Group photo
Author:
LUCKY-13's Photo LUCKY-13 Posts: 11,837
11/26/10 4:50 P

Send Private Message
Reply
A compassionate site with good information, another GP recommended diet and tips to help with nausea and other side effects.

rd411.com/index.php?option=com_conte
nt
&view=article&id=471:gastroparesis:-R>guidelines,-tips-and-sample-meal-pla
n&
catid=89:allergies,-intolerances
-and-s
pecial-diets&Itemid=383


Life's an adventure ... take it one step at a time and don't underestimate yourself! You're capable of more than you think you are! How do I know this? You're still here aren't you? That means you haven't given up!


 current weight: 208.0 
244
232.75
221.5
210.25
199
LUCKY-13's Photo LUCKY-13 Posts: 11,837
11/26/10 4:23 P

Send Private Message
Reply
This is a recommended diet from the Jackson/Siegelbaum GI Practice in PA. It's worth looking at to see if there's something that you might not have thought about trying. For others, it might be a good place to start. And, of course, avoid the foods that make you sick because you can't digest them.

www.gicare.com/diets/Gastroparesis.a
sp
x


Life's an adventure ... take it one step at a time and don't underestimate yourself! You're capable of more than you think you are! How do I know this? You're still here aren't you? That means you haven't given up!


 current weight: 208.0 
244
232.75
221.5
210.25
199
Page: 1 of (1)  

Report Innappropriate Post

Other Living with Gastroparesis The Library Posts

Topics:
Last Post:



Thread URL: https://www.sparkpeople.com/myspark/team_messageboard_thread.asp?board=17343x26236x38135910

Review our Community Guidelines