Diet Example for Hemorrhoids

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The following indications are for informational purposes EXCLUSIVELY and are ABSOLUTELY not intended to replace the opinion of professional figures such as dietician, dietician, doctor or nutritionist, whose intervention is necessary for pathological diagnosis, drug prescription and / or for the structuring of PERSONALIZED food therapies. .


Hemorrhoids

In common parlance, for hemorrhoids we mean a disorder of the hemorrhoidal plexus located in the rectum and, more precisely, in the anus; indeed, this discomfort should be defined as hemorrhoidal disease.
From a physiological point of view, hemorrhoids function like small "sponges" that swell and deflate according to the circumstance; they are divided into two types, based on location: internal (higher) and external (lower).
What allows the volumetric changes of the hemorrhoidal plexus is the flow of blood but, when the circulation remains compromised and varices are formed, the painful symptoms typical of hemorrhoids appear.
The pathological mechanism is probably attributable to the descent of various tissues into the anorectal canal (internal, external and mucous plexus) and is distinguished by a clear tendency to prolapse.
Hemorrhoids affect most of the population (at least once in life) and the predisposing factors are: subjectivity, constipation, pregnancy and diarrhea.
The diagnosis must necessarily be of a medical nature, since various disorders in the same area (such as fissures) can give rise to almost overlapping symptoms.
The treatment of hemorrhoids involves 3 very specific stages: diet therapy, drug therapy, surgical therapy or other medical systems. Fortunately, pharmacological and surgical therapy are not always necessary, while the dietary aspect is practically essential; below we will present the essential nutritional principles for the dietary therapy of hemorrhoids.



Hemorrhoids and Diet

For further information: Diet and Nutrition for Hemorrhoids



Below we will cite, from a practical point of view, the most important nutritional interventions.

  • Consume 2 portions of fruit and two of vegetables a day; at each meal, drink at least two glasses of water. If so, take fiber-based food supplements (see below).
  • Consume two servings of plain yoghurt or diet yoghurt with live lactic ferments per day; for supplements, as well as for some drugs, the intake must take place away from main meals.
  • Consume a second dish (dish) at lunch or dinner and, if the nutritional need requires it, another small portion in the other main meal.
  • Season with at least two teaspoons (and up to two tablespoons) of extra virgin olive oil every first, second and side dish.
  • Avoid foods harmful to hemorrhoids such as: alcohol, fermented tea (red or black), cola, coffee, cocoa, chocolate, chili, pepper, horseradish, ginger, radishes, mustard, garlic, onion and shallot.
  • Avoid osmotic or irritating laxatives (See article: Diet and Nutrition Hemorrhoids).
  • Do not add salt and sugar and strongly limit preserved and processed foods such as: cured meats (salted and sausages), aged cheeses, canned products, smoked, dried, etc.
  • Do not use bouillon cube, sweeteners and packaged foods; these are rich in additives (sodium glutamate, lactulose, mannitol, etc.) and are not always well tolerated by the intestinal mucosa.

Supplements

For further information: Herbal teas against hemorrhoids and other natural remedies



The supplements useful against hemorrhoids are mainly those based on soluble fibers, respectively contained in fruit, vegetables, algae, certain tubers, aloe, etc. (beta-glucans, mucilage, inulin, pectin, etc.).
Indirectly, probiotics (lactobacilli, bifidobacteria and eubacteria) and prebiotics (polysaccharides and fibers), or even products based on butyric acid, can also facilitate the pathological remission of hemorrhoids.
While it is true that vasodilatory molecules exert a negative effect on hemorrhoids, it is equally true that vasoconstrictors could perform a positive function. Among these we remember the vegetal active principles of plants: Helichrysum, Centella, Rusco and Cypress. In addition to dry herbal extracts, it is possible to use these plants to produce herbal teas to drink daily.


Obviously, it is always good to contact the pharmacist to establish the dose, frequency of consumption, suitability or prohibition.

Diet for Hemorrhoids: Example

35 year old woman. Shop assistant. He does not play sports. She is constipated and suffers from hemorrhoids since the birth of her first child.


Gender F
Age 29
Stature 155cm
Wrist circumference 13,0cm
Constitution Esile
Height / wrist 11,9
Morphological type Longilinea
Weight 50,0g
Body mass index 20,8
Evaluation Standard weight
Physiological body mass index desirable 18,5
Physiological weight desirable 44,5
Basal metabolism 1149,4kcal
Physical activity level coefficient 1,56 (moderato no off.)
Energy expenditure 1793,0kcal

Diet normocaloric 1800kcal
Lipids 30% 60g 540kcal
proteins not more than 20% not more than 90g no more than 360kcal
carbohydrates not less than 50% not less than 240g not less than + 900kcal
Breakfast 15% 270kcal
Snack 1 5% 90kcal
Lunch 40% 720kcal
Snack 2 5% 90kcal
Price 35% 630kcal

DIET DAY 1

Breakfast
  Whole milk yogurt 200g  
  Corn flakes 40g 8 tablespoons
Snack I
  Apple, with peel 150g 1 apple
Lunch
Wholemeal Pasta with Tomato
  Whole wheat semolina pasta 90g  
  Tomato puree 100g  
  Grit 10g 1 spoon
Grated Carrots
  carrots 200g  
  Whole grain bread 30g 1 slice
  Extravirgin olive oil 25g 2 and a half tablespoons
Snack II
  Pear, with peel 150g 1 pear
Price
Boiled Beans
  Dried beans 50g  
Cod in Pan with Beets Boiled
  Cod 150g  
  Offer 200g  
       
  Whole grain bread 30g 1 slice
  Extravirgin olive oil 25g 2 and a half tablespoons

Nutritional translation of DAY 1
Nutrient or nutritional component Quantity
Energy law 1802,4kcal
Food water 1085,2g
Protein 83,3g
Total energy lipids 63,86g
  Total saturated fat 15,23g
Total monounsaturated fatty acids 40,49g
Total polyunsaturated fatty acids 8,14g
Cholesterol 144,5mg
Carbohydrates 236,1g
  Simple, total sugars 64,82g
Alcohol, ethanol 0,0g
Dietary Fiber 41,8g
Sodium 2124,8mg
Potassium 4250,1mg
Soccer 717,5mg
Iron 27,3mg
Phosphorus and Potassium 1491,5mg
Zinc 10,5mg
Tiamina O vit. B1 2,44mg
Riboflavina o vit. B2 2,24mg
Niacin or vit. B3 o vit. PP 26,95mg
Pyridossine o vit. B6 4,24mg
Folate, total 284,00μg
Ascorbic acid or vit. C. 108,3mg
Vitamin D 220,8IU
Retinol equivalent activity or vit. TO 2578,2RAE
α-tocopherol o vit. AND 20,7mg

As is clearly visible from the nutritional synthesis of the first day, the diet is very rich in fiber and may not be suitable for those who, on the other hand, suffer from diarrhea. The supply of food water is also much more. However, the calcium content (having excluded milk and aged cheeses for other reasons) is slightly insufficient.



DAY 2

Breakfast
  Whole milk yogurt 200g  
  Puffed rice 40g 8 tablespoons
Snack I
  oranges 200g 1 orange
Lunch
Brown Rice with Zucchini
  Brown rice 90g  
  zucchini 100g  
  Grit 10g 1 spoon
Fennel salad
  Fennel 200g  
  Whole grain bread 30g 1 slice
  Extravirgin olive oil 25g 2 and a half tablespoons
Snack II
  Kiwi 150g 2 kiwi
Price
This Lessi
  Chickpeas, dried 50g  
Grilled Chicken Breast with Pan-Fried Chicory
  Chicken breast 150g  
  Chicory 200g  
       
  Whole grain bread 30g 1 slice
  Extravirgin olive oil 20g 2 tablespoons

DIET DAY 3

Breakfast
  Whole milk yogurt 200g  
  Oats 40g 8 tablespoons
Snack I
  Winter Melon 200g 3 slices
Lunch
Minestrone with Potatoes and Spelled
  Farro 40g  
  Mixed vegetables 300g  
  Potatoes 100g  
  Grit 10g 1 spoon
  Whole grain bread 30g 1 slice
  Extravirgin olive oil 25g 2 and a half tablespoons
Snack II
  Kaki mela 150g 1 kaki
Price
Boiled peas
  Peas, dried 50g  
Lean Milk Flakes with Fresh Spinach
  Light Milk Flakes 150g  
  Spinaci 100g  
       
  Whole grain bread 30g 1 slice
  Extravirgin olive oil 20g 2 tablespoons

DIET DAY 4

Breakfast
  Whole milk yogurt 200g  
  Muesli e All Brain 40g 8 tablespoons
Snack I
  Grapes 100g QB
Lunch
Puree of Potatoes and Rocket with Barley
  Orzo 40g  
  Potatoes 300g  
  arugula (rocket salad) 100g  
  Grit 10g 1 spoon
  Whole grain bread 30g 1 slice
  Extravirgin olive oil 25g 2 and a half tablespoons
Snack II
  Pomegranate, seeds 100g QB
Price
Boiled Lentils
  Lentils, dried 50g  
Omelette and Stewed Artichokes
  Whole eggs 100g 2 eggs
  Albumi 100g  
  Artichokes, Clean 200g  
       
  Whole grain bread 30g 1 slice
  Extravirgin olive oil 20g 2 tablespoons

DIET DAY 5

Breakfast
  Whole milk yogurt 200g  
  Corn flakes 40g 8 tablespoons
Snack I
  Apple, with peel 150g 1 apple
Lunch
Wholemeal Pasta with Eggplants
  Whole wheat semolina pasta 90g  
  Melanzane 100g  
  Grit 10g 1 spoon
Grated Carrots
  carrots 200g  
  Whole grain bread 30g 1 slice
  Extravirgin olive oil 25g 2 and a half tablespoons
Snack II
  Pear, with peel 150g 1 pear
Price
Boiled Beans
  Dried beans 50g  
Plaice in a pan with boiled beets
  Cod 150g  
  Offer 200g  
       
  Whole grain bread 30g 1 slice
  Extravirgin olive oil 25g 2 and a half tablespoons

DIET DAY 6

Breakfast
  Whole milk yogurt 200g  
  Puffed rice 40g 8 tablespoons
Snack I
  oranges 200g 1 orange
Lunch
Brown Rice with Peppers
  Brown rice 90g  
  Pepperoni 100g  
  Grit 10g 1 spoon
Fennel salad
  Fennel 200g  
  Whole grain bread 30g 1 slice
  Extravirgin olive oil 25g 2 and a half tablespoons
Snack II
  Kiwi 150g 2 kiwi
Price
This Lessi
  Chickpeas, dried 50g  
Grilled Turkey Breast with Pan-Fried Chicory
  Chicken breast 150g  
  Chicory 200g  
       
  Whole grain bread 30g 1 slice
  Extravirgin olive oil 20g 2 tablespoons

DIET DAY 7

Breakfast
  Whole milk yogurt 200g  
  Oats 40g 8 tablespoons
Snack I
  Winter Melon 200g 3 slices
Lunch
Minestrone with Potatoes and Croutons of Bread
  Rye bread, stale 50g  
  Mixed vegetables 300g  
  Potatoes 100g  
  Grit 10g 1 spoon
  Whole grain bread 30g 1 slice
  Extravirgin olive oil 25g 2 and a half tablespoons
Snack II
  Kaki mela 150g 1 kaki
Price
Boiled peas
  Peas, dried 50g  
Light Mozzarella and Cherry Tomatoes
  Mozzarella Light 120g  
  Cherry tomatoes 200g  
       
  Whole grain bread 30g 1 slice
  Extravirgin olive oil 15g 1 and a half tablespoons

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