"sensitive stomach" really does not guide us with suggestions. Talk to your doctor as to what is the "cause" of your issues, and this will help with your dietary needs. Seeing a Registered Dietitian can then be helpful.
SP Dietitian Becky
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As there are various reasons for a sensitive stomach, you are best to talk with your Dr. It may be that some investigations need to be done, including allergy testing and even possible checks for things like Crohn's Disease, to see what is going on. Then depending on the outcome, a Registered Dietitian will be able to help you.
In the meantime, I would strongly suggest that you keep a diary of ALL of the food you eat, what time, and any symptoms you have, including the time of those. The Nutrition Tracker is an ideal place to do this because you have the ability to make notes on it too, and also you can print the reports out which includes what you ate and the notes. This proved invaluable to my Dietitian to figure my problem.
I am not a Dr - please check with your qualified Health Professional for a diagnosis and treatment plan
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Have you talked to your doctor? I bet he or she could refer you to a registered dietician who can design a diet for you based on your sensitivities.
Remember that you don't need a special "diet" either to lose weight. My first 15 pounds came off while eating pizza, waffle house, and burger king. ;) It's about restricting portions and eating in your ranges, and anything you like can be eaten as long as it fits in those ranges.
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