Food and recipes for gastritis and nervous ulcer Lebensmittel und Rezepte für Gastritis und Ulkus Geschwür Alimentos y recetas para Gastritis y Úlcera nerviosa

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Food and recipes for gastritis and nervous ulcer

Gastritis is a condition that occurs primarily from eating at irregular hours, excessive consumption by irritants such as tea, coffee or alcohol, as well as the excessive use of condiments and seasonings irritants. Also, the gastritis is caused by emotional states of anxiety, worry, stress, nervousness, or irritation or constant prolonged duration. When the gastritis is advanced can severely damage the stomach lining, leading to ulcers and severe stomach pains.

Having a stomach condition, diet is one of the key aspects to be taken into account. Here is a list of allowed foods in the diet of a person suffering from gastritis or ulcer nervosa:

Allowed Foods

  • Lean fish or grilled: skinless, butter or margarine and seasonings without using irritating (see detail in foods not recommended).
  • Fruits: the most recommended are the apple (excellent remedy for gastritis), pear, melon, banana, peach and fig. It is best to eat slowly licking it and trying not to combine with any other food, should be eaten alone on an empty stomach. The combination of fruit with other foods is generally very harmful, because the fruit sugar is fermented and creates alcohol, in this case being at all desirable. The prunes are excellent for the stomach.
  • Bakery: you have to choose bread, biscuits, flour, etc.. grain cereal, chewing very well.
  • Pancakes: avoid refined flour pancakes, but the corn or wheat flour are highly recommended.
  • Vegetables: you can eat them all, but try to eat them steamed, i.e. not too cooked but not too raw, with a little salt and extra virgin olive oil. For the tomatoes, attempt to remove the skin. The vegetables you should avoid are beans.
  • Milk: The vegetable milks contain many nutrients softer and easier to digest than cow's milk. For cheese, you should completely avoid the salty or too greasy, like Manchego, grill, etc. The cheeses allowed are the fresh, though it is certainly much more healthy and nutritious vegetable cheese (tofu). The yogurt should be preferably homemade, avoid bringing much industrial yoghurt additives that may be irritating to your stomach.
  • Sweeteners: honey bee or molasses, cereals are the alternative to substitute refined sugar (for details see foods to avoid).
  • Vegetable oils all cold-pressed: vegetable oils are allowed.
  • Pasta: noodles, annelloni, etc.. You can eat, but preferably you should look for the whole version and do not neglect the preparation of sauce, not containing irritating spices.
  • Condiments allowed: sea salt, herbs such as rosemary, parsley, basil, sage, sage, oregano, etc.
  • Grains: brown rice, oats, amaranth, polenta, wheat, barley.

Foods Not Allowed

  • Refined Sugars: it is very important to avoid any product with added refined sugar, as this is really harmful for the body, is extremely irritating and attacks organs and tissue wasting and weakness in the long run. Avoid sugary drinks such as juices, sodas, etc. And cakes, processed foods, junk food, ketchup sauce (no sugar is allowed, etc.).
  • Avoid irritants: such as alcoholic drinks, coffee and tea.
  • Sausages: those of animal origin such as ham, sausage, etc. contain too much bad fat, salt, dyes and additives that only irritate and weaken the stomach functions.
  • Junk food: Harms the whole body.
  • Dairy animal: the human body lacks an enzyme called lactase, which is essential for digesting animal milk. Because milk cannot be digested completely, it causes dense flakes in the stomach and intestines that will eventually create many ailments.
  • Avoid pepper, mayonnaise, fried foods, vinegar, peppers, margarine, butter, raw onion, chocolate, sauces or spicy or savory toppings.

Some suggestions of recipes for people with gastritis:

Potato and spinach soup


  • 1 bunch of spinach washed, sanitized and cut into pieces (350 g)
  • 1 liter of vegetable broth
  • 1 medium potato, sliced
  • 2 tablespoons of oil
  • 1 tomato, peeled
  • 1 piece of onion
  • Sea salt to taste


  1. Heat oil over low heat, sauté the potato slices, spinach, tomato and chopped onion with some salt until seasonings.
  2. Blend a little of the sauce with vegetable broth, then empty into a pot and add the sauce, let it boil. Eat when this is warm, avoid eating hot things.

Steamed rice with vegetables


  • 3 cups of rice washed and soaked a day before
  • 5 1 / 2 cups of water
  • 2 tbsp of oil
  • 1 tbsp of olive oil
  • 1 lemon
  • Cauliflower
  • Spinach
  • Broccoli
  • Carrot
  • Sea salt


  1. Boil water with oil and salt. When a boil, add rice.
  2. Put vegetables in the steamer and place it over the pot to get all the vapor rising from rice. Leave it to simmer 30 minutes.
  3. Remove the vegetables and add olive oil, lemon drops and sea salt. Serve with hot rice.

Oat Burgers


  • 1 cup of oats in grain
  • 1 cup of soy milk
  • 1 tbsp. of parsley
  • 1 tbsp. of tamari
  • 1 egg
  • Sea salt to taste
  • Half cup of whole wheat bread crumbs


  1. Soak oats in milk for ½ hour.
  2. Add the remaining ingredients and stir until a compact paste. If too dry, add a dash of soy milk, if too light, add more bread crumbs or oatmeal.
  3. Mix well, taste for seasoning and assemble the burgers.
  4. Put in the frying pan and sauté with a little oil.
  5. Serve with steamed vegetable salad. 

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19 Reviews about Food and recipes for gastritis and nervous ulcer
on 09/07/2018

After being diagnosed with gastritis, i started drinking bone broth.I used the chocolate kind in my coffee for a sure has helped..just my thoughts..

on 23/05/2018
Eat Apple in empty stomach to sooth gastritis - wow amazing. Absolute waste post.

Dont play with health. Please delete this post.

on 06/05/2018
I started to read this, and right away knew it would be a waste. Just scrolling down to the bottom i seen a couple more things. I have severe gastritis myself, been dealing with it for a few years. The LAST thing you wanna eat is something like an apple!!! Where the hell did you get this info from? Apples are acidic, and will hurt your stomach alot! Should never ever eat something that has tomatoes in it etc they are acidic!! Eggs cause your body to produce more acid later on!! Common sense....not a good idea!!!! Something like broccoli will produce gas in your stomach, making it become bloated...which will hurt aswell. Please stop putting out BS information like this site has!! Youre not helping you are wasting peoples time AND hurting them. STUPID.
on 20/05/2018
Please help me, i was just diagnosed with gastritis and a peptic ulcer. I am so confused on what i can and can not eat. I don't want to make myself worse by eating the wrong things. Can you please send me on the right path?

Thank You,

on 14/12/2017
Am just confused because some sites are saying you should not consume tomato, potato, onions, garlic etc. and other sites are saying you should eat them. What are the right facts, because for me I read those sites and I have learned a lot, very helpful, but a bit confusing.

on 30/11/2016
You have butter and margarine in both lists.. You are using an ingredient in all recipes that we are not allowed. It is frustrating to get contradictory information when so sick.. This post is just as frustrating as the others..
on 01/03/2017
Moderation in many of the items is what was inferred to me. While others (sausages, etc...) I take as expressly ill-advised :)
on 30/11/2016
You have butter and margarine in both lists.. All 3 of your recipes include unallowed food.. It is so frustrating to see contradictory information when you are sick..
on 10/11/2017
I agree 100% with you. I don't know how many sites I go to to check on ALLOWED and UNALLOWED FOODS and find the SAME THINGS like butter and margarine and BOTH LIST!!! And this one site has the same thing on both .I get it oh so well,THIS IS CRAP WHEN YOU ARE SICK AND WANT TO EAT THE RIGHT THINGS. i SAY GO TO A real medical site, and NOT TO FALL FOR EVERYONE ELSES OPINIONS and what they have created for a website. Different opinions are just simply that...different opinions. THEY WILL POSSIBLY ALL HAVE TRUE AND UNTRUE STUFF IN THEM ALL SOMEWHAT I THINK. eVERYONE THINKS THEY ARE DOING SOMEONE A GOOD SERVICE BY POSTING THESE,AND THEY WANT TO HELP YOU,ITS A SINCERE EFFORT ON THEYRE END...iTS JUST WE ALL DONT HAVE THE CORRECT ONES.
on 19/10/2016
The very first recipe had tomatoes, one of the most widely known forbidden foods of gastritis. Do your research.
on 20/12/2014
I think my mom might have this...when she was a kid they called it "anxious stomach", something to do with the doctors knowing that her nervous energy creating dysfunctions with her digestion, but they were never able to create a treatment regimen for her, and she still suffers from a finicky stomach today.
on 20/11/2014
Quite the best site I have come across . I am trying to return to a more solid diet after flare up of my gastritis. Just made the steamed rice recipe though at present could not include the veg but added an egg. I am now trying the ginger recipes as am great believer in the healing of ginger.
on 08/11/2014
This is the most helpful site I've found yet. Admittedly I do not eat as healthy as I should, but my ulcer fired up badly due to my regular medications with NSAID's in them, and huge increases of stress in my life over the past year.

I am using the article's suggestions to help get me back on track, because at this point the only thing I've been able to eat without bad consequence was an apple.

on 24/05/2014
Sarah, I find this article very helpful and in comparison to other articles I've read; they are all pretty much saying the same. Did you access this site for advice or to critique it"s content? The information is in plain English and proper grammar was used, perhaps you need a dictionary to understand certain words or medical terms. GET A LIFE!
on 27/02/2017
Sarah is correct. The grammar in this article is atrocious.
on 25/01/2014
I appreciate the article and the information was very good. However, I call B.S. on the whole avoiding caffeine suggestion. I was eating mostly a bland strict diet, basically no simple sugars, no caffeine. I cut out everything bad for you from my diet. I was diagnosed with gastritis long before I started drinking coffee.

Just recently I started drinking a cup of coffee a day and while I sometimes get slight heartburn. If I drink it too strong, I don't really see that a big of a difference than before I started drinking coffee. I was also diagnosed with h.pylori and was unsuccessfully treated for it. The antibiotics they gave me for that almost killed me (but that's another story). I nearly starved myself to death trying all of the diets and natural supplements to rid my body of it. Nothing worked and its still there. But I have almost no symptoms from it now.

My point is I was eating healthy for years and taking supplements and it did nothing for my condition. So I decided to start allowing myself to have some sugar and caffeine. While I believe in taking care of your health, I no longer believe in depriving myself completely of anything. I still do take some supplements but I don't eat as strict a diet as I used to.

Ironically, although I have gastritis and h. pylori, since changing my diet. I haven't really had any problems only if I eat real greasy foods sometimes I do get occasional heartburn. But I have not had to take my prescribed medication from the doctor. My doctor said even though the h.pylori is still there, everything looks normal. I feel fine. So my point is there is nothing wrong with eating anything in moderation. There is no need to deprive yourself. Life is too short and there are no guarantees so enjoy yourself. Be well

on 29/06/2013
This is a poorly edited article. Is it too much to hope that you edit for an english speaking audience? The complete lack of proper english calls all of your information into serious doubt.
on 08/02/2014
Sarah, English is my first language and I find this article fully comprehensible, clear and concise. It's recommendations are helpful to me, it's a useful guide.
on 06/05/2013
I suffer from gastritis from a while and well ?I was just avoiding spicy foods and irritants like coffee which has been a huge problem because I was such a coffee lover, but well maybe if try eating healthier foods my conditions improves and then maybe I could take a little cup of coffee in a while

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