid gastric in near future you need to pay attention on your food choice. Healthy dinner ideas for gastritis can help you to get relief and manage the symptoms of gastritis.
Some foods are important to check and lessen symptoms of gastritis. These foods are crucial for you to get relief from the symptoms. Let’s see the type and name of some foods and know why these are important for you.
Fiber regulates your bowel movement. Fiber is the fuel the colon cells use to keep them healthy. Seeds, grains, and legumes are high in fiber.
Lean proteins repair the gut wall and treat digestive issues like leaky gut syndrome which can trigger inflammation. Grass-fed meat, wild-caught fish, cage free eggs are the source of protein helping you to manage your gastritis symptoms.
Omega-3 fatty acids are anti-inflammatory. These are beneficial for gastritis. Salmon and sardines are the source of fatty acids.
Vegetables are low in fat and sugar. These help reducing stomach acid. Green beans, broccoli, asparagus, cauliflower, leafy greens, potatoes are the good options. Try to keep one or two of these everyday alternatively on your dinner plate. 
Rice provides glucose, main dietary source of energy for your body. According to the National Digestive Diseases Information Clearinghouse, rice is the only grain that does not stimulate gas production in digestive track.
Fruits are an important source of antioxidants. ‘Fiber-rich fruits and vegetables may expedite recovery from stomach ulcers, states the University of Maryland Medical Center, which reduce your risk for developing one in the first place.’ Apples, pears, artichokes, peas are good examples.
You can get natural anti-inflammatory properties in ginger. It can heal heartburn and other gastrointestinal problems.
Raw and cooked garlic is considered as the natural remedy for GI troubles. It is a natural anti-inflammatory. It also has some antibiotic properties. Some experts believe that raw garlic might even be able to help reduce H. pylori bacteria and inhibit the growth of other harmful bacteria in the microbiome.
Many people can’t tolerate lactose. Lactose intolerance means lacking in an enzyme to digest lactose, a sugar in cow’s milk. In this case, you can choose soy based milk. Soy protein contains all the essential amino acids that your body needs.
According to the National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine, probiotics may help restore balance in our intestinal tract and alleviate the affects of harmful bacteria. These may also help to reduce chronic stomach inflammation, abdominal cramps associated with irritable bowel syndrome and diarrhea. Yogurt and kefir are the best sources of probiotics. These also contain protein and calcium.
These foods will help you to have a healthy life managing your gastritis symptoms. Try to have these at your dinner time to assure your healthy diet. These are also essential for your lunch and other meals.
In the above discussion, we have seen what foods are good for you while you are suffering from gastritis. Now, let’s see the worse foods which you should avoid for gastritis. Here are these.
Fried foods worsen the digestive system. These are high in trans fat which slow down digestive process and produce excessive acid.
Processed foods are rich in acid generating foods like refined sugar, flour, preservatives. These increase the acid level in the body. 
Chocolate can trigger digestive symptoms like heartburn and upset stomach.
Raw vegetables can contain a lot of insoluble fiber that, like corn, can cause bloating, gas, diarrhea, and cramps when they pass through your system undigested.
Carbonated drinks increase pressure level within the stomach resulting an increased production of gastric acids. Avoid these drink and drink more pure water.
Alcohol increases gastric acid. It also dehydrates the body. Try to avoid alcohol while you are suffering with gastritis.
Because of lactose, the sugar found in milk, dairy products are hard to digest resulting gas and bloating. So, try to avoid dairy products. It is good for you to have hard cheese and yogurt as these are llactose-free
Highly acidic fruits worsen GERD symptoms. Avoid orange, grapefruit, lemons, lime, pineapple and tomatoes if you have gastric problems.
Caffeine in coffee increases the secretion of gastric acid. So it is not wise to have coffee.
As these increase your gastritis symptoms, avoid these foods to feel better. You can notice avoiding these, you won’t hamper your health. Maximum of these cannot be considered as healthy foods. So, it is wise for you to avoid the mentioned foods.
Here are some recipes name with ingredients as you can have a delicious and healthy dinner overcoming your gastritis issues. The essential foods or nutrients are already discussed. Only these nutrients and ingredients are chosen for the below-mentioned recipes.
Please keep in mind, only the names and ingredients are mentioned here as you can have an idea what recipe you can make with these nutrients. You will get the cooking method of these recipes in one of my next writings. So let’s see the recipes name:
From the name of the recipe, you can notice you need rice, green bean, peanut and vegetables to prepare the recipe. The importance of all these ingredients is already discussed. Your required protein, fiber, energy and fat are available in this recipe.
You can prepare the recipe with chicken, barley, carrot, and broccoli. It takes only five minutes to take. This recipe assures your protein, fiber and vitamins.
Pumpkin and ginger are the main ingredients of the soup. You already know the role of ginger managing your gastritis symptoms. Pumpkin is also good for bowel regulation and controls stomach acid in gastritis. You need spring onion, sesame seed and extra virgin olive oil for the recipe preparation.
You can try these recipes at your dinner time or lunch time to have delicious and healthy diet. As focal point of today’s discussion is to give you an idea what foods are good and what are bad for you for gastritis, and only few recipes names are shared. So don’t think these are only helpful recipes for you. You can have more recipe names with cooking process for your gastritis issues very soon.
Hope, you can now differentiate easily what foods you should eat to manage your gastritis and what you shouldn’t. You can be assured, following these ideas you won’t be deprived from a healthy and better life.The discussion is not only for the patients of gastritis. It’s for all as you all can take the steps of caution to keep you safe from gastritis. So, you can share this with all as they can have the benefit of the discussion to protect themselves from gastritis or manage their gastritis symptoms.
By Smita Dey Post : Nov 15, 2018
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