it’s bad to drink citrus and pineapple juices with ulcers, other fruit juices
are OK as long as they are less acidic. A few good options include; aloe,
carrot, avocado, spinach, watermelon, or pear juices.
same goes for smoothies. Look for low-acid fruits, and combine with
nutrient-dense vegetables such as kale, wheatgrass, and spinach. Also, add
sugar as low as possible. Although sugar doesn’t aggravate ulcer symptoms, too
much sugar consumption may cause upset stomach.
pH of water is 7, neutral. It is one of the best ways to maintain the pH
balance of your body, including stomach. Drinking water is the simplest way to
help dilute your stomach acid.
always drink enough water every day! Even drinking at least 1/2 gallon (about 8
cups) of water daily is important when your stomach ulcer flares up.
way you drink your beverages matters, too. Even though what you drink is Ok
with stomach ulcer, it might become counterproductive and cause negative
reaction if you drink it in inappropriate ways. Here are a few tips:
- Sit with a straight back when
drinking. This is important to avoid acid reflux.
- Never drinking or eating late at
- Don’t drink an extreme amount or
- Keep hydrated, drink enough water
throughout the day!
However, not all beverages affect everyone the same way — there is no single formula for everyone! Still, you may need to learn which ones that really have an effect on your stomach ulcer symptoms.