Vegetables are Not Recommended for Certain Conditions

You should get vitamin that the body needs by eating vegetables every day. But apparently there are some conditions that require you to limit consumption of certain vegetables.

Several types of certain vegetables may provide a less favorable effect even harmful if consumed by people suffering from disease or are on certain conditions.

Here are 10 conditions that need your attention before you eat vegetables, as reported from everydayhealth, Monday (6/18/2012), as follows:

1. Athletic runner

When you exercise, more blood will flow to working muscles and blood in the stomach that helps digest food is not sufficient. So if you have just eaten and perform physical exercise before the food is actually digested it can cause abdominal discomfort and diarrhea.

A runner must avoid high-fiber foods like broccoli just before exercise. Nutrition experts recommend athletes to eat foods that are easy to digest, such as bread with peanut butter, banana, or cereal with milk before starting the exercise.

2. Patients with hypertension

People who restrict sodium intake due to hypertension or heart disease should be wary of canned vegetables. Sometimes canned vegetables contain half the daily amount of sodium that the body needs; that is between 1,500 and 2,300 milligrams per day.

3. Patients with inflammatory bowel

Patients with inflammatory bowel disease should eat soft foods to help heal the digestive tract.  Patients with inflammatory bowel disease should limit fruits, vegetables, and grain for some time to improve digestion.

4. Flatulence

Nut has tremendous benefits for the body, but can result in abdominal bloating due to excessive gas. Vegetables such as broccoli, cabbage, cauliflower, and asparagus also cause gas and bloating because of their fiber.

5. before and after gastrointestinal surgery

After gastrointestinal surgery, such as bowel resection, most patients should abstain from vegetables for 2 to 6 weeks to allow time to heal the gut. Doctors usually recommend low-fiber foods in order to reduce the fiber that passes through the intestines.

6. Patients with Irritable Bowel Syndrome

Similar to intestinal inflammation, people with Irritable Bowel Syndrome or IBS can benefit from low-fiber diet to help avoid bloating, abdominal pain, cramping, and diarrhea. It’s important to avoid foods high in fiber for IBS sufferers to alleviate symptoms.

7. Patients with kidney failure

People with chronic kidney disease or kidney failure should avoid vegetables that are high in potassium and phosphorus because the kidneys are unable to clear the elements of the blood flow. Foods to be avoided by kidney patients are sweet potatoes, potatoes, asparagus, mushrooms, and cabbage.

8. Ulcer patients

If you suffer from heartburn you may need to avoid acidic tomatoes and other tomato products. When stomach acid in the stomach blends with food with acid pH, the symptoms of heartburn will increasingly be uncomfortable and worse.

9. Conditions of hypercarotenemia

According to a study published in the International Journal of Food Sciences and Nutrition, hypercarotenemia conditions, or yellowish skin due to too much beta-carotene is completely harmless. However, if you are experiencing this condition, you should reduce the consumption of carrots.

Scientists at Ohio State University found that certain molecules of beta-carotene block the absorption of vitamin A, which is important for the eyes, bones, and skin health, as well as normal metabolism and immune function. Further research is needed to identify it.

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