Non recommended food for pancreatitis
FOOD TO AVOID IN PANCREATITIS
NOT RECOMMENDED FOOD FOR PANCREATITIS
- Fatty foods: ALL fatty foods are not recommended because they stimulate the pancreas and cause pancreatitis attacks or diarrhea, with consequent malabsorption.
- Avocado: Although it contains good fats, you can NOT it this fruit because it stimulates the pancreas.
- Nuts: almonds, hazelnuts, walnuts, etc.
- Foods rich in Omega 3: Although omega 3 foods are very beneficial to health, long-chain fatty acids such as Omega 3 stimulate the pancreas.
If foods having these type of fats are eaten, like nuts (walnuts, hazelnuts, almonds, etc.). a lot of oil or supplements, diarrhea and malabsorption can occur. . For this reason you can not take these foods.
- Coconut: Coconut and its derivatives such as coconut milk are rich in fats
- Olives: They also contain fat and should not be taken.
- Alcohol in all forms: beer, spirits, rum, etc..
- Egg yolk
- Rich fat desserts: chocolate, custard, puddings, mousses, are very high in fat.
- Butter or margarine
- Whole dairy products: Cream, cream cheese, mozzarella, fatty cheeses, cured or semi-cured cheese, Manchego cheese, Greek Emmental type cheese, cottage cheese, soft cheese, whole milk, whole yogurt, etc..
Foods in carnivorous diets not recommended for pancreatitis
- Oily fish and seafood
- Sausages: spicy sausage, bologna, sausages, bacon, etc.
- Fatty meats, burgers, sausages, ham
- Snacks and fried food (high in fat)
- Sauces: Mayonnaise, Ketchup, Aioli
- Culinary spices: we avoid spicy foods, kitchen herbs and digestive plants because they stimulate the digestive organs.
- Foods high in fat: Acute pancreatitis specially occurs after abundant and especially high-fat meals. For example, in developed countries, the disease may occur during the holiday season after the excesses of eating or drinking.
* More information: Sample menu for pancreatitis
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This material is for informational purposes only. In case of doubt, consult the doctor.