My Good Foods

There are foods that make me feel good and foods that make me feel bad. The bad ones can cause instant pain or create longer term symptoms. It’s taken me a long time to learn these and look into the science behind it and I’d like to share this in case it can help you, or someone that you know.

These are the foods that don’t cause me any upset. When I eat these alongside maintaining my lifestyle tips, I am well. These foods are high in vitamins, minerals and proteins that are needed for a healthy diet and specifically for those with UC, who are likely to have deficiencies in some areas. I try not to eat foods outside of this list:

Agave syrup (amazing sugar substitute)
Almonds
Apple
Apple cider vinegar
Avocado
Almond milk
Asparagus
Apricots
Aloe Vera
Broccoli
Beetroot
Barley
Basil
Blueberries
Butter beans
Bone broth
Buckwheat
Carrots
Cantaloupe
Coconut products
Cauliflour
Cashew nuts
Chia seeds
Coconut oil
Courgette
Cucumber
Chicken
Cabbage
Edamame
Eggs
Flax seeds
Garlic
Ginger
Green beans
Goji berries
Hemp seeds
Herbs
Kelp
Kiwi
Kale
Leeks
Lemon
Lettuce
Mango
Mackerel
Olive oil
Onion
Orange
Olives
Pak choi
Passionfruit
Peas
Pomegranate
Pumpkin
Peppers
Peppermint
Probiotics (yakult)
Pumpkin seeds
Red onions
Raspberries
Rocket
Spinach
Spring greens
Spring onion
Squash
Sweet potato
Strawberry
Salmon
Shellfish
Tomato
Turnips
Turkey
Wheatgrass
Watercress
Watermelon

I would definitely eat banana as part of my diet, but I’m allergic!

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