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Diet Care for Heliobacter pylori

H. pylori (Heliobacter pylori, pronounced Hel-ee-koh-BAK-ter Pie-LORE-ee) is a type of bacteria that infects your stomach. It can damage the tissue in your stomach and the first part of your small intestine (the duodenum). This can cause redness and soreness (inflammation). In some cases it can also cause painful sores called peptic ulcers in your upper digestive tract. Any food items which further damage the GI tract is going to be terrible for your healing process. A soft, low-fiber diet is suitable for all gastrointestinal problems. Patients feel more comfortable with less spicy and bland foods because they are easily digestible and help to improve bowel function.

Vegetables
To Avoid To Consume
Capsicum Asparagus
Taro root and Roasted potatoes Green beans
Frozen vegetables and raw onion and salad Cauliflower
- Pumpkin
- Carrots
- Bottle gourd
- Ridge gourd
- Round gourd
- Ash gourd
Cereals
Whole wheat flour White refined flour and its products
Whole grains cereals -
Porridge -
Brown rice -
Oats -
Fruits
All citrus fruits Banana
- Papaya
- Pears
- Apple
Dairy Products
Whole milk and cream Low-fat yogurt
Full-fat yogurt Curd
cheese -
Condensed milk -
Cottage cheese -
Buttermilk -
Spices
Red chili Cumin
Green chili Coriander
- Fennel
- Mint
- Fenugreek
- Carmon,Black pepper
Drinks
Lemon water Coconut water
Tea Sugarcane juice
Coffee Green tea
Buttermilk Herbal tea
Whole milk drinks Bitter gourd juice
Alcohol Gooseberry juice
Non-Veg
Egg yolk Egg white part only
Raw -
Uncooked and Processed meat -
Shark -
Pork -
Organ meat -
Red meat -
Lean beef -
Lamb -
Ham -
Mutton -
Salami -
Dry Fruits
Raisins Almond - 5 to 8 pieces
Peanuts -
Cashew nuts -
Pistachio -
Oils & Fats
Unsaturated fats Cow ghee
Cream Olive oil
Palm oil Mustard oil
Coconut oil -
Butter -

Diet Schedule For Helicobacter Pylori

Early Morning

Amla juice/ Herbal tea / Green tea

Breakfast

Veg Dalia / veg upma/ Veg Vermicelli / Veg poha / Veg Idli / Stuffed Chapatti/ Chapatti with veg or dal / Semolina pancake / 1- Egg white part only

Mid-Morning

Fruit / Coconut water/ Herbal tea / Green tea

Lunch

Plain chapatti/ Boiled rice / Veg pulao / Veg with Dal and Curd

Evening

Home-made Soup / Herbal tea / Green tea / Rice flakes snacks

Dinner

Plain chapatti / Boiled Rice / Veg khichri / Veg Dalia / Vegetable with Dal

Things To Remember

  • Skipping meals should be avoided, especially the breakfast.
  • Walk for at least 30 min is recommended
  • Whole fruits should be preferred to fruit juices
  • Seasonal fruits and vegetables should be consumed.
  • Herbal Tea- Boil ½ tsp each of fennel, coriander, cumin in 3 cups of water till it’s reduced to 1 cups.