Diarrhea is one of the most common illnesses caused by seasonal transitions, improper food consumption, microorganisms, side effects of medication, drinking or using contaminated water. If the illness lasts more than 3 days and is accompanied by fever, vomiting, abdominal or rectal pain and weakness, you should consult your physician. Individuals with diarrhea should consume pulp-free and fat-free foods.
-It is essential to drink plenty of fluids to replace the water and electrolytes lost due to diarrhea.
-Sugary and fatty foods affect diarrhea negatively and should therefore be avoided.
White meat, low-fat cheese, lean porridge rice, buttermilk, yogurt, white bread, apples, peaches, quince, potatoes can be used to treat diarrhea.
-Foods such as apricots, figs, oranges, bulgur, wholemeal bread, which increase bowel movement, should be consumed less as they may increase diarrhea.
-Salted buttermilk, freshly squeezed fruit juices and water consumption are important for replacing the lost fluid requirement.
-Open tea with lemon
-Low-fat feta cheese
-Low-fat probiotic yogurt
-Unpeeled apples, peaches
-Low-fat highland soup
-Boiled or baked meat
-Rice pilaf with lean porridge
Low-fat probiotic yogurt
-Low-fat potato dish
Fat-free probiotic yogurt