The Right Diet For Heartburn And High Cholesterol Sufferers?
hello, my father is 52 years old high 170 bb 82. my father is high cholesterol, has a history of gout. it’s been a week, the doctor said lambug acid and low blood, but the joint hurts, maybe the uric acid has recurred. who always complained of his head hurts. and what kind of food menu can I give to my dad? thank you, please answer
Hello Lusiana, thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com.
Looking at your father's disease history, there are several eating diets and which are recommended, depending on each disease.
First, for gout, recommended foods are low in gout such as:
Milk and foods made from milk Bread products and cereals Vegetables such as cucumber, tomatoes, white cabbage, sweet potatoes, carrots Fruits such as apples, pears, cherries, apricots, strawberries, raspberries, kiwis, grapes, oranges and pineapples Handful of nuts Pasta eggs and noodles While foods such as meat and processed meat, fish, bananas, melons, bean plants, spinach, mushrooms and sweet drinks and soft drinks must be limited in portions. For foods such as offal, mackerel, sardines, seafood, and alcoholic beverages should be avoided.
Second, for high cholesterol, the recommended diet is:
Reduce eating foods with saturated fats such as fried foods, coconut milk and meat fat, replace with foods that contain good fats such as olive oil and salmon or tuna. Avoid drinking alcoholic beverages. Increase consumption of vegetables, but still pay attention to the type because your father has high uric acid. Third, for gastric ailments, avoid eating foods that are too acidic or spicy, reduce foods that can trigger an increase in stomach acid such as coffee, chocolate, drinks alcoholic and soft drinks.
In addition to applying the right diet, it is also advisable to live a good lifestyle such as:
Reduce body weight to ideal body weight, because weight loss can also help to reduce gout and also recurrence of stomach acid disease Aerobic exercise for at least 120 minutes a week Don't smoke Eat on schedule to avoid excessive stomach acid production Don't forget to consume too drugs given by the doctor according to the rules and often check your father's condition to the doctor.
I hope this helps.