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Gas & flatulence prevention diet –

Postby finalfrontier » 12 Oct 06, 9:11 pm

I wanted to post this here as like me many other people suffers from this problem and they don't know what to do..

Foods That Contribute to Gas Production:

Legumes
Most beans, especially dried beans and peas, baked beans, soy beans, lima beans

Milk & milk products
Milk; ice cream; and cheese

Vegetables
Cabbage; radishes; onions; broccoli; Brussels sprouts; cauliflower; cucumbers; sauerkraut; kohlrabi; asparagus

Root vegetables
Potatoes; rutabaga; turnips

Fruits
Prunes; apricots; apples; raisins; bananas

Cereals, breads
All foods thst contain wheat and wheat products including cereals, breads, and pastries. Check labels.

Fatty foods
Pan-fried or deep-fried foods; fatty meats; rich cream sauces and gravies; pastries. (While fatty foods are not carbohydrates, they too can contribute to intestinal gas.)

Liquids
Carbonated beverages, medications, or powders


Sample Menu for Low Intestinal Gas Production

Breakfast
* orange juice 4 oz
* puffed rice 1 cup
* rice cakes 2
* jelly 2 tsp
* skim milk 8 oz
* coffee 1 cup
* sugar 2 tsp

Lunch
* cranberry juice
1/2 cup
* chicken breast 3 oz
* steamed rice 1/2 cup
* cooked Harvard beets 1/2 cup
* steamed spinach 1/2
* margarine 2 tsp
* coffee 1 cup
* sugar 1 tsp
* salt 1 tsp
* pepper 1 tsp



Dinner
# lean roast beef 2 ozx
# cooked carrots 1/2 cup
# rice noodles 1/2 cup
# lettuce/tomato salad
# oil/vinegar 1 Tbsp
# canned peaches 1/2 cup
# lime sherbet 1/2 cup
# margarine 2 tsp
# skim milk 8 oz
# salt 1 tsp
# pepper 1 tsp
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Re: Gas & flatulence prevention diet –

Postby Flight From Ashiya » 13 Oct 06, 7:21 am

finalfrontier wrote:I wanted to post this here as like me many other people suffers from this problem and they don't know what to do..

Foods That Contribute to Gas Production:

Legumes
Most beans, especially dried beans and peas, baked beans, soy beans, lima beans

Milk & milk products
Milk; ice cream; and cheese

Vegetables
Cabbage; radishes; onions; broccoli; Brussels sprouts; cauliflower; cucumbers; sauerkraut; kohlrabi; asparagus

Root vegetables
Potatoes; rutabaga; turnips

Fruits
Prunes; apricots; apples; raisins; bananas

Cereals, breads
All foods thst contain wheat and wheat products including cereals, breads, and pastries. Check labels.

Fatty foods
Pan-fried or deep-fried foods; fatty meats; rich cream sauces and gravies; pastries. (While fatty foods are not carbohydrates, they too can contribute to intestinal gas.)

Liquids
Carbonated beverages, medications, or powders


Sample Menu for Low Intestinal Gas Production

Breakfast
* orange juice 4 oz
* puffed rice 1 cup
* rice cakes 2
* jelly 2 tsp
* skim milk 8 oz
* coffee 1 cup
* sugar 2 tsp

Lunch
* cranberry juice
1/2 cup
* chicken breast 3 oz
* steamed rice 1/2 cup
* cooked Harvard beets 1/2 cup
* steamed spinach 1/2
* margarine 2 tsp
* coffee 1 cup
* sugar 1 tsp
* salt 1 tsp
* pepper 1 tsp



Dinner
# lean roast beef 2 ozx
# cooked carrots 1/2 cup
# rice noodles 1/2 cup
# lettuce/tomato salad
# oil/vinegar 1 Tbsp
# canned peaches 1/2 cup
# lime sherbet 1/2 cup
# margarine 2 tsp
# skim milk 8 oz
# salt 1 tsp
# pepper 1 tsp





Thanks.If this doesn't help with my farting problem;nothing will!.
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Postby Lynniescot » 13 Oct 06, 11:53 am

I enjoy farting.
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Postby tiger~lilly » 13 Oct 06, 12:12 pm

Lynniescot wrote:I enjoy farting.


And it's good for you health! :D
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Postby Lynniescot » 13 Oct 06, 12:23 pm

Yip. Otherwise I would explode. hahaha
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