10452Re: [GIWorld-Hepatitis] Another question/Nutrition
- Jun 6, 2002Ask a 100 people about the 'right' diet and you will get a 100
different answers. So - here's mine!
I don't think there is any 'magic' diet, or one that is the 'right'
one for everyone. Everybody is different. I think the most important
thing is to eat a low fat, well balanced diet, and don't eat any
iron-fortified foods. (That is mostly processed breakfast cereals).
Try to eat a variety of foods. Remember those 'food groups' you
learned about in school? I think that is still the most important
guide line. Lean meats, chicken, eggs, or other protein sources;
whole grain breads and cereals, vegetables, low-fat or skim milk,
cheese, yogurt, lots of veggies and fruits - the fresher the better.
And start with what you like! If you try to make a bunch of drastic
changes you probably won't stick with it. Those nutritional
supplement drinks are ok, just read the labels before buying. Some
have a higher iron count than others, and go with low-fat. Also,
drink lots of water.
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