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Diet For Ulcers And Gastritis

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What is a diet for stomach ulcers and gastritis?

A diet for ulcers and gastritis is a meal plan that limits foods that irritate your stomach. Certain foods may worsen symptoms such as stomach pain, bloating, heartburn, or indigestion.

Which foods should I limit or avoid?

You may need to avoid acidic, spicy, or high-fat foods. Not all foods affect everyone the same way. You will need to learn which foods worsen your symptoms and limit those foods. The following are some foods that may worsen ulcer or gastritis symptoms:

  • Beverages to avoid:
    • Whole milk and chocolate milk
    • Hot cocoa and cola
    • Any beverage with caffeine
    • Regular and decaffeinated coffee
    • Peppermint and spearmint tea
    • Green and black tea, with or without caffeine
    • Orange and grapefruit juices
    • Drinks that contain alcohol
  • Spices and seasonings to avoid:
    • Black and red pepper
    • Chili powder
    • Mustard seed and nutmeg
  • Other foods to avoid:
    • Dairy foods made from whole milk or cream
    • Chocolate
    • Spicy or strongly flavored cheeses, such as jalapeno or black pepper
    • Highly seasoned, high-fat meats, such as sausage, salami, bacon, ham, and cold cuts
    • Hot chiles and peppers
    • Tomato products, such as tomato paste, tomato sauce, or tomato juice

Treatment options

The following list of medications are in some way related to or used in the treatment of this condition.

  • Protonix
  • pantoprazole
  • Carafate
  • Protonix IV
  • Tagamet HB

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Which foods can I eat and drink?

Eat a variety of healthy foods from all the food groups. Eat fruits, vegetables, whole grains, and fat-free or low-fat dairy foods. Whole grains include whole-wheat breads, cereals, pasta, and brown rice. Choose lean meats, poultry (chicken and turkey), fish, beans, eggs, and nuts. A healthy meal plan is low in unhealthy fats, salt, and added sugar. Healthy fats include olive oil and canola oil. Ask your dietitian for more information about a healthy meal plan.

What other guidelines may be helpful?

  • Do not eat right before bedtime. Stop eating at least 2 hours before bedtime.
  • Eat small, frequent meals. Your stomach may tolerate small, frequent meals better than large meals.

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Last Updated: Jul 05, 2023


Stomach ulcers are essentially open sores within the lining of the stomach. They are a type of peptic ulcers caused either by inflammation or by the erosion from stomach acids. They can be very painful considering the amount of acid present in the stomach. Individuals suffering from peptic ulcers are given antibiotics to reduce the secretion of acid in the stomach. To enhance the remedy from medication, they are advised to follow a diet that also seeks to block stomach acid. Some of the foods that are known to do so are as follows.
Flavonoids – Flavonoids are gastro-protective meaning they defend the stomach’s lining, heal ulcers and prevent them from forming. Grapes, broccoli, apples, legumes, kale, berries and tea (particularly green tea) are rich sources of flavonoids.
Probiotics – Probiotics are known to enhance recovery when complemented with antibiotics. Probiotics are yeast and other microorganisms that provide the digestive tract with necessary microbes. Food sources rich in probiotics are buttermilk, yogurt and kefir.
Honey – Honey, a natural sweetener, is a potent antibacterial which is known to inhibit the growth of the bacteria responsible for causing peptic ulcers.
It is advised to avoid caffeinated and carbonated beverages, salty and spicy foods, fried foods, processed foods and foods with high acidic content such as citrus fruits and tomatoes.

Diet Chart

Breakfast (8:00-8:30AM)Vegetable soup (1 cup)
Mid-Meal (11:00-11:30AM)Tender coconut water (1 cup) + 1 Apple (Unskinned)
Lunch (2:00-2:30PM)Khichdi (1/2 cup)
Evening (4:00-4:30PM)Boiled Black grams (1/3rd cup) + Black Tea (1 cup)
Dinner (8:00-8:30PM)Khichdi (1/2 cup)
Breakfast (8:00-8:30AM)Boiled White Chickpeas n Tomato (1 cup)
Mid-Meal (11:00-11:30AM)Tender coconut water (1 cup) + Grapes (1/2 cup)
Lunch (2:00-2:30PM)Chapati (2) + Fish(1pc.) stew
Evening (4:00-4:30PM)Roasted Rice Flakes (1/2 cup) + Black Tea (1 cup)
Dinner (8:00-8:30PM)Boiled Rice (1/2 cup) + Baked Pumpkin (1/3rd cup)
Breakfast (8:00-8:30AM)Carrot soup (1 cup)
Mid-Meal (11:00-11:30AM)Tender coconut water (1 cup) + Pomegranates (1/2 cup)
Lunch (2:00-2:30PM)Boiled rice (1/2 cup) + Cabbage curry (1/3rd cup)
Evening (4:00-4:30PM)Boiled Potato n Black grams (1/2 cup) + Black Tea (1 cup)
Dinner (8:00-8:30PM)Boiled Rice (1/2 cup) + Mashed potato(2) + 1tsp Ghee
Breakfast (8:00-8:30AM)Vegetable soup (1 cup)
Mid-Meal (11:00-11:30AM)Tender coconut water (1 cup) + 1 Guava
Lunch (2:00-2:30PM)Carrot Uttappam (1) + Raita (1/3rd cup)
Evening (4:00-4:30PM)Puffed Rice (1/2 cup) + Black Tea (1 cup)
Dinner (8:00-8:30PM)Khichdi (1/2 cup)
Breakfast (8:00-8:30AM)Baked Tomato n Brolli wity bell peper soup (1 cup)
Mid-Meal (11:00-11:30AM)Tender coconut water (1 cup) + Ripe Papaya (1/3rd cup)
Lunch (2:00-2:30PM)Chapati (2) + Baked vegetables (1/2 cup) + Raita (1/3rd cup)
Evening (4:00-4:30PM)Boiled Black grams (1/3rd cup) + Black Tea (1 cup)
Dinner (8:00-8:30PM)Boiled Rice (1/2 cup) + Bottle gourd curry (1/3rd cup)
Breakfast (8:00-8:30AM)Broccoli n Bell peper soup (1 cup)
Mid-Meal (11:00-11:30AM)Tender coconut water (1 cup) + 1 Orange
Lunch (2:00-2:30PM)Boiled Rice (1/2 cup) + Lentil soup (1/2 cup)
Evening (4:00-4:30PM)Roasted Rice Flakes (1/2 cup) + Black Tea (1 cup)
Dinner (8:00-8:30PM)Boiled Rice (1/2 cup) + Fish(1pc. ) stew (1/3rd cup)
Breakfast (8:00-8:30AM)Carrot n Beetroot soup (1 cup)
Mid-Meal (11:00-11:30AM)Tender coconut water (1 cup) + 2 Chikus
Lunch (2:00-2:30PM)Dosa (1) + Samber (1/2 cup)
Evening (4:00-4:30PM)Boiled Potato n Black grams (1/2 cup) + Black Tea (1 cup)
Dinner (8:00-8:30PM)Boiled Rice (1/2 cup) + Pointed gourd(without seeds n Unskinned) Curryurry

Food Items To Limit

  1. Coffee and/or tea- Caffeine content which leads to GERD.
  2. Chocolate- It is well known as an acid producing food stuff.
  3. Spicy food- Spices and ‘masalas’ as we call it, are always proved to be an irritating agent and many a times the cause for gastric irritation.
  4. Alcohol- It not only adds empty calories to the body but also worsens the condition by excessive fermentation of sugar present in it as a result excess acid production in the stomach in combination of others ligitimate conditions may lead to ulcers.
  5. Acidic foods, such as citrus and tomatoes- The higher the acidic content of the foods the more probability of excess acidic evironment inside the stomach and so ulcers.
  6. Uncooked foods may be a risk factor for transmitting H.pylori, as it is the prime cause of the ulcer.

Do’s And Dont’s


  1. Being overworked and overstressed are like extending a direct invitation to gastric problems. The body loses its ability to perform normal digestive functions and is often associated with increased production of stomach acids.
  2. Having 5 small easily digestible meals a day at proper intervals is a key to good digestive health. Eating slowly without talking and chewing the food properly also improves digestion. It reduces intestinal gas as less air is swallowed during the eating process. Emotional eating too causes such disorders. So it is very important to fix any so called underlying reasons, be it psychological or emotional to make a complete recovery from the said condition.
  3. Any physical activity which helps you break into a sweat improves the process of metabolism and assimilation in the body. Breathing exercises and yoga can bring relief from bloating, flatulence and other symptoms of indigestion and intestinal gas.
  4. A prerequisite in order to achieve a healthy digestive process is an efficiently hydrated body. Drinking 8-10 glasses of water every day is mandatory to prevent any gastric complications.
  5. Drinking 2-3 glasses of luke warm water first thing in the morning is said to help with regular bowel movements and relieve indigestion and flatulence.
  6. Probiotics are the friendly bacteria of the gut. They help in breaking down the food and making it easy for the body to digest it. Fermented milk products like yogurt contain the bacteria lactobacillus which is known to promote digestion.
  7. Non glutenous grains, non citric fruits and vegetables, high fiber and lean protein meats are the best choices.
  8. One of the best known herbs to treat gastritis is ginger. It heals the gastric lining and reduces inflammation. It reduces vomiting tendencies and is known for its anti microbial prowess.


  1. Avoiding foods like complex carbohydrate and proteins (difficult to be broken down) following a gastric attack would be a good idea.
  2. Avoiding alcohol and smoking is absolutely essential to recover from a gastric attack. Prolonged intake of these could cause irrepairable damage to the gut.
  3. Staying away from certain medications like acetaminophens, analgesics, ibuprofen, non steroidal anti inflammatory drugs is important in preventing gastritis. It is essential to ask one’s physician as to which other medications one could opt for in the given condition.
  4. Caffeinated beverages like sodas, tea and coffee should be in taken in a controlled portion.
  5. Keeping away from wheat, tomatoes, lemons, red meat etc is essential. Staying away from dairy is also recommended in gastritis. Anything hot and spicy like peppers, black pepper or red chili powder should be kept away from.
  6. Vegetables like cabbage, broccoli, brussel sprouts, beans are tougher on the gut and should be stayed away from.

Food Items You Can Easily Consume

  1. Cereals & Pulses: Cereals (rice, oats, jowar, bajra and ragi) and pulses (red gram, green gram, bengal gram and black gram dals).
  2. Fruits & vegetables: Fruits (stewed apple, banana, papaya, pomegranate, pear, melons (water melon, musk melon) and vegetables (all gourds, ladies finger, tinda, green leafy vegetables (indian spinach, fenugreek leaves, corriander leaves).
  3. Meat, Fish & Poultry: Lean meat, skin less chicken, fish (mackerel, trout, sardine, salmon, tuna).
  4. Milk & Milk products: Yoghurt, other fermented milk products. Nuts & Oils: Almonds, walnuts, pista, olive oil, canola oil, sun flower oil, rice bran oil.


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Diet for peptic ulcer | Sanatorium Gorny

Peptic ulcer of the stomach and duodenum is a disease in which the mucous membrane is affected with the formation of defects on it (ulcers). Treatment of gastric ulcer should be carried out in a complex way: therapeutic nutrition + drug therapy. The basic principle of nutrition in gastric ulcer is to exclude products that irritate the mucous membrane.

General rules. duration of the diet.

With an exacerbation of the disease, diet No. 1 should be followed. And when the symptoms subside, you can switch to diet number 5

Nutrition for gastric and duodenal ulcers consists of several important rules:

  1. A certain way of preparing food. Food can be baked without a crust, boiled, stewed.
  2. The number of meals should be at least 5-6 times a day. The volume of food is not more than 200 ml per 1 meal.
  3. Food should be warm (32-38 C), not hot or cold.
  4. Meals must be nutritious and balanced in nutrients.
  5. Drinking mode. The amount of fluid drunk per day should be at least 2 liters of fluid.
  6. Do not eat food that irritates the mucous membrane, as well as carbonated drinks.
  7. Minimize salt intake

The diet must be followed even in the case of a long remission. Any violations in nutrition can lead to an exacerbation of the disease and the development of complications.

Nutrition for an ulcer during an exacerbation:

During the period of exacerbation of the disease, it is necessary to follow a strict diet. Food should have enveloping properties. Dishes are best boiled or steamed. Food should be ground to a gruel or served in the form of mashed potatoes. The number of meals should be increased.

Notice! An ulcer during an exacerbation is a contraindication for spa treatment: it is better to go to a hospital.

If you have a chronic form, then you should regularly carry out preventive treatment .

Nutrition for chronic peptic ulcer:

With peptic ulcer, proper nutrition is a fundamental condition for recovery and stable remission.

The diet should be selected by the attending physician, taking into account individual characteristics, concomitant diseases, stage of the disease, age and body weight of the patient.

For all patients suffering from peptic ulcer in remission, when compiling the menu, certain rules are followed:

  • Complete exclusion from the diet of foods that irritate the mucous membrane.
  • Fractional meals 5-6 times a day in small portions
  • Last meal 2 hours before bedtime. You can drink warm milk before going to bed
  • In the case of persistent and prolonged remission, it is possible to switch to a zigzag diet under the supervision of the attending physician.

Nutrition after surgery:

  1. A special diet must be followed in the early postoperative period. For the adaptation of the stomach, the first three days after the operation, you can not eat.
  2. On the 4th and 5th day, doctors allow you to drink sweetened herbal tea, berry jelly.
  3. In the future, the diet can be expanded. You can eat vegetable soups in the form of mashed potatoes, cereal milk porridge.

Diet types:

For stomach ulcers, table number 1 is prescribed:

  • 1A – a strict diet that is prescribed during an exacerbation of the disease or in the postoperative period. Fractional nutrition 6-7 times a day with puree-like food.
  • 1B – less stringent than 1A. A mushy consistency of dishes is allowed. The number of meals is 5-6 times a day.

List of approved products:

Lean meats

Ideyka, chicken, veal, rabbit meat


Low-fat varieties of fish, preferably river or lake fish

Bread and pastries

It is permissible to eat wheat bread of the day before. Unsweetened cookies, croutons without additives, biscuit.


Lean cheese, low-fat cottage cheese, yogurt and fermented baked milk


Carrots, potatoes, cauliflower, zucchini, pumpkin, boiled greens


Apples and pears, peeled and baked

Cereals in the form of porridge

Buckwheat, oatmeal, semolina, rice

List of fully or partially restricted products:

Foods rich in fiber

Mushrooms, legumes, wholemeal bread, fresh bread, rye bread

Fatty meats

Pork, lamb, duck, goose, game

Spreads, cooking oil, margarine

Irritate the mucous membrane

Spicy and salty dishes

May exacerbate disease

Sour and unripe fruits and berries

Oranges, tangerines, lemon, kiwi, currants, grapes

Dairy products

Whey, fatty dairy products and dairy products with high acidity

Nutrition menu for peptic ulcer.


Proper nutrition for gastric and duodenal ulcers is a guarantee of health and the possibility of a long-term remission of the disease.

It is necessary to follow a daily diet:

  • Fractional frequent meals
  • Eating only warm food
  • Portions should be small
  • Reduce salt in meals
  • Cooking is best steamed or boiled. Grind food
  • Drink enough water without gas.

Diet recipes for peptic ulcer:

Breakfast: Buckwheat porridge with milk. Rosehip decoction.

Second breakfast: steam omelet. Baked pear.

Lunch: Vegetable soup with chicken meatballs. Mashed potatoes with boiled fish (perch). Herb tea

Snack: low-fat yogurt. Galette cookies. Apple compote.

Dinner: rabbit, potato and cauliflower casserole

Before going to bed you can drink a glass (more than 200 ml) of warm milk

Dietitian comments:

Diet for peptic ulcer plays an important role in the treatment of ulcers. A properly composed menu makes it possible to eat tasty and healthy food, which will also be useful for the entire digestive tract.

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do’s and don’ts, menu for the week

In the modern rhythm of life, we completely forget about proper nutrition. But it is of particular importance when stomach problems have already appeared. What can and what absolutely can not be eaten with a stomach ulcer? We analyze recipes for delicious dietary dishes together with an expert.

Marina Perekalina

head of the gastroenterology department of the Stavropol Regional Clinical Hospital, Candidate of Medical Sciences, chief freelance gastroenterologist of the Ministry of Health of the Stavropol Territory

What is a stomach ulcer?

Basic diet rules for stomach ulcers

What can you eat with stomach ulcers?

What can not be eaten with a stomach ulcer?

Diet menu for ulcers

Recipes for delicious and dietary meals

Main myths about the diet for ulcers


What is a stomach ulcer?

When several unfavorable factors add up, defects appear in the stomach wall. This is how such a chronic disease as a stomach ulcer is formed.
In the process of the disease, other organs of the digestive system can be affected: often ulcers form not only in the stomach itself, but also in the duodenum. Some studies suggest that duodenal ulcers are four times more common than gastric ulcers. The spread of a stomach ulcer can lead to life-threatening complications. As a rule, with an ulcer, periods of exacerbation alternate with periods of remission.

Gastric and duodenal ulcers are similar in many ways in terms of causes and symptoms. Therefore, experts often combine these diseases and talk about gastric and duodenal ulcers . Read more about this disease and the causes of its occurrence in the material “Stomach ulcer: causes and main symptoms .

Diet guidelines for stomach ulcers

Of course, dietary nutrition will not solve all problems in the treatment of the disease. However, proper nutrition can greatly help when combined with medication and physical therapy. For this, a number of requirements must be taken into account.

First of all, feeding the patient should be carried out in small portions, fractionally. Meals should be more frequent than usual – 6-7 times a day strictly according to the schedule , without long breaks and subsequent overfeeding.

Among food products, you need to choose those that do not affect the secretory activity , have a “quenching” effect on the acidity of the stomach. Food irritants are strictly prohibited. All foods that sharply increase acidity (containing extract substances), difficult to digest (with fiber) should be excluded from the patient’s diet.

What can you eat if you have a stomach ulcer?

Cooking and cooking boiling, use of double boilers, stewing is allowed when expanding the dietary list of dishes in the remission stage.

What is allowed to eat with peptic ulcer?

Dairy products

First of all, milk, cream, kefir, non-acidic cottage cheese and sour cream are allowed for “ulcerers”. For ulcer patients, cow’s milk is one of the most useful products, containing many essential substances. If you do not like milk, then try to add it to coffee or tea, or drink it in small portions.


You have to be careful here. For ulcer sufferers, any bread will not do. It must be dried or stale. It can be crackers or lean pastries.


Ulcer sufferers would benefit from making something out of vegetables, such as a vegetarian soup. Vegetables such as potatoes, carrots, pumpkin, zucchini, non-acidic tomatoes are allowed.

Berries and fruits

Berries and fruits without hard shells are suitable, such as strawberries, strawberries, apples (without skin) and bananas. And also various sweet fruit and berry compotes and kissels, mousses and jelly are allowed.


For sweets, you can eat marshmallows and fruit-based marshmallows.


Non-carbonated water, non-acidic juices diluted with water, and rosehip decoction or wheat bran decoction are allowed. Decoctions have a beneficial effect and treat the stomach.

Lean meats and fish, eggs

Chicken, beef, rabbit meat may be boiled or steamed. The same cooking methods can be applied to lean river fish. Soft-boiled chicken eggs, steamed omelet can also be added to the diet.


For patients with ulcers, you can prepare porridges from soft cereals boiled in milk or water. Suitable cereals such as rice, oatmeal, buckwheat and semolina.

What can not be eaten with a stomach ulcer?

It must be remembered that with such a serious illness fried, smoked and pickled foods, as well as pickles are strictly prohibited.

It is necessary to exclude from the diet products that increase the release of hydrochloric acid.

Spicy foods, pickles, smoked products

Horseradish, mustard, various sauces, preserves, dressings and spicy preserves, smoked meats will have to be excluded from the menu. This also includes canned and pickled foods, including home-cooked foods

Fried foods

Fried foods are prohibited for patients with stomach ulcers in any form.


Rye bread, rich or puff pastries are forbidden in patients with ulcers. It is undesirable to use fresh bread in principle.


Patients with ulcers should not eat hard vegetables that contain a lot of fiber. Fresh vegetables with a rough skin will have to be excluded from your menu.

Berries, fruits and nuts

Fresh sour berries are forbidden in patients with stomach ulcers. Hard-skinned fruits and berries are prohibited. Some dried fruits should also be excluded from the diet: dried apricots, raisins, figs and dates. We’ll have to give up and seeds with nuts.


Ice cream and chocolate should disappear from the menu of a patient with a stomach ulcer.


Soda, kvass and strong coffee must be excluded from drinks. Sour juices and fruit drinks are banned. And, of course, alcohol in any form is prohibited for patients with an ulcer.

Fatty fish and meats

Fatty meats (such as pork, lamb, poultry skins, lard and layers of fat) will need to be eliminated from your diet. Under the ban and broths from them for soup, decoctions. We will have to give up sausages, sausages, sausages.


Legumes: peas, lentils and beans should also be banned. We’ll have to forget about cereals from “hard” cereals: millet, pearl barley, corn. It is undesirable to use undercooked pasta.

Diet menu for ulcers

Mechanical sparing is achieved by grinding, boiling and processing products to a liquid state. The list of dishes in the daily menu depends on the stage of the disease, which is determined by the attending physician.

In accordance with the classification of dietary tables according to Pevzner, depending on the complication of the ulcer, the patient will be able to eat dietary tables No. 1A, 1B and No. 1. The differences lie in the degree of sparing of the stomach and intestines.

Diet No. 1A is prescribed for the first few days (from 7 to 10 days). It eliminates all irritating factors as much as possible.

Diet No. 1B is considered a transitional form of nutrition. It is needed to replenish the body with useful substances and energy.

Diet №1 can be eaten outside the period of complications. It is as close as possible to the common table, but retains restrictions.

      As a rule, the result of the diet is relief of abdominal pain and normalization of the stomach. It is advisable to avoid hard peel on fruits, large pieces of food – it will be difficult for the stomach to digest them. It is advisable to dilute juices with water, and replace sugar with honey. Salt should be added to food as little as possible.

      When dieting, food temperature is very important : foods that are too cold or too hot should not be eaten. The temperature of food should approach 38 degrees: this way it will be better absorbed.

      May be moderately added to food butter and vegetable oil . Oils, like animal fats, provide faster healing of stomach and intestinal ulcers.

          Recipes for tasty and healthy meals

          Multicooker chicken with vegetables


          • chicken breast – 1 pc.
          • carrots – 1 pc.
          • marrow – 1 pc.
          • frozen cauliflower – 1 package (or 300 g fresh)
          • vegetable oil – 2 tbsp.
          • salt
          • thyme

          Cooking steps:

          1. Peel carrots and courgettes. Cut them into cubes.
          2. Switch on the multicooker in the “frying” or “baking” mode. Slightly fry the vegetables, avoiding the appearance of a crust.
          3. Add cabbage, broken into florets.
          4. Cut the chicken into cubes, season with salt. Add to vegetables.
          5. Sprinkle dried herbs over vegetables.
          6. Pour in a glass of water.
          7. Switch on the extinguishing mode.
          8. Simmer for approx. 1.5 hours.

              Potato and pumpkin soup


              • potatoes – 2 pcs.
              • pumpkin – 120 g.
              • cream – 2 tbsp.
              • greens
              • salt

              Cooking steps:

              1. Boil pumpkin and carrots in a little water.
              2. Pass the prepared vegetables through a sieve and mix with the remaining vegetable broth.
              3. Add salt and cream.
              4. Return to heat and bring to a boil.
              5. Sprinkle with herbs before use.

                  Steam cutlets


                  • , meat of turkey or chicken) – 100 g.
                  • wheat bread – 1 piece
                  • olive oil – 1 tsp
                  • water or milk – 15 ml
                  • salt

                  Preparation steps:

                  1. Pass the meat through the meat grinder several times until smooth.
                  2. Add olive oil, salt and bread soaked in water to the minced meat.
                  3. Place the cutlets in a water bath for 40 minutes. You can use a steamer.
                  4. Boiled rice, mashed potatoes or mashed vegetables are a good garnish. 1 cup 0012
                  5. milk – 3 cups
                  6. 1 cup sugar – 1 cup
                  7. sweet pears – 5-6 pcs.
                  8. vanillin
                  9. 3-4 eggs – 3-4 pcs.
                  10. butter – 2 tbsp.

              Cooking steps:

              1. Boil the milk, skim off the foam.
              2. Pour the sifted semolina into the milk.
              3. Add vanilla.
              4. Boil the porridge until it thickens. Add oil.
              5. Mash egg yolks with sugar and add to hot porridge.
              6. Slice the pears and add to the porridge.
              7. Whisk the egg whites into a strong foam, add to the porridge.
              8. Place the pudding in a saucepan or greased dish.
              9. Boil in a water bath for half an hour.

                  We have prepared something useful for you (in every sense prepared and in every sense useful).

                  Together with the chef we will try to prove that tasty, easy to prepare and healthy is not always about different food.

                  Key Ulcer Diet Myths

                  Myth #1: Ulcers Cause Improper Diet

                  Improper diet alone cannot cause ulcers. Of course, fried, spicy and fatty foods do not harm our body. But only this factor cannot become the cause of an ulcer.

                      Myth #2: Baking soda helps with pain

                      It was once common to use baking soda for pain. You can’t do that. At first, soda really reduces pain. But later they become even stronger, because soda has a leavening effect. At the same time, food in general relieves pain, even if it is ordinary water. Milk will also help.

                          Myth #3: Diet can cure an ulcer

                          Alas, diet alone cannot help cure the disease. Especially if it is provoked by an infection. This requires drug therapy. But in the complex, the diet can provide an invaluable service for stomach ulcers.


                          Strictly adhering to the menu, which includes only permitted foods for ulcers, you can defeat the disease. All unpleasant symptoms gradually disappear, painful sensations occur less often, the load on the stomach decreases.