Diet for Gonorrhea
The most effective diet plan for Gonorrhea patients is eliminating spices & eating bland meals as fried foodstuffs and spicy meals tend to aggravate the condition. Also, one must include foods that are high in water content as they help in preventing irritation & inflammation in people suffering from Gonorrhea.
GONORRHEA DIET RECOMMENDATIONS
Dietary Recommendations for Gonorrhea
A plain and bland diet is helpful in resolving gonorrhea. Eliminating spicy foods help in the prevention of irritation and inflammation. Another natural way to deal with gonorrhea is to reduce the amount of saturated fat in one’s diet as much as possible. Avoid deep-fried foods, baked foods, and dairy products with higher fat, fatty meat sources, or any additional saturated fat such as butter or cheese.
Another natural remedy or cure for gonorrhea that is nutritious and beneficial is having starchy fluids – the water that is left over after cooking rice.
Another tip to help resolve gonorrhea using diet is to include plenty of low-fat grain products and nutritious foods in the diet that contain higher quantities of water. Examples of such nutritious foods include barley, oats, apples, berries, watermelon, and grapes. Each of these will help boost the fluid level in the body and manage symptoms of gonorrhea.
Vegetables are nutritious and contain plenty of water as well, so they are something else that will aid in the treatment of gonorrhea.
Foods to Include:
- Take more sugarcane juice, milk, raisins, water melon, musk melon, blueberries, cranberries, pineapple, Cucumber, pumpkin, barley and rice.
- Follow an alkaline diet
- Increase your intake of garlic and onions
- Include more probiotics in your daily regimen; yogurt is one of the best probiotics.
- Vitamin C: It has good antioxidant properties that help inhibit viral invasion. Among the main foods rich in this vitamin are strawberries, peas, endives, radishes, papayas, melons, eggplants, barley, lettuce, celery, fig tree, pumpkin, mango, beans, peaches, potatoes, soybean, carrots, cherimoyas, plums, apples, maize, etc.
- Vitamin A rich foods especially spinach, carrot, basil, pumpkin, coriander, asparagus, dandelion, papayas, endives,barley, pumpkins, chicory, lettuces, celery, cauliflowers, apples, oats, cashews, avocados, avocados, peaches, peas, soybean, olives, bananas, cucumbers, strawberries, garlic, pineapple, dates, pears, pistachios, lentils, cashews, beans, etc.
- Zinc-rich foods are: celery, asparagus, borage, figs, potatoes, peanuts, eggplants, cashews, sunflower, onions, kidney beans, potatoes, lentils, peaches, almonds, radishes, pears, sweet potatoes, papayas, cereals, etc.
Foods for Moderate Consumption:
- Limit the use of lean meat, poultry, fish, eggs, millet, nuts and seeds, lentils, beans and fermented soy.
- Avoid or limit food that contains gluten.
- Limit the use of fruit juices such as lemons, oranges, grapefruits, and tomatoes.
Foods to Avoid:
Foods Best Avoided are:
- Alcohol, tobacco, tea, coffee or beverages with caffeine as these are known to irritate the bladder and worsen inflammation and pain the bladder.
- Spices, chilies, hot pepper and hot food.
- Foods and beverages containing artificial sweeteners
- Artificial sweeteners
- Seafood- fish, herring, fish floe, lobster, crab, prawns, shrimps, sardines etc, because their high protein content increases the load on the kidneys
Linseed seeds are valuable in gonorrhea, genito-urinary infection and cystitis. One teaspoon full powdered linseed seeds in 300ml (one and half glass) water should be taken and boiled to half and consumed with honey/sugar.