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What is the right diet for ulcerative colitis?

I am having a flare up of ulcerative colitis. I am on 8 tablets of sulfasalazine and 30 mg of prednisone. I am also taking a 1000 mg salvo flak suppository. My head constantly aches and I also feel nauseous. I am a vegetarian and am only on squash and home made yoghurt these days. What else can't eat and an I have a Tylenol for my headaches?
Mon, 15 May 2017
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Respected user, hi I evaluated your query thoroughly.
* Take plenty of liquids - preferably boiled water, coconut water, lemon juice,
green tea, coffee, rice water , butter milk etc.
* Light diet including rice , dal , chapati without ghee , boiled vegetables
without oil ,cereals , pulses , legumes , salads , khichdi , curd , paratha
without oil , sprouted mung , organic fruits
- small amount of food at intervals
- chew your food thoroughly
- avoid prolong fasting / overeating
Hope this helps you .
Welcome for any further queries .
Thanks for using Health care magics & reviewing my answer thoroughly.
Wishing you healthy life ahead .
Regards dear take care.
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What is the right diet for ulcerative colitis?

Respected user, hi I evaluated your query thoroughly. * Take plenty of liquids - preferably boiled water, coconut water, lemon juice, green tea, coffee, rice water , butter milk etc. * Light diet including rice , dal , chapati without ghee , boiled vegetables without oil ,cereals , pulses , legumes , salads , khichdi , curd , paratha without oil , sprouted mung , organic fruits - small amount of food at intervals - chew your food thoroughly - avoid prolong fasting / overeating Hope this helps you . Welcome for any further queries . Thanks for using Health care magics & reviewing my answer thoroughly. Wishing you healthy life ahead . Regards dear take care.