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Diets for Upper GI Problems Mechanical Soft – for chewing and swallowing problems; also used after gastric partitioning (divide into small frequent meals); includes anything that can be safely ingested. Reflux Esophagitis – avoid excessive fat, alcohol and caffeine, and foods that relax the cardiac sphincter; avoid lying down after eating. Individualized Diet (formerly Liberal Bland) – used for gastritis and peptic
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Unformatted text preview: ulcers; avoids foods that irritate the stomach or increase gastric acid- alcohol, caffeine, spicy foods, coffee and tea. Avoid large meals. Postgastrectomy Diet used after gastric resection; limits total carbohydrate and simple sugars; includes fiber; frequent small (1 cup) meals; liquids in small amounts before or after meals; avoid milk products and irritating foods; lie down after eating....
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