What is Bed- Wetting/ Enuresis?
Does a diet actually have any relation with Bed Wetting? There are many myths associated with bed wetting. The fact is that bed wetting issues can be easily resolved by making certain dietary changes.
BED- WETTING DIET RECOMMENDATIONS
DIET FOR BED- WETTING
Bed wetting leads to a feeling of embarrassment & inferiority in kids especially the older ones. Bed wetting not only affects at a physical level, but it also mars the confidence & psychology of the child. Thus it is important to make sure that dietary changes don’t come across as a punishment to the child. As everyone is different, you & your child should figure out any food triggers that seem to exacerbate your child’s bed wetting concern.
We are providing the necessary food recommendations for Bed- Wetting.
- Cooked organic vegetables, whole grains, fresh fruits (such as apples, peach, pears, pomegranate), cow’s milk, and unprocessed/unrefined food.
- Nuts such as almonds, walnuts, pumpkin seeds, sunflower seeds are very beneficial.
Foods for Moderate Consumption:
Gluten grains such as oats, rye and barley, Soy, Corn, Eggs, Chocolate, peanuts & cane Sugar
Foods to Avoid:
Avoid wheat-based food such as bread, burgers and pizzas, these may cause bladder inflammation. Watermelon, cantaloupe, strawberries, grapes, celery, artichokes, citrus foods and similar substances that may increase urine output should be avoided.