Diet With Green Tea And Nausea After Eating, Is My Diet Wrong?
Night. I want to ask before I had an intention to go on a diet there, I consumed green tea with the head of a jengkot, but recently I feel nauseous after eating, I don’t feel nauseous for a long time, why is my diet wrong or am I not compatible with green tea?
Hello, Talita Fatima Sary, thanks for asking HealthReplies.com.
Nausea can have a number of causes, the most common of which are:
1. Inflammation of the stomach/stomach (gastritis), can be caused by gastric irritation due to too high acid levels, often late to eat, often eat foods that are irritating to the stomach such as spicy and sour, often take certain drugs such as painkillers, and bacterial infection
2. Peptic ulcers are sores on the stomach, the cause is similar to gastritis but in a more severe stage
3. Vertigo, or a spinning sensation that is often accompanied by nausea
4. Bulimia, is an eating disorder in which you have a habit of maintaining weight / reducing weight by eating very little or regular portions, then eating large amounts of food, then expelling it forcibly by vomiting or taking laxatives
5. Certain food allergies, usually followed by vomiting, itching of the skin, in severe cases it can cause swelling, shortness of breath, difficulty swallowing, and loss of consciousness
To confirm the diagnosis, you should check with your doctor so that the treatment is also appropriate. To help reduce complaints of nausea, you can do the following ways:
1. Eat little but often
2. Reduce sour, spicy, and fatty foods, especially if eaten on an empty stomach
3. Limit caffeine, chocolate, cigarettes, alcoholic beverages and carbonated drinks
4. Take antacids or drink warm ginger water to relieve nausea
5. Control your stress
6. If the symptoms do not improve with the methods above, or get worse, consult your doctor immediately.
A good diet is a healthy diet, not a fast one. If in the middle of the diet you feel weak, lethargic, nauseous, stomach pain, immediately evaluate your diet again. The recommended weight loss is 0.5-1 kg per week, no more than that. Weight loss that is too fast can result in nutritional deficiencies, unproductive life (because of lethargy, weakness, lack of concentration), muscle damage, rapid weight gain, and other more serious health problems. For that, do a balanced diet by not skipping meals but reducing the portion of foods high in sugar and bad fats, increasing the portion of vegetables, fruit, and protein, choosing good food processing methods (for example by steaming, boiling, or grilling without oil) , and still meet your daily nutritional needs. Diet must be accompanied by exercise to speed up the burning of calories. Remember, losing weight is a long process, so it must be done with patience, a happy heart, and a healthy body.
Here is an article about the rules for losing weight and tips for losing weight naturally and permanently, please read it for additional information.
That's it, I hope it's useful.
dr. Sarah Rizqia