Can Heartburn Sufferers Go On A Diet By Consuming Shirataki?
Good morning. I want to ask, I’m a girl, 23 years old. there is a history of gastritis and is wanting to diet. Is it okay if I replace rice with Shirataki to eat everyday? Then if it is possible, better shirataki noodles or shirataki rice for daily consumption? Thank you🙏🏻🙏🏻🙏🏻
Thank you for the question.
Need to be clarified, what is your current weight and height? What are the symptoms of heartburn that you often experience? Are there certain medications that you are currently taking?
The recommended dietary patterns for each person can be different depending on the conditions. Therefore, before going on a diet, you should first calculate whether your current weight is ideal, or not. If indeed you are overweight, ideally, you should check with your doctor first to be evaluated more deeply your health condition. In this way, then your doctor can tell you the right diet for you to live according to your condition. Have you done this?
Shirataki is made from a type of fiber called namlomomannan. This Shirataki comes from Japan, China, and Southeast Asia which is currently being used for diets because of its satiety, high fiber content, but very low calorific value, so it is useful for weight loss. Shirataki is currently widely available in the form of rice or noodles.
If it's true you have a history of heartburn and want to go on a diet, in fact you may consume shirataki, either in the form of rice or noodles. You can consume Shirataki as a substitute for rice, but of course it is still supported by a variety of other balanced nutritious foods, including fruits and vegetables. In order to lose weight faster, you need to limit your intake of foods that contain lots of saturated fat, trans fat, cholesterol, and simple carbohydrates. Reduce your meal portions, drink enough, and consume healthy snacks in between your meals (for example by eating cut fruit or juice). Do not forget, multiply to exercise, at least 30 minutes a day, sleep more regularly, do not stress or excessive sadness, and also avoid smoking or consuming alcohol.
As for good food menu settings, it can vary depending on your general health condition. Therefore, as mentioned above, before going on a diet to lose weight, you should first check yourself to the doctor or a nutritionist huh ..
I hope this helps.