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Eat This Fruit If You Suffer From Gastritis or Stomach Ulcers
Have you ever had that burning sensation in your stomach or a bothersome pain in your upper abdomen?
These are signs of gastritis, which also has symptoms like nausea that may or may not be accompanied by vomiting.
Gastritis, the inflammation of the stomach mucosa, affects many people. It requires a few food restrictions, such as avoiding fatty and acid foods, like citrus fruits (orange, pineapple, tangerine, etc.), vinegar, coffee, and fried foods.
However, amid all these dietary restrictions, there is a fruit that can help a lot with gastritis.
In an Indian study, participants with a history of stomach pain took banana flour capsules (equivalent to a banana a day) for 8 weeks. The results showed that 50% of participants had a total improvement.
Also, a study done in Sweden and published in the Scandinavian Journal of Gastroenterology, green bananas help protect the gastric mucosa.
Besides protecting the stomach mucosa, banana biomass keeps the gut flora healthy and prevents other gastric issues.
Now that we know that bananas aren't bad for gastritis, try adding them to your diet and get all the benefits of this fruit for your pain.
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