there is nothing quite such a crisp cob of sweet corn. But if you have stomach
ulcer, it’s important to make sure everything in your diet is OK to eat.
Certain foods have an effect to make the disease worse, making the recovery
take longer to heal. How about corn? Is it actually bad for stomach ulcers?
actually a healthy vegetable loaded with several nutrients, though it is high
in starch (a kind of carbohydrate). Its high carbohydrate property is a good
way to keep you full of energy throughout the day.
vegetable is not as popular as spinach and kale that have better reputations as
top nutrition stars, but it also has something to count. It provides vitamins
(B and C), as well as a few important minerals (potassium and magnesium) .
B is involved in our energy metabolism. Vitamin C is an immune system booster;
it’s important in our cell repair and also plays a key role to help fight
aging. Magnesium is required to help support muscle contraction and nerve
color of corn provides lutein and zeaxanthin, both are carotenoids (antioxidants).
Dietary intake of antioxidants is important for your eye health, especially carotenoids
. Most carotenoids found in corn are lutein and zeaxanthin, accounting for
about 70 percent.
cup serving of corn contains for about 3 grams of fiber. This is a good way to
help manage your healthy weight. Diet high in fiber is also good to maintain
blood sugar and cholesterol levels.
starchy food can be part of your healthy meal plan, though portion size
matters. It is high in starch, eating too much starch is bad for your weight
control – so, consume it in moderation!
ulcer is an open sore that forms on your stomach lining. The ulcer itself is
medically called ‘peptic ulcer’, which also can occur on the inside lining of
the small intestine’s upper portion (this is called duodenal ulcer).
sore develops along the path for what you eat and drink travel during
digestion. So it could be quite painful if you consume foods /beverages that
irritate the lesion. The good news, many people with the disease can still eat
normally — whatever they want as long as they stick to a healthy-balanced
no single formula of stomach ulcer diet that works for everyone since this may
vary from patient to patient. For example, many people with ulcer can eat
chocolate in moderation with no problems, but it could be a trigger for
heartburn flare-up for some.
Although stomach ulcer diet can vary, certain foods are often to blame for triggering /worsening the symptoms.
general, experts recommend avoiding foods and drinks that can cause a spike in
your stomach acid production, hurt /irritate your stomach lining, and cause
upset stomach /unpleasant side effects (heartburn, for example). Typically,
- High-fat and greasy foods. They’re likely to stay longer in your stomach since they’re usually not easy to digest. This stimulates more stomach acid production.
- Acidic foods, including citrus fruits, which are bad for heartburn (one of common stomach ulcer symptoms).
- Spicy foods, they could be an irritant for your stomach lining especially if you eat them a lot at one time.
- Alcohol and high-caffeine drinks, though drinking tea in moderation probably is still OK for some people with ulcers.
comes to stomach ulcer diet, acidic foods are considered bad because they may
aggravate several symptoms of the disease. But what to understand, acidic foods
won’t cause a significant effect to make stomach become more acidic, contrary
to popular belief.
stomach is naturally designed to secrete a powerful ’very acidic’ substance
called ‘hydrochloric acid (HCl)’ during the process of digestion. The pH of
this substance is between 0.1 and 1.0 which is probably the most acidic thing
known. HCl is one of the main components for gastric juice with pH of about
2.0! With digestive enzymes, digestive juice processes what you eat and drink.
you know that the digestive liquids of the stomach are already very acidic.
Eating acidic foods actually don’t have a significant effect to make the
stomach to turn into more acidic. It’s similar to throwing a gallon of salt
water into the sea, not carrying much of an effect .
diet may drive more production of stomach acid, making the stomach to become
more acidic which is bad if you have stomach ulcers. What and how you eat
general, corn is safe for most people. Even it contains a number of healthy
properties as mentioned before. Furthermore it is not as acidic as you think.
It’s moderately acidic, which should be safe for anyone. Even sweet corn, harvested
early (earlier than field corn), is moderately alkaline – also it’s a healthy