Dyskinesia is a combination of intestinal disorders that occur due to a disorder of the intestinal motor function, provided that there are no organic lesions.
Diet for dyskinesia is extremely important, since it is proper nutrition that allows the intestines to function properly. People suffering from intestinal dyskinesia need to eat foods boiled or cooked in a double boiler. To stimulate the motor function of the intestines, it is necessary to eat plant foods that stimulate the excretory intestinal function. However, even plant products should not cause fermentation in the intestines and irritate the sensitive mucous membrane.
The diet for dyskinesia should be based on the specifics of the intestinal motor function disorder. With the development of dyskinesia due to lack of intestinal motility, the main principle of the diet for dyskinesia is the inclusion in the diet of such foods – beets and carrots, cauliflower and tomatoes, pumpkin and leafy green salad. All of them can be eaten both raw and cooked. With this type of dyskinesia, the diet excludes the use of turnips and radishes, garlic and onions, mushrooms and radishes – all these vegetables contain essential oils. It is better to prefer bread rye and wheat, but the flour should be coarse. It is advisable to eat bran bread. From cereals, the diet allows buckwheat and pearl barley, oatmeal. Porridge on a dyskinesia diet is prepared in water.
Dietary soups should be prepared on lean meat or fish broth. It is recommended to drink a vegetable broth. Fish and meat should be selected only low-fat. Cooking method – boiling and steaming, baking and stewing. If the patient tolerates proteins in the diet well, two soft-boiled eggs can be eaten a day.
On a diet with dyskinesia, it is useful to drink freshly squeezed juices from vegetables and fruits. To improve intestinal motility, it is useful to eat – bananas and dates, dried apricots and prunes, apples and figs. In addition, the correction of the state of dairy and fermented milk products – kefir and yogurt, yogurt and fermented baked milk, as well as dairy products with “live” bacteria will help.
Cold food helps to improve the process of bowel movement. In addition, to normalize emptying, it is useful to eat natural bran, previously scalded with boiling water. Bran can be added to soups. At the same time, the number of bran added to food should increase every day. The bran should be consumed for at least one and a half months.
Vegetable and animal oils help restore intestinal motility in case of hypomotor dyskinesia. These oils include – butter and vegetable oil.
The diet for dyskinesia prohibits the use of bakery products of first grade flour, pastries and sweets, fatty meat, poultry and fish, smoked and canned foods, strong coffee and tea, as well as spicy foods. It is worth limiting the use of porridge made from semolina and rice, pasta and potatoes, as well as foods that provoke the formation of gas in the intestines – beans and cabbage, grape and apple juice.
A distinctive feature of the diet for intestinal dyskinesia is the absence of toxins in the allowed foods. In addition, all food should be rich in vegetable fats and fiber.
In the course of normalization of intestinal motility, vegetables that were previously prohibited should be gradually added to the diet. First, the vegetables should be boiled, then you can eat them raw.