It is quite risky that 69% of people with stomach ulcers do not know the kind of food substances they ought not to eat. Before I set the ball rolling, we need to know the meaning of ulcer.
WHAT IS AN ULCER?
Ulcers are sores that are passive to heal or keep returning. They can take many forms and can appear both on the inside and the outside of your body.
Stomach ulcers are sores in the lining of the stomach or small intestine. They happen when the defensive mucus that lines the stomach becomes weak.
FOOD SUBSTANCES TO AVOID IF YOU HAVE STOMACH ULCER;
1. Pepper, including black pepper and other types of pepper.
2. Foods fried in oil at high temperatures can worsen stomach ulcers and upset the digestive tract’s natural layer of protection.
They can also be high in fat and salt and, if cooked away from the home, might be fried in oil that a kitchen has used several times over.
Fried foods include potato chips, fries, onion rings, fried chicken, and donuts.
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