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What kind of food should i avoid in eosinophilic gastritis ?

I am diagnosed with eosinophilic gastritis 1 & half month ago. I am on high dose steriod. In the 1st two weeks, my body responded well: no vomit, no nausea , no cough, no abdominal cramps, etc. Now the symptoms are back afresh. I don t know which food to avoid. Is there any suggestion on this? I m 55, female.
Asked On : Tue, 24 May 2011
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gastric irritant foods should be avoided
spicy ,oili fried,fast foods to be avoided
hot drinks alcohol smoking to be avoided
medicines known to cause like painkillers nsaids etc should not be taken in empty stomach if required

besides steroids some times leukotrien inhibitor montelucast helps in this condition
you will have to avoid foods that cause alleregy for good
Answered: Tue, 14 Jun 2011
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Eiosinophylia is due to some allergy so find out the before and after food pattern.Avoid dust, prfumes. strong smell, pollution.Avoid oily, spicy, fast foods, dairy foods.Improve your immunity by fruits,also yoga and pranayam helps.
Answered: Tue, 24 May 2011
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