chew corn longer, probably it’s OK with ulcers. Eating corn without empty
stomach might help, too. But when you chew it long enough and you still find
that it provokes your ulcer symptoms, avoid it.
do find that corns don’t aggravate your ulcer symptoms, it’s still important to
follow healthy ways to prepare and eat them. First off, ingredients play a
for example, are now often added too much sodium (salt) and sugar to enhance
the flavor. Even some contain high trans-fats which can cause upset stomach and
worsen stomach ulcer symptoms. To make seasoning stick, some are sprayed with
oil after popping.
also some with too much butter. Butter hosts extra calories and saturated fats.
Instead, try with olive, garlic, basil, and paprika for a different flavor —
without adding excessive fats, salts, sugars, or extra carbohydrates.
So if you’re a fan of popcorn, choose some that are less spicy (low in salt and sugar), low /free of trans-fat, or free of other bad things for stomach ulcers.
it’d better to eat corn cooked than raw. Although corn raw is sweet and crunchy
(often incorporated in dishes such as salads), it could cause negative
reactions when your stomach is not ready enough especially when you have open
sores on your stomach lining.
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